Who is responsible for keeping my data secure?
As part of our recent Generation Cyber campaign, 43% of respondents told us that they felt that ‘owners of websites or apps’ were responsible for keeping their data secure. But who really is responsible for data security? We asked our head of public affairs, Kat Sommer.
Industrial Advisory Board position at Kings College London for Cristiano Corradini
Cristiano Corradini, Principal Security Consultant based in our Leatherhead office in the UK, has been appointed a position on the Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) at King's College London (KCL).
Your questions and my answers: Incident response
In this blog, we highlight some of the excellent questions asked in our 5 Shortcuts to Your Worst Security Nightmare webinar.
Staying cyber safe at University: tips from recent graduates
How can students keep themselves safe and secure while learning online? We asked two recent graduates at NCC Group, Sophia McCall and Sarah Kingham, to share their top security tips for students starting or returning to their studies at University.
NCC Group launches new Remediate service to strengthen clients’ security postures
Several clients have already taken advantage of the new offer, which provides immediate tactical action and long-term strategic support following testing, audit or breach.
Generation Cyber: How to keep your family safe and secure online
Today, Paul Vlissidis, Technical Director and Senior Adviser at NCC Group, takes us through his top tips for taking a proactive approach to staying safe online.
Helping developers get approved to use Google and Facebook platforms securely
By Joel Scambray, VP of Application Security, North AmericaIn recent months, we’ve observed a pretty dramatic increase in major platform providers mandating that third-party app developers meet specific security and privacy requirements. NCC Group is proud to be an approved provider to some of these programs: Google OAuth API Verification Program Facebook Workplace Security Review Process Alexa Bu
The anti-cheat battle: who will be the winners in the electronic gaming world?
As the video gaming industry continues to grow, cheating remains a big problem – but what is the solution? In this article, Richard Appleby explores how the anti-cheat battle might play out.
Humans are fallible! Why training improves your response quality
Being able to quickly detect that something truly bad is happening in your company and being able to respond and recover, requires much more than having fine print and advanced SIEM or SOC capabilities with all kinds of detection rules and use cases. It requires human beings acting, reacting, coordinating and daring to make quick decisions within a very short amount of time.
Treat others how you want to be treated
Crystal Robinson is a bid coordinator based in our Manchester office. Crystal wrote this blog not long after the murder of George Floyd and is the inspiration behind our NCC Conversations series, which aims to help colleagues talk about our wider inclusion and diversity programme. This blog explains what being Black means personally to Crystal.
NCC Group becomes a Friend of This Can Happen to support mental wellbeing in the workplace
Forging partnerships is an important part of our commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals - in particular to the goal: Good Health and Wellbeing. We're underpinning our global mental wellbeing programme, by learning and listening from wider industry peers.