The battle against cybercrime is a constant race against time. Each day, new vulnerabilities are discovered and whilst the identified vulnerability remains unfixed, computers running the software remain exposed to a zero-day attack.
To incentivise the discovery of bugs before the criminals do, a growing number of companies have set up “bug bounty” programmes, which pay financial rewards to users who discover serious flaws in their software.
Half of the UK workforce could be working remotely in 2020 and many organizations now actively encourage this trend with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies. But the downside of remote working lies in new security challenges...