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Security Analyst Spotlight Series: Adam Cook

Organizations rely on our cyber intelligence analysts to be an extension of their security team. Our global team of analysts provide relevant threat research, much needed context, tailored remediation advice and managed takedown support to make our clients’ jobs easier and more efficient. Crucially, by having analysts within the intelligence and collection cycle, we’re able to minimize […]

Threats to the 2018 Football World Cup: Traditional Rules or a New Style of Play?

The tension and excitement that precedes all global sporting events is beginning to build towards the start of this year’s Football World Cup in Russia. Levels of expectation will vary between nations, teams and fans alike; however, those concerned with the cyber-related risks surrounding sporting events may need to consider altering their defensive tactics. Typical […]

Don’t Break the Internet, Fix Your Smart Devices

The Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, which targeted DynDNS servers, and literally ‘broke the internet’ for several hours on October 21st, pushed an issue that has been plaguing security professionals since the dawn of the Internet of Things (IoT) into mainstream media. Typically DDoS attacks occur when infected personal computers or workstations form what […]

How the Internet of Things (IoT) is Expanding Your Digital Shadow

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a development that is the direct result of objects, technology, people that have been provided with unique identifiers, which possess the ability to transfer data over a network without necessarily requiring human interaction. Put another way, the IoT is an advancement in internetworking and connectivity of distinct and unique […]