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.
Schrems II judgement – what does it mean for privacy and personal data in the UK and US?
In the latest news concerning how the personal data of people in the EU is transferred to the United States, the European Court of Justice has ruled that the protections afforded by the EU-US Privacy Shield are not adequate. In this article, we have simplified the case and decision to help you to understand the changes.
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.
Webinar: Breaking Free From the Hamster Wheel of Third-Party Risk Management
Editor’s note: Looking to get more out of your Third Party Risk Management Program? Be sure to register for our upcoming webinar, “Breaking Free From the Hamster Wheel of Third-Party Risk Management”.
NCC Group providing ongoing threat intelligence on F5 Networks vulnerability
Last week, a new vulnerability which could allow remote compromise of F5 Networks BIG-IP networking devices was disclosed. In the days following the initial disclosure, NCC Group’s Research Intelligence Fusion Team (RIFT) has closely monitored the vulnerability – setting up a honeypot to learn more about the behavior of threat actors.
New whitepaper: How to make threat actors work harder and fail more often
We’ve published a new whitepaper to help organisations build their resilience against cyber attacks, based on insights from our Red Team engagements across the globe.
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.
Risk vs cost: cyber in the face of economic uncertainty
As the Covid recession starts to bite, many organisations will be looking at ways to reduce their costs. Cyber security, beyond pure compliance activities, can often be seen by CFOs as purely a cost, making it a prime candidate for the review and ultimate reduction or removal. But recent research by Portsmouth University in the UK has shown that as GDP falls, criminal activity, including fraud, ri