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, […]
After a seismic twelve months in the brief history of data breaches, Data Privacy Day 2019 could not be arriving at a more opportune moment. In the past year we’ve […]
2019 has now well and truly begun and January is the perfect time to reset for the year ahead. Every year people make the same old resolutions and every year […]
In terms of cybercrime, 2018 hasn’t been spectacularly different to previous years – we’ve covered all manner of topics in our blog, from phishing attacks to malware. For the regular […]
Happy Computer Security Day! Since its inception in 1988, Computer Security Day has been celebrated annually on the 30th of November… but I’ll forgive if you tell me you’ve never […]
Learn how we used Investigate by OnDMARC to set up a 3rd-party sending system “SendGrid” to send DMARC compliant emails from our WordPress site.
What was once viewed as a mad US import has become a consumer staple in the run-up to Christmas both online and in-store – are your inboxes prepared for the Black Friday masses?
With Halloween looming closer, it’s not just the monsters under the bed we have to worry about.
September: it’s a heady mix of the crisp autumn air and back to school stationery. For many IT and security teams in the education sector, it’s the beginning of a nine-month-long cyber nightmare where staff and students lay waste to a summer of careful cybersecurity planning.
Today we are releasing RedBPF and ingraind, our eBPF toolkit that integrates with StatsD and S3, to gather feedback, and see where others in the Rust community might take this framework. If […]