Cyber 101: Cyber Awareness Month
Over the years, we have developed a range of content with the aim of educating organisations on cyber security threats and helping them defend their assets and reputation, so for us every month is Cyber Security Awareness Month.
What is password hygiene and why is it important?
Back in 2019, the National Cyber Security Centre shared some of the alarming password practices that came out of research they did into cyber security in the UK.
The importance of Business Continuity and Resilience
The Ministry of Defence released an ‘Industry Security Notice‘ to “remind readers of the importance of having an effective and up-to-date Business Continuity Plan (BCP)”.
Is your limited cyber budget invested to maximum effect?
All businesses are at risk of a cyber-attack, so we won’t bore you with a lengthy introduction on how around 30% of businesses will be breached in the coming year, how more than 60% are not adequately prepared and average cost per breach etc.
Cyber security: Human risk – a car crash waiting to happen
In every Corporate Cyber Security Maturity Model that we conduct across all varieties of corporate clients, two categories repeatedly always score lowest – one of those is ‘Staff Training and Education’ (the other is supply chain management’, but that’s for another blog post).
Defending against cyber threats while on the road
What would we do without the internet while we’re abroad? Whether it’s looking up directions to the next meeting or trying to find the best place to stop for lunch, we’re always connected.
What is the difference between cyber crime and traditional crime?
Simply put, cyber crime is a crime committed using the means of technology and the internet. Although we talk about cybercrime as a separate entity to traditional crime, it is carried out by the same types of criminals for the same type of reasons.