The one question I get asked by board members is: “What are you seeing out there?” So, here’s my answer.
Cyber 3-2-1: SEC requires public disclosures of cyber attacks, Russians target staff through Microsoft Teams, and 5,000 businesses in Ireland suffer because staff members were fooled by SMS messages.
Cyber 3-2-1: Microsoft and their seatbelts; CISA and your accounts; UK businesses and their confidence.
Cyber 3-2-1: Microsoft stops charging extra for seatbelts; Your User account is still an attacker’s BFF; and many UK business leaders talk about the importance of cyber security but do not prioritise it.
Can I read your mind?
How does DORA compare to the Central Bank of Ireland’s guidance on operational resilience: An interview with Carina Myles of Eisner Amper.
Do you think cyber security risk is Much Ado About Nothing?
Past performance is not an indicator of future returns. It’s a warning that applies to investment funds. And one that also applies to cyber security.
It’s a bank holiday here in Ireland. And the sun is still shining. So, it is clearly the perfect time to earn some CPD hours while learning about cyber security!
A cyber attacker may not be the biggest threat to your cyber security.
I don’t know you. But I think I can read your mind.