People are not the problem. They are part of the solution.

People are not the problem. They are part of the solution.

A follow-up to a previous post on harnessing the power of people in our fight against cybercrime My previous article highlighted some interesting statistics According to a Mozilla, 91% of people still “don’t know much about protecting themselves online.”...
Why cybercrime success continues to soar

Why cybercrime success continues to soar

Cybercrime and cybercrime success are both on the up. To stand any chance of meaningfully reducing cybercrime, we need to call on an underused resource Today’s cyber criminals have it easy At least, that’s what newspaper headlines seem to suggest. “Companies struggle...
A new weapon for businesses seeking to combat cyber crime

A new weapon for businesses seeking to combat cyber crime

How businesses can make use of a cyber defence governments have relied on for years Are you aware of what happened on the 7th September last year? At Vienna airport, a group of Turkish nationals began protesting. Their flight had been grounded and, without visas...
The Optimism Bias In Cyber Security

The Optimism Bias In Cyber Security

The optimism bias is an age-old human trait essential to our well being. The optimism bias in cyber security, however, causes security problems… In 2015, financial services giant Prudential ran an experiment they called ‘magnets’. The company labelled a series...
GDPR Compliance Checklists Leave Us Vulnerable To Data Breaches

GDPR Compliance Checklists Leave Us Vulnerable To Data Breaches

GDPR compliance has become a key goal for businesses around the globe. But those hoping to achieve GDPR compliance are missing the point entirely – and are probably vulnerable to large-scale data breaches as a result. From 25 May 2018, GDPR comes into play. As the...