Friday May 29, 2020

Magnet puts security on the agenda

3rd July, 2016
Pat Moran, head of cybercrime and IT forensics at PwC; Stuart Borgman, director of cyber security engineering at Palo Alto Networks and Mark Kellett, chief executive of Magnet

The challenges presented by reliance on legacy technologies and other cyber security issues were discussed at a briefing held by Magnet last month.

The event, at Aviva Stadium, was held as part of the launch of the telco’s new Magnet Protect service.

“A lot of existing safeguards are no longer adequate, and our new ways of working pose a threat too. Staff having access to multiple devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones etc) and using...

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