Weekly series to help you manage cybersecurity like a pro, through 3 articles, 2 statistics and 1 action.

Cyber 3-2-1: What have a €60,000 fine, a €100,000 fine, and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) got in common?

Cyber 3-2-1: What have a €60,000 fine, a €100,000 fine, and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) got in common? All is revealed in the 2022 Annual Report that has just been published by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission.

Cyber 321: Cybersecurity lessons from Ukraine, a $150k ransom payment, and more.

Cyber 3-2-1: What are the cybersecurity lessons from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, why did a small business pay a $150k ransom, and why you can’t you trust a phone call anymore?

Cyber 321: Destructive cyber attacks and an offer to ease my conscience.

Cyber 3-2-1: Another issue laiden down with news about recent cyber attacks, including against a UK financial advisory firm with some very interesting high-value clients. In response, the 5 steps you need to take right now to avoid the worst-case scenario of a ransomware attack. Plus an offer to ease my conscience.

Cyber 321: ENISA predicts the future, when even teddy bears need to be cyber aware. And what did the NCSC ever do for us?

Cyber 3-2-1: ENISA predicts the future, a future when even teddy bears need to be cyber aware. And we get a clear answer to the question ‘What did the NCSC ever do for us?’

Cyber 321: 10th February 2023

Cyber 3-2-1: Love is in the air, an Irish university responds to a ransomware attack, and CROs believe cyber risk is a higher priority than credit risk.

Cyber 321: 3rd February 2023

Cyber 3-2-1: What have traffic lights, JD Sports, and Microsoft OneNote got in common? They all star in this week’s Cyber 3-2-1. Also this week, reminders as to why regulators are so keen for us to get better at third-party risk management, especially when it comes to our IT service providers.

Cyber 321: 27th January 2023

Cyber 3-2-1: PayPal and Norton breaches, predictions of imminent cyber catastrophy, and taser-equipped drones. What more could you ask for?

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