- January 12th, 2015
Just like fashion, malware goes through trends and comebacks, so let’s take a look at what’s ‘in’ this season. Anyone involved in IT in the 1990′s will remember a few things; plaid shirts, floppy disks and macro viruses. Although I can’t envisage the former two making a comeback any time soon, macros are definitely back on the InfoSec agenda, something Microsoft has been highlighting recently.
- October 2nd, 2014
The InfoSec community has gone into overdrive in the last few days dealing with the ‘Shellshock’ bug. There is good reason for this, millions of systems around the globe are vulnerable to this bug which lets attackers run code on that system.
- August 8th, 2014
Growing instances of cyber threats have dawned a new era in IT security, as protecting the endpoint becomes a major concern for organizations everywhere. We know that improving security is a goal that most organizations strive for, but many struggle when it comes to developing effective strategies.
- May 21st, 2014
At the recent InfoSec event in London, I talked about why removing admin rights is the one big thing you can do to immediately improve your security posture. But instead of being at the top of the agenda, it’s often neglected. Why?
- May 15th, 2014
There’s a general consensus that people are now more aware of security threats than ever before. Therefore, when we commissioned the ‘Cyber Strategies for Endpoint Defense 2014‘ report from Ponemon, we expected to find a greater level of knowledge and cyber security competency. What we got was a different picture.