How to build a crisis communication plan for cyber threats 

Crisis communication plan for cyber threats

In today’s digital age, cyber threats are a potential crisis that hovers over every organisation – regardless of industry, size, or prominence. That’s why eevry organisation needs to have a crisis communication plan for cyber threats.  A crisis caused by a cyber attack can be debilitating: it’s not simply a case of your computer systems being compromised; they can infiltrate … Read More

How to prevent ransomware attacks?

How to prevent ransomware

Ransomware attacks have increased dramatically over recent years, so much so that the 2022 cost of attacks is estimated to top US$20 billion globally.   Ransomware can cause widespread damage, but at the same time, they can be entirely preventable. The willingness to invest in even the most basic cybersecurity measures will not only protect valuable assets but could save organisations … Read More

Digital Supply Chain – what is it, and how do you protect it?

Digital supply chain

New technologies enable businesses to provide the platform for a thoroughly modern supply chain – the digital supply chain. A digital supply chain includes the process of delivering a digital asset from the point of origin to its destination. In today’s technological world, a digital supply chain spans the entire operations of most organisations.   A digital supply chain utilises advanced technologies … Read More

Simple strategies for risk remediation in cyber security

Risk remediation in cyber security

Why remediation in cyber security is key to limiting the damage a breach can cause Remediation in cyber security refers to limiting the damage a breach can cause to your organisation. If you fail to notice and act upon a breach in a timely manner, it can move rapidly and becomes almost impossible to contain. As organisations worldwide expand, they … Read More

Open source security software risks

Open source security

What is open source security? Open source software security is the measure of assurance in the freedom from the risk inherent to an open source software system. Open source security refers to the processes and tools used to manage and secure compliance and OSS from development to production. These tools can automatically discover open source dependencies within applications, provide valuable … Read More

Importance of continuous control monitoring (CCM)

Importance of continuous control monitoring (CCM)

What is continuous control monitoring? Continuous control monitoring (CCM) is defined as using a set of technologies to reduce company losses through continuous monitoring. It also reduces the cost of audits via the continuous auditing of controls in financial applications and other types of applications.  In the overall business ecosystem, CCM sits above your existing security tooling, ensuring that all assets … Read More

Making a cybersecurity business case with data-driven insights

CyberSecurity business case with data insights

Data-driven insights for cybersecurity business case Mitigating risks and avoiding cyberattacks should be a key corporate objective for any industry in the current digital age. Ensuring your business has the right cyber risk data is crucial when building digital defences and protecting sensitive information. Data-driven insights allow companies to better understand their security posture and enable them to take the … Read More

Why do you need a cloud security posture management (CSPM)?

cloud security posture management or CSPM

What is cloud security posture management or CSPM? Cloud security posture management (CSPM) is a key element of cloud data security that scans cloud environments and alerts security teams to configuration vulnerabilities and compliance risks in cloud services.   CSPM automates the identification and restoration of risk across cloud infrastructures, including Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as … Read More

Mitigating cyberattacks with IOAs and IOCs

Paper with Indicator of Attack (IOAs) and Indicator of Compromise (IOCs)

IOA and IOC – what’s the difference and why you should pay attention to them Being able to mitigate cyberattacks is key to business success in today’s digital age. Indicator of Attack (IOAs) and Indicator of Compromise (IOCs) are two important parts of ensuring your network is safe and secure.   IOAs demonstrate the intentions behind a cyberattack and the techniques … Read More