Human beings are complex creatures of habit. We do the things we do, by and large, because that’s the way that we’ve always done them. The same can be said of cultures in our society and even in the organisations for which we work. In terms of long-term business viability, culture is everything — especially … Continue reading Security Culture
Let’s admit it, we all live in the digital age, no matter what you do or who you work for, information, and communications are an integral part of our lives and successes of our economy. Emails keep your company connected; important charts, data and figures keep your projects competitive. In the wrong hands, however, all … Continue reading Do you have a comprehensive security awareness program?
All organisations rely heavily on the internet, investing significant resources as a means to compete in today’s global marketplace. This investment in the internet, however, exposes organisations to risks and threats that result in major losses such as financial, intellectual property and reputation. To protect from these adverse risks and threats, organisations often resort to … Continue reading Security awareness is a joke
The WannaCry’s encryption scheme works by generating a pair of keys on the victim’s computer that rely on prime numbers, a “public” key and a “private” key for encrypting and decrypting the system’s files respectively. To prevent the victim from accessing the private key and decrypting locked files himself, WannaCry erases the key from the system, leaving … Continue reading WannaCry Ransomware Decryption Keys
Social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, are amazing resources, allowing you to meet, interact and share with people around the world However, all this power also brings risk for you, your family, friends and employer. In this newsletter, we explain what these dangers are and how to use these sites securely and safely. Privacy: A common … Continue reading Social media Tips