Large companies have learned to co-exist with security warnings, attacks and demanding regulations.
Cyberattacks are the order of the day, each time attracting more headlines and generating a real impact on the economy and our lives.
Spain has great opportunities in Latin America in terms of cybersecurity and there are lines of business of Spanish companies already established.
Latin America is the fourth-largest mobile phone market, and half of its population use the Internet.
Experts believe that organisations should learn to live with acceptable levels of digital risk.
After the American storm of digital attacks, little wonder that business related to cybersecurity have sprung up like mushrooms.
May 12th, 2017 marks a milestone in the history of the Internet: the WannaCry cyberattack reaches more than 200,000 targets in more than 150 countries.
For the Cybersecurity Institute, it is important to find out what is happening, as well as analyze it and inform the general public and companies affected.
Interview with Luís Jiménez. Deputy Director General of the Spanish National Cryptological Centre CCN.
Cybercriminals know that SMEs are easy prey because they do not have adequate security.
One of the next steps of the Spanish Government after activating Article 155 may be to take control of the CTTI and the Cesicat. They are the digital brain of the UDI.
The ease with which personal data circulates through the network poses challenges that neither legislation nor the information society have been able to counteract.
The European Cybersecurity Agency was born with the aim of maintaining security in networks and increasing the confidence of Europeans in digital technologies.
Interview wtth María Victoria Vega. Lawyer.
Whether originating from state or non-state groups, cyberattacks take place at borders and at a distance, making it difficult to attribute them.
For most governments, trust in the digital domain is among the priorities on their political agenda.
Interview with Prosecutor Elvira Tejada.
The digital revolution has driven business revolution and business innovation, as well as economic and commercial growth in Europe.
The Internet of Things is the interconnection of physical devices that use sensors, which allows these objects to connect and exchange data.
Information processing consists of receiving it, processing it and acting in accordance with it. Currently, IT is involved in this function.