Information Security Policies: Knowing Who and How to Trust

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After reading my previous post, you may think that greedy/evil/incompetent co-workers are a few steps away from causing data-breach related havoc. And that feeling in the pit of your stomach is the realisation that it might be your own actions (or indeed lack thereof) may have played a part.

When it comes to insider threat, we have to acknowledge that we all sit somewhere along the spectrum. Not only that, but the more senior we are and ...

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Why bother hacking when firms keep leaving the doors wide open?

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If your company suffered a data breach, wouldn’t it be at least a bit comforting if you knew it was because an army of criminal geniuses had spent months trying to penetrate your fortress-like defences?

Imagine the effort they must have gone through. They’ve tried every form of phishing, spearphishing, smishing, vishing and whaling. They’ve sent fake printer and HVAC engineers to try to penetrate the data centers. They’ve tried to get their spies recruited to ...

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