A breach detection system (BDS) is a defensive tool designed to detect the activity of malware inside a network after a breach has occurred. A BDS can be either a hardware or software solution designed to look out for signs of threats and alert the organization to the potentially dangerous activity.more →
Ever wondered what it’s like to experience a cyber-attack? Want to know what the warning signs are? This article recreates a typical ransomware attack scenario of what a business may go through in the first 24 hours when experiencing a data breach.
Fictional high street shoe retailer Shoes-4-U, with branches in every town nationwide, has recently received an email from a supplier.more →
In a 2018 report by McAfee and the Centre for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), it was found that cyber-crime has a global impact of $600 billion every year on businesses, through everything from losses due to system closures to reputation damage. This has affected many companies, with an attack now being a very real possibility for a lot of organizations.more →
This month we share another blog from our technology partner Akamai on the topic of recursive DNS. Targeted threats such as malware, ransomware, data exfiltration, and phishing are increasing in volume yet many organizations have a blind spot when it comes to the Domain Name System (DNS).
Although every action on the Internet relies on recursive DNS, many security organizations fail to install corresponding safeguards.more →
In a business world that is facing an ever-increasing and intensifying threat landscape, enterprises must re-evaluate their current perimeter security approach. This month we are sharing a blog from one of the pioneers of the “Zero Trust” mentality, Akamai. We take a look at how VPNs are out of date and why we should all be adopting the ‘never trust, always verify’more →