Organisations paying off post-pandemic compliance debt in 2021, according to NCC Group
Budget cuts, redundancies, delays to cyber resilience projects and increased remote working in the last 12 months could all have increased organisations’ risk of a cyber attack in 2021, according to new research into cyber security decision makers from NCC Group.
NCC Group Europe's Danish entity accredited with Splunk Elite partner status.
NCC Group, a global leader in Managed Detection and Response, has had its Managed Services operations in Denmark and the Nordic Region recognised by Splunk who have granted the highest level of their partnership programme.
NCC Group Annual Research Report
We’ve published our 2020 Annual Research Report, summarizing our security research findings from across the nearly 200 conference publications, blog posts, and tool releases published by our researchers between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020.
Spotlight on cyber security as a science
Evidence-based cyber resilience decisions can make a quantifiable difference when it comes to material improvements for the global business community, and for society as a whole. While we are still in the foothills of this becoming common practice, our global CTO, Ollie Whitehouse, explores the way that our approach to security is changing.
Insight: Florida city’s water supply attack
Last week officials in a Florida City said that hackers had accessed its water supply and upped sodium hydroxide levels to extremely dangerous levels. NCC Group’s Damon Small and Jim McKenney take us through what happened and share recommendations on what organisations can do to help prevent such attacks.
Interim results for the six months ended 30 November 2020
Today NCC Group reports its half year results for the six months to 30 November 2020 ("the half year", "H1 2021", "the period").
NCC Group and UK Small Charities Coalition celebrate one year of cyber partnership
NCC Group, is celebrating one year of its formal partnership with the UK’s Small Charities Coalition (SCC), which began with the sole aim of boosting the cyber resilience of small charities across the UK.
Ransoms and beyond
As attackers take advantage of the recent rapid digital transformation and move to remote working, Managing Security Consultant, Kenneth Yu, takes a look at some of the most commonly exploited services for ransomware attacks.
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.
Introducing our Mental Health First Aiders
January can be a challenging month for everyone and supporting our colleagues’ wellbeing is the number one priority to us. Earlier this week we announced the launch of our new Mental Health First Aider network to colleagues across the Group. With over 40+ MHFAs globally, we’re providing a network of trained volunteers equipped to guide and support any of our colleagues who may need help.
Helping SMEs to zero in on the risks
We take a look at what SMEs should be thinking about as they revisit and re-evaluate the decisions that were made if they were forced to accelerate their digital transformation last year.