How Nettitude's security operations centre can predict cyberattacks

How Nettitude's security operations centre can predict cyberattacks
By Guest | 27 November 2017

Security operations centres (SOCs) can be divided into two categories of operation. Reactive capability, where the SOC purely reacts, and proactive capability, where the SOC has a proactive approach to identifying threats. Nettitude’s SOC harnesses both reactive and proactive approaches, and also benefits from additional insight through machine learning. Rowland Johnson explains

Rowland Johnson explains the benefits of a reactive and proactive approach 

Five reasons why organisations don’t detect a cyber breach

Five reasons why organisations don’t detect a cyber breach
By Guest | 16 November 2017

Rowland Johnson from Nettitude explains why cyberattacks often come as a shock

Microsoft’s Brad Smith calls for new ‘Digital Geneva Convention’

Microsoft’s Brad Smith calls for new ‘Digital Geneva Convention’
By Elizabeth Robinson | 14 November 2017

President and chief legal officer discusses cybersecurity and the WannaCry attack

National Audit Office says NHS could have prevented WannaCry cyberattack

National Audit Office says NHS could have prevented WannaCry cyberattack
By Lindsay James | 27 October 2017

NHS trusts failed to implement Microsoft software updates, despite warnings