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Digital Vision for Cyber Security

Understanding the new cyber security paradigm

A more automated cyber security approach is essential to address the sheer scale, complexity and volatility of risks in the digital age.

As Robert S. Mueller, ex-Director of the FBI once said, we cannot undo the impact of technology – nor would we want to. We must use our connectivity to stop those who seek to do us harm. At Atos, we believe that data, combined with human intelligence and insight, is key to fighting today’s threats. We harness automation and machine learning to understand – and predict – the threat landscape. We’re also getting ready for the next digital shockwaves – not least the arrival of quantum computing. Yet with the attack surface expanding, cyber security is no longer just for the IT department. It’s an executive leadership issue involving every individual in an organisation.

Pierre Barnabé, Executive Vice-President, General Manager Global Division Big Data & Security, Atos

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Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2

Setting the new agenda

As adversaries become smarter, so too must the response by organisations. This paper discusses advances in cyber security and some fundamentals for protecting people and businesses.

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Eight lessons from three attacks

 

The CloudHopper, WannaCry and NotPetya cyber attacks had important lessons for businesses.

The Cyber Security Challenge

With large-scale cyber attacks now a distinct possibility, the lines of defence have moved into every part of our public and private infrastructures. In all sectors, ongoing digital transformation must have cyber security in-built. Experience tells us that with the right tools, skills and cyber awareness in place, we can respond – and stop – attacks extremely quickly. Our Digital Vision for Cyber Security examines the fast-evolving threat landscape and what steps businesses must take to ensure they’re protected.

Gavin Thomson, Senior Vice President, Big Data & Security UK&I, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, Atos

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Digital Vision for Cyber Security

Understanding the new cyber security paradigm

What every business should know about cyber security, why a concerted response is essential, and how to protect data, systems and services from any attack.

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Key topics – Digital Vision for Cyber Security



Game changers in cyber security

How the cyber threat landscape has changed, what lies ahead, and the implications for businesses of any size in any sector.

From reactive to prescriptive security

The role of analytics, machine learning and supercomputing in the fight against cyber crime and how the power of technology combined with human insight will predict and prevent attacks.

Trust and compliance

Cyber security risk and compliance

Cyber security isn’t just about IT; it’s a business issue. How can organisations assess their exposure and mitigate the risk, especially with the advent of the General Data Protection Regulation?

Meeting the cyber challenge

With threats and technologies advancing and a growing cyber skills shortage, what are the most urgent priorities for individuals, organisations and governments now and over the next five years?

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Lexicon of Cyber Security terms and phrases

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Cyber Security: the business challenge

Cyber security challenge: key facts and figures

Lessons Learned

CloudHopper, WannaCry and NotPetya

The CloudHopper, WannaCry and NotPetya cyber attacks had important lessons for businesses.

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following contributors. If you wish to send feedback, please email us via the details at the bottom of the page.

Pierre Barnabé
Executive Vice-President, General Manager Global Division Big Data & Security, Atos

Gavin Thomson
Senior Vice President, Big Data & Security UK&I, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, Atos

Robert Hannigan
Former Director of GCHQ and chairs the European Advisory Board of BlueteamGlobal

Kevin Cooke
Head of Security Delivery, BDS UK&I, Atos

Jenny Lam
Security Operations Engineer and Security Operations Centre Analyst, Cyber Security, Atos UK&I

Talal Rajab
Head of Programme, Cyber and National Security, techUK

Professor Lizzie Coles-Kemp
Information Security Group, Royal Holloway University of London

René Martin
Head of Data Security Products, Atos

Deborah Dillon
Lead Auditor, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos UK&I

Graham Watson
Managing Director, The Advanced Engagement Company

Christophe Moret
Senior Vice President, Cyber Security Services, Atos

Richard Vinnicombe
Practice Leader, Information Governance, Risk and Compliance, Atos UK&I

Edwin Morgan
Interim Director of Policy, Institute of Directors

Paul Heath
Regional Sales Director, UK&I Public Sector, McAfee

The Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP
Minister of State for Digital, UK Government

Zeina Zakhour
Distinguished Expert, Global Chief Technical Officer, Cyber Security, Atos

Crispin Keable
Distinguished Expert for High Performance Computing, Atos UK&I

Mariana Pereira
Director, Darktrace

Alison Devenish
Head of Workforce Management, Atos UK&I

Laura Rutter
STEM Ambassador, Atos UK&I

Ember Ellis
Security Operations Centre Cyber Security Specialist, Atos UK&I

Lewis Currie
Security Operations Analyst, Atos UK&I

Kulveer Ranger
SVP, Head of Strategy, Marketing, Comms & Public Affairs, Northern Europe & APAC

Professor Bill Buchanan OBE FBCS
Leader, The Cyber Academy, Edinburgh Napier University

Graham Francis, Head of Digital Security Northern Europe, Freephone: 0800 783 3040