IT Relationship Breakdown – Part 1: It’s not me. It’s them.

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 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: 7th October 2022

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 321: 15th October 2021

Cyber 3-2-1: The vast majority of large firms suffer because of cyber breaches in their supply chain, and yet the majority do not know what to ask their suppliers about cybersecurity. How Google and Microsoft are helping us all to be more cyber secure. And how 55 billion attacks are pointless because of one security measure. This week’s action: Keep privileged accounts for special occasions.

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