Is your freelancer a nation-state hacker?

The Biden administration warned in May that the freelancer you hired to code may be a North Korean spy. These cyber spies are posing as remote, contract IT workers and infiltrating malware into all forms of networks

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Focus Social Engineering – building the security mindset

Criminals increasingly turn to the weakest link in the security chain – people. Social Engineering attacks are on the rise. Read about what social engineering is, its most common forms and, of course, how to counter it

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WannaCry: Ransomware defence, five years on

In 2017 the largest ransomware attack in history – WannaCry – swept across the globe, infecting a quarter million machines in more than 150 countries. What lessons can be drawn from the attack, and how can businesses keep their systems secure?

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Colonial Pipeline: One year on from the ransomware attack that shocked the world

One year ago Colonial Pipeline – the largest fuel pipeline in the US – suffered a ransomware attack. Cyber Protection Magazine speaks to three cybersecurity experts to learn what organisations can still do to prevent themselves from becoming the next victim.

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Mitigate Cyber Risks During the Ukraine War

Many experts believe cyberattacks against countries imposing sanctions against Russia are imminent. Organizations should be on high alert for the cyberattacks recently used in this conflict.

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How Cybersecurity Businesses are Tackling the Ukraine War

The ongoing invasion of the Ukraine has raised concerns about an increase in cyber attacks around the world. We spoke with Morten Kjaersgaard, CEO of Helmdal Security, to give us his opinion on cyber attacks related to the Ukrain war and how it impacts global cybersecurity.

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