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A Quieter patch Tuesday this month – but do not ignore

A quieter patch Tuesday!

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We have a record number of patches, 150, released today and an additional 22 released since March’s Patch Tuesday. This brings the total number of patches for the past month to (…drum roll…) 172 vulnerabilities

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Phishing, Vishing, BEC

How social engineering attempts to catch us all out, and make us do things we wouldn’t ordinarily do.

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Banks and Financial Institutions have always been rich pickings for the cyber criminal. And will continue to be so…….

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If you have nightmares about your business suffering a cyber security breach, you probably think about shadowy criminals out there on the dark web.

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A year that’s seen security breaches in organisations ranging from Microsoft to the Red Cross shows us that no-one is safe from cyber-criminals.

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Ransomware attacks on financial services organisations, such as banks and investment firms, have risen sharply over the past year.

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Have you ever had to search for an email another organisation claimed to have sent you, only to find it languishing in your spam folder? That can be annoying — but imagine if it were the other way round. What if it were your emails being marked as spam? In general, the efforts organisations put…

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In 2021 alone, email spoofing and phishing increased by 220%.  And despite billions having been invested into perimeter and endpoint security over the last two years, phishing and business email compromise (BEC) scams continue to be the primary attack vectors into organizations, often giving threat actors the toehold they need to wreak havoc on companies…

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So just how many SMBs discuss cyber security at a board level? When was the last time you actually had a meeting with your current service provider around cyber security strategy and controls?

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Passwords are not going away any time soon. It is an ubiquitous authentication method deeply entrenched in legacy and modern apps and websites.

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5 Essential Cyber Security Pointers for Small Business

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What You Should Demand From Your Security Awareness Training?

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Cyberattacks targeting Ukraine

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Cyber Essentials — Should It Be Mandated in SMBs

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IT’S NOT UNCOMMON FOR COMPANIES TO EXPERIENCE CYBERATTACKS, A SINGLE SUCCESSFUL ATTACK IS POTENTIALLY DEVASTATING.

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WHY IT’S A BIG DEAL AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

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WELL TECHNICALLY THE ANSWER IS: BOTH.

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EVER HEARD OF THE TROJAN HORSE?

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THINK YOUR BUSINESS IS TOO SMALL TO BE A VICTIM? THESE STATS WILL MAKE YOU THINK AGAIN…

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PHISHING IS A TECHNIQUE USED BY HACKERS TO GAIN ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION, SUCH AS USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS.

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IN A SHORT MATTER OF TIME RANSOMEWARE HAS BECOME A HUGE THREAT AND FOUND ITS WAY INTO EVERY NOOK AND CRANNY OF THE WORKING WORLD.

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TECHNOLOGY IS A GREAT WAY TO MANAGE YOUR BUSINESS, BUT IT CAN ALSO BE THE DOWNFALL OF YOUR ORGANISATION.

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YOU’RE IN THE MIDDLE OF A STAFF MEETING WHEN YOUR PHONE RINGS. IT’S YOUR TECH SUPPORT TEAM.

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As law enforcement agencies conduct global operations against ransomware gangs, the number of incidents continue to rise unabated

Controversial?

Fujitsu is set to receive a further £180m in taxpayers’ cash to extend its contract to run the controversial Post Office Horizon IT system for a further five years.

Google's AI provided wrong answers, Okta warned of credential stuffing, Canada shut down two tech firms, attackers delivered malware with Stack Overflow, Telefónica is probing a breach, Iberdrola was breached and RansomHub said it attacked Christie's.

The ShinyHunters hacking group has shared the details of an alleged hack of Ticketmaster and Live Nation and is selling the data for a one-time price of US$500,000. https://buff.ly/3VjAA3b

Threat actors have been observed making use of fake websites masquerading as legitimate antivirus solutions from Avast, Bitdefender, and Malwarebytes to propagate malware capable of stealing sensitive information from Android and Windows devices.

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