Introduction Coming into effect in May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will bring into force the biggest changes in data protection rules in two decades. It will overhaul how businesses process and handle data. It will also financially penalize organizations that are based in or operate from the European Union, or process personal data […]
Mitigating the Top Security Risks Facing Organisations in the Cloud The last few years have presented hackers with an even bigger opportunity. The cloud. The move from server-based to service-based thinking is changing the way traditional IT departments design and deliver the technology that supports their businesses. Internet-accessed systems, software and applications have become massively […]
WHY CLOUD APPLICATION SECURITY CONTROLLERS WILL RULE THE WORLD If we’re being entirely honest, ‘Cloud’ and ‘Security’ are far from a natural marriage, in fact, on the surface, it’s a partnership that shouldn’t work. Cloud is seen as creative, open, progressive and inherently sociable. It’s attractive to many and has a promising future to offer […]
In the race to adopt the latest gadgets, online security often gets overlooked. So we’ve created a 5-point IoT cybersecurity checklist. The Internet of Things (‘IoT’, as we’re sure you know it) has amazing potential for your business. It’s all about collecting, sharing and interacting with data in innovative ways. Data is increasingly being referred […]
Insider threats are inherent to every organisation. When it comes to detecting and responding to threats, many organisations focus their efforts on potential breaches from external sources. The truth is, an organisation’s largest security threat often lies within its own network.
Your guide to detecting and responding to threats fast—even if you don’t have a 24×7 SOC. Some organisations have formal security operations centres (SOCs). Formal 24×7 SOCs are tightly secured areas where teams of dedicated analysts carefully monitor for threats around the clock, every day of the year.
Are you wondering if ransomware really is the worst sort of malware ever? Or are you simply just struggling to get your head around GDPR? Perhaps you’re worried about how quickly phishing is evolving and becoming even more troublesome? Now you can stay up to speed on all of these topics without ever leaving your […]
Despite your best intentions, chances are good that your application is going live with dangerous security flaws.
Prevent data breaches: Since a penetration test is a benign way to simulate an attack on the network, you can learn whether and how you are exposed. It’s a fire drill to ensure you’re optimally prepared if there’s ever a real fire.