Want to become a supplier to a government, or trade with a major multinational? You’ll likely find a lengthy list of requirements to comply with before you make it through the procurement process.
Of the 401 exhibitors at Infosecurity Europe 2019, it is believed that just 13 percent had actually executed full DMARC protection successfully so as to stop potential phishing emails at the gateway.
Last Friday, when the afternoon was slowing in the office, an inadvertent GIF on Slack sparked some friendly debate about the right way to test…
Once upon a time, the brave and handsome king of Rubrum Colatorium decided to send his beautiful and wise queen a message from the battlefield. With enemies lurking all around, […]
This unique piece of research from Red Sift uncovered the fact that one-third of leading UK challenger banks have failed to implement a vital email protocol that protects consumers from […]
The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘hack’ as: “Cut with rough or heavy blows in an irregular or random fashion”. A second meaning follows: “Gain unauthorized access to data in a system […]
Security vendors are a noisy bunch. There’s too much hyperbole and alarmism within our industry, and at times this can be self-defeating, muddling the cyber essentials with the nice-to-haves in […]
In this byline for The Legal IT Insider, Rois talks through how IT and Security experts in law firms can begin to make sense of the cybersecurity landscape and how […]
‘We take your privacy and security seriously’ appears in more than one-third of recent data breach notifications filed in the state of California.
News this week that highlighted the canny nature of scammers made us wonder whether we needed to start a glossary of phishing attacks. These attacks now come in many guises, […]