Cyber 3-2-1: How the bad guys get a hold of your password, why the US is so concerned about Huawei equipment, and why do large organisations have a CIO AND a CISO? This week's action: Double-check your two-factor authentication.
Cyber 3-2-1: The 4 tech trends that we will be reading about in 2022, how to speak to the Board about cyber, and how law firms are getting on with cybersecurity. This week’s action: Keep it simple.
Cyber 3-2-1: LastPass was under attack but it shouldn’t matter. iPhones were under attack, but it didn’t matter. And Elves are under attack, but they don’t matter. This week’s action: Your New Year’s Resolution should be small but frequent.
Cyber 3-2-1: NatWest’s scrutiny failed to see anything wrong with black bags of cash, Microsoft systems are the prime target of phishing attacks, and more on my journey down the crypto rabbit hole. This week’s action: Have a Happy Christmas!
Cyber 3-2-1: A report explains why the HSE attack was not sophisticated. The UK’s NCSC explains why the most severe computer vulnerability in years may have identified this week. And I ask why so little of your security budget is invested in improving your defences against more than 90% of attacks. This week’s action: Security is not just about technology. It’s about humans. Invest in your human defences.
Cyber 3-2-1: A Cyber Security Baseline Standard has just been published in Ireland, Bank of Ireland has been fined €24m for risks that never materialised, and. Ireland’s DPC tells us that If we have a complaint about a neighbour’s use of CCTV, we need to take it up with the courts. This week’s action: Review your Incident Response Plan.
Cyber 3-2-1: How the BBC tried to track down some of the FBI’s most wanted Russian cyber attackers, how cyber attackers are making money simply through fear, and what NOT to do if you’re hit with ransomware. This week’s action: Secure your website.
Cyber 3-2-1: In Cyber: Why BOI has made its customers a little less appealing to the bad guys, what the cost of complying with the current NIS directive is, what the new NIS 2 directive looks like, and why a Romanian city is nicknamed Hackerville. In Crypto: The Love / Hate saga continues. This week’s action: When it comes to payment processing, it takes two.
Cyber 3-2-1: How a social engineer beat £2m of security, why most critical vulnerabilities are not critical, and why you need to worry about disgruntled employees. This week’s action: When someone leaves, disable their access.