We just released our latest edition of PERCEPTION, our cyber threat intelligence briefing for the financial services sector edited by Dr Graham Shaw. This contains informative, relevant and timely information about the cyber threat landscape for financial institutions, current threat actors and recent activities, and is designed to help you address the cyber risks faced by your organization.
Cyber-attacks and the impact they have on organizations are becoming much better understood. However, in facing increasingly sophisticated, targeted and untargeted attacks, the complexity and scale of the threat means that avoiding a cyber-attack is becoming harder for organizations. If a cyber-attack is going to happen at some point, it’s essential that organizations plan for, and prepare to respond to, the inevitable. But this can be easier said than done. What steps do organizations need to take to develop a cyber security strategy that ensures they are prepared?
By Michael Fratello, Security Consultant at Nettitude
In this article, we present the Internet of Things (IoT) and the current security status of IoT devices. The reader will also gain a practical guide towards IoT security in the workplace and an account of the latest information to help futureproof organisations against cyber attacks.
Even social media giant Facebook has been ordered to step up data protection as 29 million of its user’s passwords were exposed in 2018. Creating a strong and secure password is a critical step in protecting confidential data and networks. Your infrastructure can come under attack from cyber criminals at any time and passwords can provide the key to that kingdom for hackers.
The 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) declares ransomware “the most prevalent variety of malware”.
With the number of cyber-attacks growing in prominence every day from the reputational ruin of organisations overnight to the manipulation of election results, the threat cybercrime presents to us all should not be undervalued.
What is a cybersecurity plan?
A cyber security plan is an organisation’s written guide to follow and improve its overall risk management and defences against the on-going threat of cybercrime - and some might say the most significant threat they face.
The key difference between vulnerability scanning and penetration testing concerns the focus of the security project.
In today’s modern connected world cyber security matters and is vital for protecting our crucial infrastructure. The threat of cyber-attacks is now a worldwide concern, as high-profile breaches create fear that cybercrime could endanger the global economy.