For protecting endpoints such as workstations and servers, antivirus protection has been the traditional go-to. However, with Endpoint Protection and Response (EDR), next-generation protection is available to organisations.find out more
For many organisations, cybersecurity is a priority for their in-house IT team and security operations teams still function as part of IT, whereas others are separated into their organisation.Find out more
Cyber insurance, commonly referred to as cyber-liability insurance, is a type of insurance that aids in shielding organisations from the repercussions of hacking and cyberattacks. Cyber insurance can minimise the organisation disruption caused by a cyber incident and its aftermath with the help of cyber insurance policy coverage. It can also potentially cover some of the associated costs.Find out more
Security awareness training objective is to ensure that employees understand the role they can play in helping to enhance and enforce the organisations’ security. From understanding data protection requirements to being able to spot the telltale signs of a phishing email, your employees are your first and foremost defence against a security breach.Find out more
‘What are the differences between these three types of detection and response?’ Unlike legacy security tools, network detection and response don’t rely on signature-based security tools. They often can’t detect new cyber attacks unless these signatures have already been recognised as cyber attacks on a network. However, NDR works to monitor and analyse networks via built-in response capabilities.Find out more
Several high-profile organisations, including Cisco Talos, Microsoft, and Uber, have been breached by threat actors who have successfully utilised this technique. Whilst MFA plays a significant part in strengthening an organisation’s cybersecurity posture, it is not a ‘silver bullet’.Find out more
With the rapid changes in how organisations work driven by external factors such as COVID-19 and rapid demands placed on IT teams, the potential for vulnerabilities to occur has increased. This has raised the associated risk of becoming a victim of high-impact cyber-attacks.Find out more
In 2021, AWS S3 accounted for roughly 60% of breaches.
Like most data breaches, the AWS bucket incident resulted from an incorrectly configured bucket which exposed 36GB of data to the public. The information leaked included mortgage and customer demographics.Find out more
Improving your cybersecurity to reduce cyber exposure is an ongoing process.
Recent data suggests that there is a cyberattack every 39 seconds. Therefore, an organisation-wide cybersecurity plan is critical to tackling the constantly changing modern threat landscape. This article will discuss the five steps you can take to reduce your cyber exposure.Find out more
Alerting is essential to cybersecurity. However, alerting can also be an overwhelming aspect of cybersecurity. A never-ending set of alerts that require investigating can cause alert overload. So how do you reduce security alert fatigue? An effective Managed Security Information and Events Management (SIEM) system, paired with the skill set of a 24/7 Security Operations […]Find out more
In the past, security professionals relied on traditional perimeter security such as firewalls to prevent unwanted access to their data; however, this has become progressively irrelevant in today’s modern landscape due the adoption of cloud first strategies and flexible working approach which in turn has blurred the line as to where that perimeter actually exists.
The pandemic and cloud-first technologies have expedited this move to an extended perimeter which has driven cybersecurity professionals to prioritise a Zero-Trust strategy throughout many organisations.Find out more
SOCs (Security Operations Centre) are cross-functional, which helps centralise operations carried out by different departments within an organisation. This means that they provide value to organisation stakeholders and help meet agendas.
SOC analysts play a critical role in taking responsibility for security incidents and assisting in communications on security incidents.Find out more