Cyber 3-2-1: More attacks on service providers (this time Evide and SD Worx), and further evidence that phishing is the most common way for ransomware attacks to start.
I frequently encounter a broken relationship between my client and their IT MSP (managed service provider). In this second of two articles, I discuss how we can do better.
I frequently encounter a broken relationship between my client and their IT MSP (managed service provider). In this first of two articles, I discuss why these relationships break down.
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 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.
DORA is going be a nightmare. But an incident with one IT provider last week shows us why it’s necessary.
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.
Why gathering data points about the health of your cybersecurity defences can lead to a conflict of interest, and ways to address this.
What gets measured gets done