2018 was a busy year for retail in the cyber security arena, with many organizations suffering from data breaches during the year, including British Airways and Vision Direct.
British Airways suffered a sophisticated data breach affecting around
380,000 customers using its website and mobile app.
The attack –more →
Resilient Firewalls, DDoS Mitigation, Multi-factor Authentication are the sexy parts of IT but can be easily brought down if the small things are ignored. By ‘small’ things I really mean the more mundane tasks linked to good IT security;
- Admin Rights
- SSL Certificates
If your AV is not up-to-date and a network user accidentally clicks on a
link, opens an attachment or falls for a phishing scam, it could result in
a destructive virus spreading around the network, locking users out of
important data or destroying the data.
Bots are everywhere and they need to be managed!
In this blog I am going to explore what Bot Management is, the benefits of having a bot management solution as well as provide a comparison between some of the top bot management products in the market for 2019.more →
You can’t turn on the news without hearing about Brexit, but exactly how it is going to affect your business in relation to data protection?
What UK companies should do about data protection and GDPR when we Brexit
Six Steps to GDPR Compliance post Brexit:
- Get a hold of yourself.
We recently looked at the many types of hackers, but now we take a closer look at which of hacker tends to perpetrate DDoS attacks and why they use this method.
DDoS attacks are one of the oldest types of cyberattacks, but they have still seen a massive growth recently.more →
In this 2-part blog Information Security veteran Max Pritchard looks back on the data breach at credit reference agency, Equifax, examines the events that led up to the breach, and the company’s actions during and immediately after the breach. See part 2 for where we are a year after the breach and discover what we can learn from it.more →