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Why Cyber Security is the New Health and Safety

Many people view the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 as unnecessary and burdensome, but its introduction has had a dramatic impact on reducing accidents in the workplace, particularly within industrial settings. This blog was originally posted by our ... »

Phishing Testing: Building Your Human Firewall

Phishing is becoming a major threat vector for organizations all around the world. Phishing is the exercise of sending illegitimate emails designed to elicit a response from the end user, whether that’s clicking on a link that infects them with ... »

Malicious ‘Back to School’-Themed Apps Target Young Users Who Don’t Know Better

Bad actors are constantly looking for ways to target unsuspecting users with malware or other digital threats. To increase the likelihood of a successful infection, these nefarious individuals incorporate holidays, current events and significant dates into their attack campaigns. And ... »

Foundational Controls for Common Attacks

In January 2017, Tripwire completed a survey of 403 IT Security professionals about the most common attacks and how prepared organizations are to defend against them. You can read about the details here. There are two important conclusions from the ... »

Taming the Great Disruptor: How Managing Change Can Bolster Your Security

Did you know China is having a hard time hiring hackers to meet the demand of vulnerable U.S. security systems? Okay, well… that might be a fictional story published by satirical newspaper The Onion. But it does highlight an important ... »