Security for operational technology: Part 2 Issue 6 2021, Wolfpack Information Risk, Editor's Choice, Industrial (Industry) The recent cyber-attack on Transnet is a wake-up call that South African companies are not immune from cyber threats. The incident impacted logistics on a national scale.
Your people, the first and last line of defence Issue 6 2021, Gijima Specialised Solutions (GSS) The human element should never be underestimated in cybersecurity planning as a simple ‘innocent’ click by an employee can open a loophole for cybercriminals to access the whole organisation’s network system.
The bold decisions CISOs need to make today Issue 6 2021 CISOs are entering a golden period of opportunity to take decisive action to shape their security strategy for the future of work, says Kevin Brown, managing director, BT Security.
Cyber criminals adapt to deceive Issue 6 2021, J2 Software Implementing DMARC standards can protect your brand from being impersonated, maintaining open communication and a managed user awareness training programme will help your people identify attacks before they lead to compromise.
People as a risk factor Issue 6 2021 To put it bluntly, people are the weakest link at the organisation. The distributed working environment has made implementing effective security solutions an incredibly complex undertaking.
Protecting business from ransomware at the edge Issue 4 2021 It might not always be possible to prevent ransomware from infecting remote networks, however, a robust backup and disaster recovery strategy can get the business back on track if systems are locked down.
How safe are our factories? Issue 5 2021, Wolfpack Information Risk, Industrial (Industry) In this, the first part of a series on cybersecurity for operational technology, Bryan Baxter asks how safe our factories are from cyber threats.
Managing a breach or ‘dirty’ network Issue 5 2021, Editor's Choice Nasser Bostan, head of security sales, Middle East and Africa, BT, shares BT’s insights gleaned from the SolarWinds incident and offers recommendations for organisations to step up their cybersecurity strategies.
Protecting your workforce Issue 5 2021, J2 Software With Workforce Cyber Intelligence, organisations can reduce legal liability by identifying the personal online activities that put the enterprise at risk, while still protecting employee privacy.
USBs threats are back Issue 4 2021 Kaspersky has uncovered a rare, wide-scale advanced persistent threat (APT) campaign; initial infection occurs via spear-phishing emails containing a malicious Word document and can then spread to other hosts through removable USB drives.
Top 10 security misperceptions Issue 4 2021, Security Services & Risk Management The Sophos Rapid Response team has compiled a list of the most commonly held security misperceptions they’ve encountered in the last 12 months while neutralising and investigating cyberattacks in a wide range of organisations.
Top cybersecurity considerations for SMEs in 2021 Issue 3 2021, News Cisco has published its 2021 SMB Security Outcomes Study, highlighting what SMB leaders are doing to thrive in today's ever-evolving threat landscape, as well as offering actionable insights on where they should focus.
Local cyber is global Issue 4 2021 Understanding the risks and how cybercriminals implement their attacks allows Performanta to prepare customers for a proactive security posture against these threats.
Cybersecurity in the physical security world Issue 4 2021, Technews Publishing, Milestone Systems, Axis Communications SA, AVeS Cyber Security, Vox , Editor's Choice, Integrated Solutions, IT infrastructure Hi-Tech Security Solutions, in partnership with Milestone Systems, hosted a round table discussion to find out about the trends and realities and the importance of cybersecurity in the physical security and IoT world.
Design for the users, not against them Issue 4 2021, Editor's Choice, IT infrastructure Security is an evolving process, a liquid and malleable evolution that engages with user, technology and system to ensure absolute security coherence, says Henk Olivier, MD of Ozone Information Technology Distribution.
Automation and AI in security Issue 4 2021, Editor's Choice, Commercial (Industry) It’s important for businesses to have an internal strategy for automation and AI as these can relate to both cybersecurity and other parts of the business and provide a benchmark for evaluating the security vendor.