DORA; SEAR; IAF. Lots of acronyms. But the only one that matters is IRS.
DORA is not what is keeping compliance professionals up at night.
[Reading time: 41 seconds]
The following is a clause in Hiscox’s current cyber insurance application form*:
“All [users] with administrative privileges [must] have two accounts: one for everyday usage [..], and another only for administrative tasks (e.g. to install or uninstall programs on a computer; to access all files on a computer and/or network; and to modify or create accounts […]
What has advice about diabetes got to do with cyber security?
Pupplies aren’t just for Christmas. And backups aren’t just for data.
When it matters, you would never ask a student to correct their own homework. Same story for cyber security.
Why 1 person wearing a face mask reminded me of the DORA regulation.
Taylor Swift wrote a song for all of the companies out there trying to sell to financial services firms.
If you have an open fire place in your house, up to 20% of the heat in your home could be escaping up the chimney. What can this tell us about cyber security risk management?
As the Irish Open golf tournament starts tomorrow, I wonder what the interview process for the limousine drivers involved?