Jill T

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by Jill T, on 10/09/2021 1:18:32 PM

A new troubling remote code execution vulnerability has been discovered that affects customers using Office 365 and Office 2019 on Windows 10 and is already being exploited by malicious actors …

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Topics:Threat Advisory

by Jill T, on 18/08/2021 4:01:02 PM

If you were to ask us what the main cybersecurity mistakes organisations routinely make were, the one where businesses rely on their everyday IT team or providers to also perform …

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Topics:ComplianceRansomwaremanaged security services

by Jill T, on 22/06/2021 11:18:46 AM

The fact that ransomware is continuing to be a prolific threat probably isn’t news to those of you in the world of cybersecurity – however we know that most organisations …

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Topics:ComplianceRansomwareregulations

by Jill T, on 10/06/2021 5:06:25 PM

It’s always a great day for someone who loves reading reports when the annual Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) gets released. However, we know not everyone enjoys reading 119 …

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Topics:data breachVerizon DBIRReport Roundup

by Jill T, on 02/02/2021 10:36:23 AM

As most companies come fully back into the office from the holiday period and Australia adjusts into a “COVID normal” routine, many organisations are in a place to plan strategy …

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Topics:FundamentalsRisk AssessmentPhishingCompliancePenetration TestSecure Remote WorkGovernance

by Jill T, on 08/12/2020 9:43:01 AM

Like all areas of business this year, it’s important for organisations to get up-to-date information about the current state of ongoing cyber threats in the wake of changes due to …

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Topics:Ransomware

by Jill T, on 05/11/2020 1:11:42 PM

By now we’re all aware that COVID-19 has changed the way we work. Organisations have had to adjust their ICT environments to accommodate the mandated work-from-home requirements, and these adjustments …

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Topics:Risk AssessmentPenetration TestCloud SecuritySecure Remote WorkGovernance

Finally, an actionable blog

The purpose of this blog is to make available the real-world lessons, experience, observations and mistakes that are part of the daily life of a group of cyber security professionals.

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  • What mistakes organisations are making (anonymously of course!)
  • What effective actions are available to quickly and economically achieve effective protection (without buying new kit)
  • Trends we're seeing, via our incident response and forensic investigation capabilities
  • And sometimes, just frustrations about what is wrong with cyber :|

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