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Managing Insider Threats: Why Context is Critical

The subject of ‘The Insider Threat’ is fast rising up on the corporate agenda. While you might think a company’s own employees would be less likely to pose security risks than external attackers, a recent analysis by Computing has found that this type of threat was a...
Posted On 04 Jul 2019
Josh Lefkowitz
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Bringing Security Intelligence to the Board

Data breaches are costly. According to a recent study conducted by The Ponemon Institute, the average breach costs an organisation $3.86 million. A separate study found that, although the share price of breach-affected companies shows its sharpest drop 14 days after the breach is...
Posted On 29 May 2019
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NCA: 181,000 UK offenders fuelling “chronic and corrosive” threat from serious and organised crime

There are at least 181,000 offenders linked to serious and organised crime in the UK, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has revealed, as it launches its most comprehensive study yet of the deadliest threats facing the nation. The figure – more than twice the strength of the regular...
Posted On 14 May 2019
Glenn Lemons
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Why Executive Protection Teams Need Finished Intelligence

For executive protection teams tasked with safeguarding business leaders in what is now an increasingly complex threat landscape, having rapid access to relevant information is essential. However, as more threat actors shift operations online – and often to illicit,...
Posted On 22 Jan 2019
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BSI Espion examines growing trend of Dark Web monitoring for leaked corporate data

BSI Espion believes the growth of legitimate service providers who trawl the hidden web for leaked corporate data further illustrates the complex and perplexing information security challenges organisations can face in today’s world.  The Dark Web (which is part of the Deep...
Posted On 15 Nov 2016
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“Banking malware accounts for 41% of recorded cyber attacks” warns Action Fraud

In a recent report run by Action Fraud and the City of London Police, it has been found that banking malware now accounts for over 40% of recorded malware infections* in the UK. Banking malware is a type of software used by cyber criminals to target online bank account...
Posted On 24 May 2016