To stay secure and comply with regulations, businesses must regularly test their assets for vulnerabilities. There are several ways to do this and the results can vary greatly in quality. We’re going to narrow it down for you and take a look at two of the big players.
It’s that time of year again, where we try to shed the festive pounds and look to the year ahead. 2020 promises to be an interesting time for cybersecurity in financial services. Not least because of Brexit and the US presidential election. Here’s our essential cybersecurity in 2020 lowdown.
Travelex’s ransomware attack is an all too familiar story. An organization – large or small – falls victim to cybercriminals who lock their system and demand a ransom before they give back control. But what exactly is ransomware and how can you avoid becoming a victim?
Trusting your penetration testers will give you the best value from your security test. Work with your pen testers and not against them.
Organisations in the financial industry hold a large amount of sensitive data on their customers which can make them a prime target to cyber criminals. The more sensitive the data the larger the target your organisation can become.
We’ve been working with financial and insurance companies getting them in-line with the GDPR and we’re answering the most common questions asked are around data retention and the right to be forgotten.