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    1. Digital transformation not a finite process, says Martin Kuppinger

      Digital transformation is not a process that will see the world move from one state to another and then be over with, according to Martin Kuppinger, principal analyst at KuppingerCole. “Every industry is likely to undergo digital transformation, but it is a continuous process of evolution to doing things differently in a digital era,” he told the Eema ISSE 2016 security conference in Paris. Security, privacy and identity are key to digital transformation, which is an evolutionary process, according to Martin Kuppinger

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    2. Exploding IoT attack surface not an immediate threat to business

      Although the cyber attack surface is exploding with the adoption of internet of things (IoT) devices and services, this is not yet an immediate threat to most businesses but it will be a threat in around five years' time. In preparation for IoT, companies should ensure they are patching their basic infrastructure, monitoring cloud applications and user bases, and developing secure mobile applications. 

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    3. UK CIOs over-confident about cyber security, study shows

      UK firms are operating from a reactive security posture and tending to symptoms, rather than causes, and yet still believe they can detect threats faster than the industry average. More than a quarter of UK CIOs say they are not concerned about security breaches or the time needed to discover them, according to research. But 85% admit they are not proactively hunting for threats, and are dealing with them only when breaches are discovered.

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    4. DDoS is most common cyber attack on financial institutions

      A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on HSBC’s online banking services is not unusual or surprising, according to information security experts. With financial institutions underpinning whole economies, they are a choice vertical target for an impactful DDoS attack, said Richard Brown, European director for channels and alliances at Arbor Networks. The 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) shows that DDoS attacks are the most common form of attack against financial services businesses, accounting for 32% of all attacks analysed in the report. And Arbor Networks’ recent Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report found that 57% of financial institutions have ...

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