Training, or better cyber training, of people in the organisations is a soft mitigation countermeasure useful to reduce the cyber risk. Cyber training has some unique characteristics versus training that need […]
Today, information exchange is a core activity of worldwide companies, and intangible assets like information are at risk of cyberattacks. Intellectual Property Intensive industries must be prepared to protect them against cybercrime.
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Today, the elusiveness of targeted attacks (TAs) and the number of evasion tactics exploited by the ongoing cyberattacks are so significant that monolithic defence strategies are not efficient anymore. Successful […]
Cybercrime’s strategies are rapidly changing: cybercriminals are becoming more and more dynamic and well organised, with new business logics behind their attacks. To tackle this change cybersecurity professionals need new skills. In this […]
Economic assessment of intangible assets is a topic still open to investigation for the research community. And a relevant one, considering that cyberattacks are targeting more and more a company’s intangible assets (i.e. […]
EU policy initiatives in the field of cybersecurity, but also in the broader context of a secure interconnected digital world, have grown exponentially over the past few years. Taking into account the rapid […]
Today, a huge amount of our daily activities is supported by information exchange. Unfortunately, this information represents a top income to cyber-criminals. Cyber threats are increasing, especially among Intellectual Property intensive industries, putting […]