UK PRA publishes rules for outsourcing and third-party risk management
This week, the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) published rules on outsourcing and third-party risk management. Following on from our ‘Spotlight on’ piece, our global managing director – software resilience at NCC Group, Simon Fieldhouse, reacts to this news.
DCMS Cyber Security Breaches Survey: cyber risks heightened by Covid-19
The UK's Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has released its latest Cyber Security Breaches Survey. In this newsroom article, we break down the key findings and our global CTO Ollie Whitehouse offers up his thoughts on what the results mean.
NCC Group’s MDR solution listed as a ‘strong performer’ by independent research firm.
A leading analyst firm has published its 2021 MDR report that also includes NCC Group, listing the global cyber security firm as a ‘strong performer’. In the report, the firm evaluates the top vendors within the fast-moving, cluttered and convoluted MDR marketplace.NCC Group announced that Forrester Research Inc. has published it’s 2021 MDR Wave report, which lists global cyber security firm NCC G
Spotlight on the UK’s new operational resilience regulation
After years of consultation, the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) is set to publish new rules on outsourcing and third-party risk management this month. In our ‘Spotlight on’ series, Simon Fieldhouse explores what this means for the sector, its resilience, and the pace of digital transformation.
Discover View, NCC Group's new enhanced secure depositing portal
We’ve invested in our new enhanced online deposit management portal, View to ensure that managing software resilience is as simple, secure and streamlined as possible for our software vendor partners and end users.
Integrated Review: the UK’s future as a cyber power
The UK government has released its Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy, which sets out a framework for policy in the coming years that will help shape the nation’s position on the global stage. Our global CTO, Ollie Whitehouse reacts to this news.
Research spotlight: Hardware and embedded systems
We recently published our annual research report – a look back at our work over the last year. In our follow up research spotlight series, we’re looking into some of the key areas in a little more detail – and in this instalment, we hear from Rob Wood, technical vice president at NCC Group, for more on our research into hardware and embedded systems.
NCC Group strengthens FinTechs’ cyber resilience with Ashurst FinTech Legal Labs partnership
We’ve partnered with Ashurst FinTech Legal Labs, the business accelerator programme provided by global law firm Ashurst, to strengthen cyber resilience across FinTech businesses.
CIRT EU looking to expand
Exciting things are happening here at NCC Group. As the number of cyber-attacks around the world keeps rising, so does the need for incident response and forensic experts to even the score. That's why we are expanding our Global CIRT capabilities in Europe by creating two new 24/7 hubs: one in Copenhagen, Denmark and one in Munich, Germany. The expansion entails an increase of our specialist expe
Inge Bryan: Strong encryption indispensable for our security
A broad coalition of technology companies, civil society organizations and privacy advocates in The Netherlands is deeply concerned about plans by the Minister of Justice to weaken encryption. These parties, including Fox-IT, have joined forces calling on the next cabinet to continue to encourage the development, availability and application of all forms of encryption.Inge Bryan, Managing Director
Celebrating IWD: Interviews with just some of the inspirational women who make NCC Group
At NCC Group, we recognise that there is much to be done to address the gender imbalance not just within the business, but across the wider cyber security industry. To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, our Gender Steering Committee has collated stories from some of our many inspirational women across the Group.
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.