On Thursday 17th September, hackers kill through a technology attack. An attack by as yet unknown hackers attack caused the failure of IT systems at a major hospital in Duesseldorf, and ultimately resulted in the death of a patient.
The CISO Evolution/Revolution. There has been a lot of change for the CISO over the last few months. It is no secret that the last six months have brought about a revolution in businesses change and transformation.
Last week saw SB Tech Breached by the hacking group Maze. It seems that every week the group are announcing more victims. GameOn asked our CEO Peter Bassill, to give us some insight into the attack. The GameOn article is here.
In our “How to securely” series we asked our followers what tools they would like a simple guide on to help them stay secure online. There seemed to be a lot of confusion as to what a VPN is and why you should or should not use one. So we asked Peter to help.
WhatsApp is among the fastest-growing instant messengers out there, and almost a social network in its own way. But if you are using it, there are some steps you should take to protect your security and privacy.
The UK’s highest court ruled that Morrisons can not be liable for a criminal act of a person seeking to harm their business. On April 1st, 2020, a panel of five justices unanimously ruled that Morrisons was not “vicariously liable”.
With the current pandemic situation, we all need to be taking remote working considerations. While adjusting the work paradym, it is vital to keep a mind’s eye on the security and safety of the businesses information assets
In this guide we are looking at how to go about securing zoom. Since the onset of the global pandemic, we have seen surge in “zoom bombing”. This is where people with malicious intent look for in-progress zoom meetings to join and cause trouble.
A critical vulnerabiltiy has been identified in Dell EMC iDRAC7, iDRAC8 and iDRAC9. Some unknown processing is affected by this issue. Manipulation with an unknown input can lead to stack based memory corruption.
We know #wfh can get tedious, but it’s no reason to let your #CyberSecurity slip, especially when it comes to video conferencing, using @Zoom. 🧑🏻💻
We’ve shared this before, but a reminder never goes amiss! Here’s how to stay safe using Zoom:
@Apple #Mac users often believe that they are less at risk from #CyberAttacks than @Windows users, but @BBCNews recently reported about #malware on Macs. An interesting read, and realisation that those with Macs should also review their #CyberSecurity: https://t.co/Xdey9yIrqZ