Incident Response

June 7, 2017
A shoe about to trip on a slippery banana peel, signifying insurance

Insurers put some skin in the game with cyber risk policies

Should you have cyber insurance? That’s not a frivolous question any longer. The risks of ransomware, CEO fraud, data breaches or denial of service attacks are […]
May 12, 2017

Guide to Preventing Ransomware

At BH Consulting we’ve been working on a guide with key recommendations to prevent infections by ransomware. In light of today’s mass ransomware infections, we are […]
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 […]
November 6, 2015

TalkTalk hack 'only' affected 157,000 customers

Things at TalkTalk are bad. Real bad. But not quite as bad as first thought. I am of course referring to the news that ‘only’ 157,000 […]
November 2, 2015

Communication key as UK and US banks prepare for Operation Resilient Shield

Following on from the two Waking Shark trials conducted over the last few years, the largest UK banks are once again set to face a simulated cyber […]
June 5, 2015

Majority Of Data Breach Incidents Not Reported To ICO

According to ViaSat UK, a specialist security and communications company, the number of breaches of the Data Protection Act reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office only represent a tiny […]
April 28, 2009

Fight for Kisses – Lessons for Infosec

A friend emailed me a link to the video below.  It is a very amusing advert for a gents shaving product highlighting how babies can monopolise their […]
January 29, 2009

More Details of Heartland's Breach Emerge

More details available as to how the breach occurred at Heartland resulting in potentialy the biggest breach ever of nearly 100m credit card transactions.  Investigators discovered […]