Cyber 3-2-1: Surveys by INTERPOL, the Bank of England, and by Northwave on the mental impact of an attack. Plus: Anti-virus software is proven to block ransomware. But only if it’s enabled.
Cyber 3-2-1: Don’t worry about zero-days. Don’t worry about passwords. Don’t worry about your code (if you’re a software company). This week’s action: Do you share the concerns of 48% of Board-level cyber experts?
Cyber 3-2-1: How a 15 year old stole $24m. Don’t worry about deepfakes - Worry about phishing emails. And it’s not impossible to defend against ransomware attacks. This week’s action: Don’t trust your phone company with your house keys.
Cyber 3-2-1: What has the HSE cyber-attack got to do with skyscrapers? How hackable are you? And is it ever a bad time to watch Face/off? This week’s action: If you work for yourself and have concerns about a cyber attack, I may have a solution for you.
Cyber 3-2-1: This month and last month, Ireland’s police, government and national cybersecurity agency have warned SMEs about the ever-increasing threat of cyber attacks. And yet executives and boards will continue to deliberately ignore this risk until their valuables have been stolen. This week’s action: You are choosing your own adventure. Make sure you are comfortable with your choice.
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: A password manager breach, ransomware triple extortion, cybersecurity for startups, and why the gamer in your life may be a risk in your life. This week’s action: Love your children. But don’t trust them.
Cyber 3-2-1: Gardai warn SMEs about the increasing threat of ransomware, Amazon security director reminds us about the basics, and it hasn’t been a good week for Apple. This week’s action: Keep up-to-date on software updates.