Spotlight on the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Technology Risk Management Guidelines
As part of our ‘Spotlight on’ series, we have been delving into the topic of operational resilience and third-party risk management within financial institutions. In this installment, Simon Fieldhouse, global managing director – Software Resilience, offers his insight into the latest version of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Technology Risk Management (TRM) guidelines.
So you want to work in cyber security?
There are many different types of jobs in cyber security. In this blog, Sourya Biswas, Technical Director here at NCC Group, gives some pointers for the different areas people may want to consider when thinking of a career in cyber security.
Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) – 5 key challenges to prepare for
The EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) is expected to come into effect in 2023. DORA aims to simplify and update the rules on ICT risk management in the face of rapid technology adoption. Here we take a look at the key challenges organisations will face in order to comply.
Executive Analysis: How to effectively respond to a ransomware attack in four key steps
In the latest issue of Insight Space, Lloyd Brough explains how to effectively respond to a ransomware attack in four key steps.
Microsoft Exchange: analysing the geopolitics
Christo Butcher, global lead for threat intelligence at NCC Group and Fox-IT, outlines the motivations behind the Microsoft Exchange attack and analyses the significance of Western authorities’ accusation of China as responsible.
Spyware for sale: what happens next?
When reports emerged of individuals being targeted by Pegasus spyware, it raised a host of ethical and moral questions around the impact of spyware and how it might affect the world in the future. Here, our global CTO, Ollie Whitehouse, explores what comes next.
Executive Viewpoint: Defending your organisation from ransomware
In this executive viewpoint, Tim Rawlins discusses how the ransomware threat landscape is becoming increasingly complex, and what you can do to defend your organisation.
Securing the connected cars of the future
As the autonomy of connected vehicles increases and systems become more complex, this leads to more software vulnerabilities. Andy Davis, Global Transport Practice Director at NCC Group, gives us his insight into securing the connected cars of the future.
“Knock, knock! It’s the Covid inspectors!”
As workforces return to the office, there are a number of physical security considerations organisations need to make. In this blog, Jan Hutchins explores new tactics that could be used to breach offices, and what businesses can to do to protect themselves.
A Whole New World
It is no secret that the physical security world has taken a back seat during the pandemic, but now, as we return to the work place, secure environments face a new challenge. Here, we explore some of the key things for organisations to consider with the return back to the office.
Executive Analysis: Three actions to reduce your cyber security skills gap
Stephen Bailey looks at why despite multiple initiatives to address the cyber security skills gap in the last decade, it is still a major problem for organisations and how internal skills shortages are one of the main security challenges organisations are facing over the next six months.