Rapid digital transformation, mass adoption of cloud-based services and migration to home-working were necessary changes for businesses to survive the pandemic that’s held the world captive for the past two years. These dramatic changes over a short period of time presented cybercriminals with new opportunities for exploitation.
The ideal solution to deal with your security woes. Ever heard of a successful breach that didn’t take advantage of a vulnerability in a firm’s cyber security posture? Neither have we! Staying one step ahead of cybercriminals is challenging. Once a vulnerability is identified, there is nothing to stop cybercriminals from trying their luck.
The art world is known for being ahead of the curve, adopting new and interesting technologies to push the boundaries of what we define art to be. Currently, the hottest pieces to land in the art scene are non-fungible tokens, otherwise known as NFTs, which have grown so much in popularity that people are willing to spend incredible amounts on these intangible assets.
How Much Do You Know About Cyber Security Threats? And Is It Enough? At the moment, it seems like everyone is talking about cyber security, and rightly so! As more companies make the shift towards embracing new tech, like cloud-based services to manage their private data and IT infrastructures, it’s natural that protecting that data is going to be the main concern.
Following the global pandemic, the mass migration to remote working was a necessary move. As things have begun to return to the ‘new normal,’ however, we noticed that many sectors are planning to stick with remote and hybrid models of working and are therefore continuing to rely on the use of mobiles and tablets to routinely access corporate data. However, since iOS, Android and Chrome OS devices host a treasure trove of data, there’s an urgent need for these devices to be secured from the growing cyber threat.
The report from the ICO on the ‘surprising’ decline in personal data breaches has certainly opened up a topic of debate, which clearly leads us to think: is our cyber training and education really working?
On 10th August 2021, Poly Network announced in a tweet that it had been attacked. Not only had their network been breached, but the hacker had transferred enormous sums to their addresses right under Poly Network’s nose.
Recently, an infamous threat actor group going by the name of TG1021 or Praying Mantis, has been caught targeting Microsoft IIS servers by exploiting vulnerabilities. In this blog, we’re taking a look at Sygnia’s Incident Response Team’s report on the current events regarding the threat actors activities, how they do it and more importantly, how you can protect yourself.
Tuesday marked the eleventh anniversary of Safer Internet Day – a day dedicated to teaching young people and carers the importance of staying safe online. As usual, as part of this year’s campaign we saw a number of shocking statistics including the fact that nearly a third of all 11-16 year olds say that they have been targeted by mean or cruel behaviour online in the past year. Furthermore, one in twenty 11-16 year olds say that they feel that people are mean to them “most of the time” while online.