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  • 04-03-2021

    Cyber attack

    Immunity CANVAS leak: What you need to know

    The leak of CANVAS v7.26 (released in September 2020) means that a wider pool of attackers—who generally use free tools,… Read More

  • 16-10-2020

    Cyber attack

    Double-extortion ransomware: Two different considerations

    While information and digital security departments are starting to become increasingly familiar with this emerging techn… Read More

  • 26-06-2020

    Cyber attack

    Ransomware attacks continue – as do ransom payments

    Not a month goes by that we don’t see that another organisation has suffered a ransomware attack. In fact, in the last m… Read More

  • 31-03-2020

    Cyber attack

    Keeping an eye on COVID-19 cyber security risks

    As the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, cyber security issues may have taken a backseat for both individuals and… Read More

  • 31-01-2020

    Cyber attack

    Cyber breaches: People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones

    One of the issues highlighted by the Travelex incident—and the reaction to it—is the extraordinarily high level of culpa… Read More

  • 15-05-2019

    Cyber attack

    How a hacker will access your network

    Whether it’s customer data or intellectual property, that information is a business asset and, like any other asset, kee… Read More

  • 23-04-2019

    Cyber attack

    To hack back or not to hack back

    The concept of a corporate organisation ‘hacking back’—i.e. retaliating against those who attack our systems as both a d… Read More

  • 18-02-2019

    Cyber attack

    Are you ready to be hacked?

    As scary as it sounds, once we accept that one day we will be attacked, it makes sense for us to be prepared for what we… Read More

  • 19-05-2017

    Cyber attack

    Ransomware attacks highlight cyber hygiene shortcomings

    The ransomware, also known as WanaCryptOR or WCry, is based on a vulnerability that was patched by Microsoft in March 20… Read More

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