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The high-stakes, high-traffic days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday promise skyrocketing sales but also lurking cyber attacks
Top trends include ransomware, nation-state attacks and business email compromise
Blogs & Opinions 12.10.2023
The cloud undoubtedly comes with many positives, but it has also led to businesses storing far more data than they need to
The retail sector has made headlines due to many high-profile (and costly) data breaches. What can retailers do to stay clear of the front pages?
Blogs & Opinions 27.07.2023
Government departments are exploiting loopholes to avoid cybersecurity failure disclosures, and increasingly relaxed regulation means they’re getting away with it, bemoans Jon Fielding After five years of GDPR and three years of hybrid working, you’d expect organisations to have improved their data handling and device security. But in the public sector, losses are still […]
Blogs & Opinions 18.07.2023
Data breaches have taken a terrifying turn as cyber criminals stoop to new lows, threatening to expose personal and intimate photos of female data breach victims. Nikki Webb investigates the painful consequences that breach victims face Louise, a resident of South Wales, found herself caught in a web of deceit and fear after her private […]
If you don’t have time to read all 89 pages of the Verizon’s DBIR, Assured Intelligence has pulled out the highlights in a five-minute read
From Americold to SolarWinds, logistics companies have been, and continue to be, vulnerable to cyber attacks. Eugene Yiga investigates
Assured Intelligence has taken a look at some of the companies that have gone out of business due to a cyber-attack to bring you the low-down on what happened in each case.
The ransomware attack on ION is a stark reminder of the increasing cyber threats that financial institutions face.
Attack prevention is a much-talked about area of security, but what happens after a breach takes place?
Clear, concise and transparent communication can help limit the damage to a firm’s reputation following a cyber-attack, but it’s not easy to get right
Blogs & Opinions 18.05.2023
While cybersecurity is a top concern for education institutions, many face resource limitations when it comes to constructing proper cyber defence strategies due to a lack of budget, staff, and technology.
There are three categories of hackers particularly interested in targeting the energy sector. Who are they? And what can be done to protect energy?
Cyber attackers are increasingly banking on poor cybersecurity practices in financial institutions, raking in profits thanks to legacy practices and tech.
Kate O’Flaherty compiles five outrageous cybersecurity predictions for 2023 made by experts with their tongues firmly in their cheeks
Many have been quick to reprehend Royal Mail for its handling of the recent cyber attack. Gordon Smith analyses the response to deliver a verdict on Royal Mail’s operation
It’s hardly setting the world alight by announcing that determining cyber risk is crucial to a successful cybersecurity response. Kathryn Pick helps to identify how an organisation goes about identifying where that risk lies