A look back at news, views and more over the past couple of weeks, taken from our last Cyber Security Insights newsletter and other sources.
Catch up on the latest threats, research, advice and events – in fact, all things cyber – at your convenience.
NCSC outlines future of security research. The new Sociotechnical Problem Book sheds light on how security research must evolve holistically in the future – download it from the link in the blog. Read more
We’ve strengthened our Professional Services team. We’re actively recruiting, even in challenging times, and are delighted to welcome Tim Ogle, Head of Professional Services, to our talented team. Tim brings extensive experience in cyber security and strategy to our Professional Services clients.
APS: another first for Reliance acsn. We’re proud to announce that we’re the first cyber security company to be awarded the Association of Professional Sales (APS) Investor in Sales Award. Learn about the APS’s vision and values here. Read more
Supply chain attack on the rise. Your partners’ and suppliers’ IT can be an attack route into your systems. 92% of US and 80% of other companies have been hit. Could you be next? Read more
Will COVID weaken compliance? Has remote working caused CISOs to take their eye off the cyber security compliance ball? This article explores possible impacts moving forward. Read more
Virtual Cyber Security & Fraud Summit, London. Adapt and balance productivity, accessibility, and security, as traditional security layers lose value. Virtual event, October 20. Read more
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Ransomware kills! The world has seen the first confirmed case of a death directly caused by a cyber attack. £500k has been provisioned to help protect healthcare providers. Read more
Windows Server flaw: emergency directive. Anyone with local access to a network could obtain domain admin credentials. US cyber security agency CISA takes drastic action. Read more
Your biggest security risk: your kids? 71% of children have ’helped’ parents with technical issues on their computers, says new research. It could all end in tears… Read more