NCC Conversations: Watching standard definition in a world of fully immersive HD
As part of our NCC Conversations series last month with a focus on Neurodiversity, Sherief Hammad, writes about the struggles and coping mechanisms of those without dyslexia in this fabulously witty blog.
NCC Conversations: My life with Dyslexia
“Typically, I will forget most of the day once it’s over, apart from the more interesting bits." As part of our NCC Conversations series last month with a focus on Neurodiversity, Robin Southern, Security Consultant at NCC Group, has written a fantastic blog, going into detail on how dyslexia and short term memory loss impacted his childhood and helped him on his journey to where he is now.
Introducing NCC Conversations: A safe space to talk
As part of our Inclusion and Diversity programme here at NCC Group, we introduced our NCC Conversations series to help us to drive dialogue around a number of important topics that our colleagues care about. In September, we turned the spotlight to dyslexia as part of our focus on neurodiversity. You can find out more here.
Five questions you should be asking about your business’ cyber resilience
Joss Howard, senior advisor at NCC Group shares the five questions she thinks businesses should be asking themselves in order to build a robust cyber security posture.
Advice: The risk of malicious social media account takeovers
We look at the risks of social media account takeover and how businesses can protect themselves. With tips on how to make accounts as secure as possible.
Online Casino Roulette: spinning the wheel of misfortune
In our latest research, we turn our attention to the online roulette industry with a useful guide for those who build, maintain and test online roulette systems, detailing different types of online roulette, their potential vulnerabilities and the ways to detect them.
Startups don’t need cyber security (or do they?)
By Sourya Biswas, Principal Security Consultant, NCC GroupEvery new day seems to reveal news of yet another data breach or ransomware attack. CNET published a great article towards the end of 2019 cataloging the major data breaches last year. While I won’t name any names, there are some very recognizable brands on that list. These breaches spanned multiple attack vectors—software misconfiguration,
With good threat intelligence it’s still possible to do security well, even on a tighter budget
Matt Hull, Cyber Threat Intelligence Manager, explains how organisations can get more out of their security budgets by applying good cyber threat intelligence.
Generation Cyber: we want to hear from you!
As part of our Generation Cyber campaign, we want to make cyber security advice and information more accessible for all. And we want your view!
Why actions speak louder than words this R U OK? Day
September 10 is R U OK? Day in Australia, a national day of action to remind us to check in on our loved ones. This year, with so many struggling around the world, it goes further than simply asking the question. Here are some things you can do to support loved ones, friends and colleagues in 2020.
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) updates four-year plan
Joss Howard, senior advisor, NCC Group comments on the news that Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has updated its four-year plan acknowledging the tumultuous year so far.
20 years of research at NCC Group
NCC Group’s research forms a big part our mission to make the world safer and more secure. Today, we’re taking the opportunity to look back and point you to some of the research we’ve published over the last 20 years, and shine a light on some of the great outputs we have been excited and proud to showcase over the last year.