Decade of research shows little improvement in password guidance
More than a decade after first examining the issue, research by the University of Plymouth has shown most of the world's top ten English-speaking websites offer little or no advice guidance on creating passwords that are less likely to be hacked.
Symposium aims to address global challenges facing maritime security
The inaugural Maritime Cyber Threats and Awareness Symposium at the University of Plymouth will bring together leading researchers from the University with key figures from both maritime and cyber security industries
University of Plymouth signs agreement with Information Risk Management Ltd to address maritime cyber security
The University of Plymouth and Information Risk Management Ltd (an Altran UK company) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding which will see them join forces on a range of research projects within the maritime cyber security sector
Approach enables experts to look beyond IP in cyber security investigations
A technique which enables digital forensic investigators to assess an individual’s internet use rather than simply focusing on traffic through Internet Protocol (IP) addresses has been developed by cyber security experts at the University of Plymouth.
Outdated systems placing maritime vessels at risk of cyber-attack, study suggests
University of Plymouth news: Maritime vessels are under significant threat of cyber-attack because many are carrying outdated software and were not designed with cybersecurity in mind, new research led by the University of Plymouth suggests