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Over the course of the year, the New Statesman's award-winning supplement asked leading figures about key policy issues, from Covid-19 to the climate crisis.
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Humans are still the biggest risk in the digital world.
The UK is expected to decide whether or not to allow the Chinese firm to participate in the rollout of new, ultra-fast internet services by the end of this month.
According to its own data, since 2016, the National Cyber Security Centre has dealt with over 2,000 major cyber security incidents.
According to a New York Times investigation ToTok has spied on users, farming their contacts and other personal information on behalf of the Emirati government.
New research shared with the New Statesman reveals how hackers launched nearly 1,600 fake WiFi networks in central London to spy on the public.
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Allowing employees to use their own devices in the workplace can introduce new security risks.
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People, processes and technology are key to designing an organisation’s digital defences.
Dr Jessica Barker, co-founder of Cygenta and chair of ClubCISO, says technology is only as effective as people are trained to use it.
Despite the rhetoric, the anti-China ban has more to do with economic concerns than fears of espionage.
True cyber resilience requires a coordinated response from the public and private sector, writes the Minister of State for Security