Cyber 3-2-1: DeFi enabled the perfect crime, CISA discovered cyber sabotage tools aimed at US energy sector, and a reminder that we need to keep all software up to date, not just Windows. This week’s action: Tell your staff about the brands the bad guys love.
Cyber 3-2-1: Ireland’s NCSC issues an advisory, as warnings continue about the elevated threat of cyber attacks due to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Also this week, how blind faith in an IT system led to one of the largest miscarriages of justice in the UK, and why the phrase ‘Too big to fail’ may soon be joined by the phrase ‘Too big to understand’. This week’s action: Bí Ullamh: Consider the NCSC advisory’s recommendations.
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.
Cyber 3-2-1: Zero-day iPhone hack revealed, but the sky is not falling. Don’t worry about zero-days – Worry about 400-days. And finally, why you shouldn’t listen to me. This week’s action: Review how you are ensuring security updates get installed in a timely manner.
Cyber 3-2-1: Reliance on passwords has made it onto the cybersecurity naughty list; Cyber insurance is getting more expensive; Use of the cloud is not a guarantee of security; How to convert 21gb of data into 10 years of jail time. This week’s action: A checklist for working from home.