Cyber 3-2-1: PayPal and Norton breaches, predictions of imminent cyber catastrophy, and taser-equipped drones. What more could you ask for?
Cyber Sanity: “It will never happen” is a bold claim. “It will _probably_ never happen” is a more realistic and achievable position. Plus: LinkedIn, the ICO, and comedy gold from Seinfeld.
Cyber 3-2-1: 58% of cyber incidents start with a phishing email. Plus: North Face, LastPass, and Uber: 3 breaches; many lessons. This week’s action: On the internet, we’re all Capricorns.
Cyber 3-2-1: Cyber insurance cover continues to reduce, Bank of America begins training high schoolers to be cybersecurity experts, and a security flaw in a WordPress plugin exposes 140,000 websites. This week’s action: Who is minding your shopfront?
Cyber 3-2-1: MFA applies to your Tesla too, cyber insurance is covering less and costing more, and 24% of ransomware payments do not enable the victim to recover their data. This week’s action: It’s time to test that your backup is more useful than a chocolate teapot.
Cyber 3-2-1: What board members should know about cybersecurity and why cyber insurance will only get more expensive. This week’s action: The 7 questions that board memberd should ask about cybersecurity.
Cyber 3-2-1: Why cyber insurance is getting more expensive and onerous, why 90% of attacks may be thwarted by one security measure (and you know which one I’m talking about), and why I have a question for you about cryptocurrencies and blockchain. This week’s action: Just ask.
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.
Cyber 3-2-1: Plain English cybersecurity advice in 3 articles, 2 statistics and 1 action, including a major fire at one of Europe’s largest cloud providers, a decision by AXA in France to no longer cover ransomware payments, the ongoing cost and impact of the HSE attack, and a spyware attack on Android phones that is currently circulating in Ireland. This week’s action: Get rid of data you no longer need.