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In the meantime, we have a written a number of blog posts that focus on some of the most frequently asked questions about cyber security and intelligence. Take a look below:
Which Information Security framework is right for my organisation?
We’ve put together a rundown on the most popular frameworks—Cyber Essentials, Cyber Essentials Plus and ISO27001—to help you find the right one. Read The choice between Cyber Essentials and ISO 27001 here.
What is the difference between misinformation and disinformation?
The terms misinformation and disinformation are often used interchangeably, but they do differ in nuance. You can read about the difference in Misinformation and Disinformation in 2020 here.
What exactly is personal data?
Broadly speaking, there are two categories of personal data–personal data and sensitive personal data. Take a look at our helpful infographic in our blog post Clarifying personal data here.
Do I need a penetration test or a vulnerability assessment?
Many people use the two terms interchangeably as the two look very similar from afar; however, up close it’s a very different story. We go into detail in What’s the difference between a vulnerability assessment and a penetration test?
Is my supply chain really secure?
In short, the answer is no. According to the Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report, in the past year 65% of organisations “experienced one or more cyber-attacks as a result of a weak link in their supply chain”. For help, read Supply chain: Is your security entirely in your hands?
What is a DeepFake?
DeepFakes are a form of synthetic media wherein the creator manipulates existing footage to deceive the viewer. Read DeepFakes and the US 2020 elections for an in-depth analysis.
What’s new with the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT)?
The NHS DSPT is an online self-assessment tool for all organisations that have access to NHS patient data and systems. It was updated in 2019, take a look at Changes to the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) for 2019/2020 article.
How do I know I’m spending my cyber security budget appropriately?
How should (a most likely limited) cyber security budget be allocated? What is the balance of where we focus time and resources? We look in detail at this challenge in Is your limited cyber budget invested to maximum effect?