Cyber 3-2-1: Attacks don’t just happen to valuable targets. Telling staff “Don’t click bad links” isn’t working. And why we need to worry about LockBit.
If you are accountable for cybersecurity, but rely on others to manage it on your behalf, how do you make sure they aren’t making a mess of it?
Cyber 3-2-1: This week, there’s one for everyone in the audience, including the board of directors and anyone who relies on an IT MSP to manage their cloud systems. The two numbers this week remind us why invoice fraud is so rampant – Because that’s where the money is! The thing to think about this week? Take two minutes to find out your cybersecurity score.
Cyber 3-2-1: Happy New Year. I know I’ve been talking a lot this week about how it’s not so happy for LastPass users, so I will not linger too much on that carnage for the moment. Instead, let’s talk about what Ukraine’s Cyber Police, the UK’s NCSC, and Ireland’s DPC have been up to while we’ve been eating too much chocolate.
Cyber 3-2-1: An outsourced HR provider reports a breach 60 days after it was identified, the European Commission agrees a new directive to oblige service providers to do better, and what the data protection regulators can tell us about security.
Cyber 3-2-1: Cyber criminals favour ZIP files, RAR files, and PayPal; Even the big firms are moving to the cloud; and CISA demomstrates how one security layer may not be enough to protect us.
Cyber 3-2-1: Microsoft and Proofpoint remind us of the value of some simple security measures. The problem with Android security patches. And why the theft of millions of phone numbers from WhatsApp may get our attention, but our local laptop repair shop may be a more immediate concern.