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Adrian Shaw

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Nettitude ups its Incident Response game & joins FIRST

Posted by Adrian Shaw on May 30, 2017 1:05:09 PM

Having recently completed the process of joining FIRST, Nettitude’s Incident Response (IR) team were impressed with the recent release of their updated CSIRT service framework.

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10 Steps to Successfully Manage Data Breaches

Posted by Adrian Shaw on Mar 30, 2017 12:00:13 PM

 

In 66% of incidents, the breach went undiscovered for a month or longer.

It is paramount that your organisation responds quickly and efficiently when your organisation experiences a data breach.

We’ve simplified a 10 step process to help you respond to a data breach. If you think your systems have been hacked, please contact our 24/7 security team immediately at solutions@nettitude.com

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10 Steps to prepare for a data breach

Posted by Adrian Shaw on Mar 23, 2017 2:00:15 PM

Every day, over 3 million records are compromised from companies around the world. The fact is that cyber threats are no longer a question of IF, but WHEN, a breach will occur. It is vital for your company to have a cyber security plan in place so that you are ready to act if your organisation experiences a data breach.

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In Cyber Space, there IS such a thing as bad publicity

Posted by Adrian Shaw on Nov 12, 2015 9:52:27 AM

Introduction

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Thinking like a programmer for PCI compliance excellence

Posted by Adrian Shaw on Oct 19, 2015 1:10:02 PM

An important part of any PCI compliance program is to establish where in your environment card data is stored. To facilitate this, automated searches of computer systems are often undertaken to find data that contains numeric strings that have the characteristics of payment card data. Anyone who has undertaken such searches knows that the results have to be carefully reviewed to identify false positives. Whilst you certainly want to make sure any discovered card data is handled correctly, equally you want to make sure that any false positives which may be essential for the running of your business are not unnecessarily deleted or redacted.

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About Nettitude

Nettitude is the trusted cyber security provider to thousands of businesses around the world. We stop at nothing to keep your data and business secure in an age of ever-evolving cyber threats.

Our experts use an award winning Threat Intelligence led approach that incorporates real-time data, ensuring that your company is protected at every stage of its journey.

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