Breach Disclosure

October 26, 2018
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EU Cyber Security Month roundup – advice on staying secure

During October, BH Consulting has been sharing daily advice about digital security and privacy on its social media channels as part of EU Cyber Security Month. […]
October 16, 2018
Taking notes of a plan

Dublin Information Sec 2018: take note of this advice to embed lessons from a data breach

When assembling an incident response team, it’s worth including someone whose job is to take notes. It might seem like a small point, but it’s a […]
September 25, 2018
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Security newsround: September 2018

We round up interesting research and reporting about security developments from around the web. This month: the devastation from NotPetya, a sound idea for authentication, help […]
July 10, 2018
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Security newsround: July 2018

We round up reporting and research from across the web about the latest security news and developments. This month: stress test for infosec leaders, cybercrime by […]
April 13, 2018
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Security newsround: April 2018

We round up reporting and research from across the web about the latest security news. This month: privacy palaver at Facebook, a cyberattack with explosive intent, […]
January 16, 2018
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Reporting for duty: how sharing information helps to tackle cybercrime

In the physical world, people report burglaries to law enforcement all the time. Although some individual crimes may go unsolved because of size or volume, reporting […]
April 18, 2017

Time to remove ‘cyberattack’ from the infosecurity incident response manual?

In March, editors at the Associated Press Stylebook officially proclaimed that the word cyberattack is “greatly overused”, and clarified that the term should only be employed […]
January 12, 2016

Data thieves – ignore, slap on the wrist or jail?

I wrote yesterday about Onur Kopcak and the arguably draconian prison sentence he received for engaging in a spot of identity theft, concluding (in my own […]