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.
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.
“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.
Research spotlight: Hardware and embedded systems
We recently published our annual research report – a look back at our work over the last year. In our follow up research spotlight series, we’re looking into some of the key areas in a little more detail – and in this instalment, we hear from Rob Wood, technical vice president at NCC Group, for more on our research into hardware and embedded systems.
The cyber landscape in 2021 and beyond: an opportunity to learn from the present
Our global CTO, Ollie Whitehouse, shares his thoughts on the future of the cyber landscape, including how we can strengthen society’s resilience against threats and create regulatory and legislative regimes fit for the digital age across the globe.
Using OSINT to reunite families in the 2020 Missing Persons Hackathon
On Thursday, 29 October, a small team from NCC Group APAC joined over 100 other teams to take part in the 2020 National Missing Persons Hackathon. The Hackathon is run by Trace Labs, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to reunite missing persons with their families while training members in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
A day in the life of a virtual CISO: speaking the board’s language
What can you learn from being a virtual CISO? NCC Group senior advisor, Joss Howard, provides her insight into the world of a virtual CISO and key lessons around how security teams can speak the same language as their board.
FAQs on how to prepare for, prevent or detect a hack
On 30 July 2020, NCC Group Australia held a webinar on Cyber incident Response Planning, explaining how to prepare for, prevent or detect a hack. This blog provides responses to the Q&A questions asked by attendees during the webinar.