Scammers rehash old campaigns, create credit card-stealing websites and repurpose information channels to milk the COVID-19 crisis for all it’s worth. Another week of the COVID-19 pandemic is almost behind us, with countries charting out paths to recovery and in many cases moving to shake off some of the lockdown restrictions. Meanwhile, the crisis has … More It’s no time to let your guard down as coronavirus fraud remains a threat
Attention-grabbing cyberattacks that use fiendish exploits are probably not the kind of threat that should be your main concern – here’s what your organization should focus on instead. When we hear about breaches, we assume that attackers used some never-before-seen, zero-day exploit to breach our defenses. This situation is normally far from the truth. While … More What you may be getting wrong about cybersecurity
October is upon us, reminding us to make choices every day that will scare cybersecurity threats away. For many, October is a month of ghosts and ghouls, witches and wizards, pirates and pumpkins. After all, it culminates in the scariest day of the year – Halloween. However, it’s time not only to prepare for all … More Cyber Security Awareness Month started!
Is it worth evolving to become a Managed Security and Service Provider (MSSP)? The business case seems clear for MSP cybersecurity mastery, but how do you tell when an idea’s time has come? Well, if the volume of stories about Managed Service Providers (MSPs) facing increasingly advanced security threats is any indication, then the time … More More signs that MSPs must master cybersecurity
A reflection on how acknowledging the cumulative nature of cyber-threats and understanding its implications can benefit our digital security. Threat cumulativity is a term I began to use in 2018 to refer to the tendency of new technologies to spawn new threats that add to old threats without displacing them. In this article I give … More What is threat cumulativity and what does it mean for digital security?