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Articles by Bryan Lillie

What businesses can learn from the Holborn outage

The Next-Generation Cyber Technologies Being Used To Defend Businesses

Last year, the UK Government urged businesses to better protect themselves after it revealed that at least two thirds of large organisations in the country had suffered a cyber breach or cyber attack in the past year. According to the 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey produced by the Department for Business Innovation & Skills, the average cost of these …

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The New Cyber Security Ecosystem

When one compares cyber security today to what it was ten years ago, the two are almost unidentifiable as the same industry. The iPhone had only just launched; Facebook was still in it’s infancy; the Internet of Things (IoT) was still a dream. The routes a hacker could use to access a system were limited, …

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IoT-Based Cyberattacks: How AI Can Defend Against The Growing Threat

Bryan Lillie, Chief Technology Officer at QinetiQ explores the current threat of IoT-based cyber-attacks and suggests a novel method that could defend against them By 2020 it is estimated that the global internet of things (IoT) market will have grown to more than $1.7 trillion. According to a study by Gartner, by the end of this year alone the number …

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TalkTalk Falls Victim to Cyber Attack

TalkTalk Falls Victim to Cyber Attack

TalkTalk has confirmed that it has suffered a “significant and sustained cyber-attack.” TalkTalk has which has over 4 million customers in the UK. While details are limited, TalkTalk has said that the hackers may have accessed its customer database – including names, addresses, date of birth, email address, telephone numbers, TalkTalk account information, credit card …

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Hackers Watch Child over Camera Monitor

Hackers Watch Child over Camera Monitor

Bryan Lillie, Chief Technical Officer, Cyber Security, QinetiQ commented on the Baby monitor hack.

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Team Sky Computer hacking

Comment on Team Sky Computer Hacking

Bryan Lillie, head of Cyber Security at QinetiQ commented on the sports hacking. Bryan Lillie, Head of Cyber Security at QinetiQ : “Anyone can be hacked, it’s not just banks and governments and we all need to treat security seriously. IoT, which includes including many devices which monitor and collect personal information, creates huge amounts …

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