Nettitude has been honored as the winner of the Consulting Practice of the Year at the Annual Cyber Security Awards 2017
Rowland Johnson, Nettitude’s Chief Executive was invited by HM Government to provide evidence to the Joint Committee on National Security Strategy. The session was televised and is viewable on the UK parliamentary website here.
Due to continued expansion we are seeking a Network Operations Engineer to be based in our Leamington Spa, Warwickshire offices.
A recap of RSA 2017
In my blog piece in January, An advance look at RSA 2017, I wrote of what attendees could expect in advance of the RSA 2017 conference to ensure they made the most of their time there.
I wrote of the importance of wearing comfortable shoes, as there’s a lot of walking at RSA. With events in the south, north and west Moscone Center buildings and also two blocks away at the Marriott Marquis, combined with the long expo floor aisles; I am surprised podiatrists didn’t set up shop outside the convention center.
Like everyone, I left the conference with extreme information overload, sore feet, and much more educated about the current and future states of information security.
February will see a series of events organised as part of Parliament’s Cyber Security Month, which is aimed at raising awareness of the importance of cyber security as an issue that those in Parliament need to address in their personal and professional lives.
As an ex-serviceman myself, I’m often approached by numerous service leavers who’ve asked how they can best prepare themselves for a career as an IT Security Consultant (AKA Penetration Tester / Ethical Hacker).
By Ben Rothke, CISSP PCI QSA
The RSA conference is about a month away and I am already looking forward to it. As the largest and one of the most influential information security conferences, it has turned into the go-to event of the information security season. Pretty much every player, big and small, in the information security world will be there.
RSA has long been the conference to get up to date information from security practitioners about current issues and threats. Now that the agenda for 2017 is available, four of the key topics for this year’s conference are on:
Cyber News Summary
There have been several high profile data breaches over the past week.
Knowing the methods, sophistication and modus operandi of threat actors, and how this changes over time is fascinating. The Nettitude Global Honeypot network has been upgraded recently to capture more in-depth information and more interactions from attackers. This section gives you an overview of the trends and highlights from recently captured data.