Weekly Security Headlines: WannaCry Spillover, Mickey Mouse Hacked, DocuSign Phishing and 560 Million Passwords

Not surprisingly, WannaCry remained top of mind last week. We’re sure you’re doing everything you can to patch your environment and prevent similar ransomware attacks in the future. Here are some WannaCry headlines (and other security news) that caught our eye last week.   WannaCry Rolls On According to the Dark Reading article WannaCry’s ‘Kill […]

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GDPR/NIS Countdown: How Ready Are Organisations to Get Their Cybersecurity in Order for the Next Decade?

This month marks the start of the 12-month countdown for organisations to be ready to comply with either – or in some cases both – the General Data Protection Regulations or the NIS Directive becoming law in Europe on the 25th and 10th of May 2018, respectively. Whether you have started working towards compliance in […]

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A Management System for the Cloud – Why Your Organization Should Consider ISO 27018

Cloud computing technologies have revolutionized the way organizations manage and store their information.  Where companies used to house and maintain their own data, a host of organizations have now made the switch to a cloud-based model due to the ease of use and cost-saving benefits promised by the cloud. But what is a cloud without […]

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