Lights, camera, what about security?
Nearly two weeks ago, we released a technical advisory detailing how the TP-Link C200 IP camera could be exposed to the infamous Heartbleed bug. Today, Dale Pavey has released a full blog which delves into discoveries he made while assessing the security of popular Internet Protocol (IP) cameras.
Introducing Generation Cyber: making cyber security accessible for all
At NCC Group we are passionate about shaping a more sustainable future for cyber security and this month, we’re excited to launch our Generation Cyber campaign, which will focus on how cyber security knowledge can be made accessible for all generations.
Security Surgery with Matt Lewis Part Four: How you can make society safer and more secure
As part of our Always On, Always Here campaign, Matt Lewis, Research Director, explains how we can all contribute to making society safer and more secure. Watch the video and get in touch if you want to find out more.
Security Surgery with Matt Lewis Part Three: Connected Health
From typical threats to the impact of COVID-19 and our work to make the sector safer and more secure, Matt Lewis, Research Director, answers questions on connected health in part three of our new security surgery.
NCC Group welcomes DCMS call for evidence to improve consumer IoT security legislation
The UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has released a detailed call for evidence on the legislation that will mandate security requirements for consumer Internet of Things (IoT) devices. NCC Group's global CTO, Ollie Whitehouse, shares his thoughts on this latest development for IoT security.
Security Surgery with Matt Lewis Part Two: A Day in the Life
In this four-part series, Matt Lewis, Research Director, explains how the work we do shapes and secures our society in ways that you might not be aware of. Today, we’re focusing on everyday life. Watch the video or read the Q&A and get in touch if you want to find out more.
Security Surgery with Matt Lewis Part One: Smart Cities
In this four-part series, Matt Lewis, Research Director, explains how the work we do shapes and secures our society in ways that you might not be aware of. Today, we’re focusing on the biggest threats to smart cities and best practices for city planners. Watch the video or read the Q&A and get in touch if you want to find out more.
The Computer Misuse Act (CMA) turns 30 years old
Today marks 30 years since the Computer Misuse Act (CMA) received royal assent in the UK. Since 1990, our physical and cyber worlds have evolved drastically, meaning that the Act is now out of date. To mark this occasion, we sat down with our head of public affairs, Katharina Sommer, to find out more about the CMA – including why we should care about it, and what needs to change.
NCC Group named Authorized Lab by ioXt Alliance to enhance security standards in Internet of Things product development
NCC Group has been named as an Authorized Lab by the ioXt Alliance, the Global Standard for IoT Security and the industry group dedicated to building confidence in Internet of Things products.
As the cyber attack against Australia ramps up, it's time to take action
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has formally addressed Australia this morning, stating that our organisations are being targeted by a sophisticated state-based actor. The Government have attributed the ongoing malicious activity to a nation state actor because of the scale and nature of the targeting and the tradecraft being used. As stated, this activity is not new but increasing. NCC Group has
5 cybersecurity tips for your lockdown exit strategy
NCC Group Technical Director, Lawrence Munro, explains how businesses can strengthen their cyber resilience by applying learnings from lockdown.
Celebrating the launch of the new CyberUp campaign website
Today, the CyberUp campaign - of which NCC Group is a core supporter - has launched its new website. The campaign, made up of a group of UK cyber security firms, academics, legal experts, industry groups, politicians and others, pushes for legal reform of the UK’s Computer Misuse Act, originally introduced in 1990. Click here to join us in helping us make The CMA fit for the 21st century!