Secrutiny Cyber Security Blog
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The increasing dependence on remote working has led to an exponential rise in phishing and social engineering attacks, as Google data reveals 350% surge in phishing websites during the pandemic. We discuss phishing, social engineering and business network manipulation, and how organisations can better prepare themselves.
Remote Work at Risk: Over 160% Rise in Use of High-Risk Apps and Websites with 64% of Workers Now Remote
The latest 2020 Edition of the Netskope Cloud and Threat Report, reveals a massive shift in user behaviour, specifically the trend of personal use of managed devices, and the increased risk that comes with this shift.
A critical privilege escalation exploit in Windows Server (CVE-2020-1472), codenamed Zerologon, allows an attacker to become a domain admin, even without any credentials.
Microsoft’s September Patch Tuesday fixes 129 security holes (23 of which are rated ‘critical’) in numerous versions of its Windows operating system and related software. One of the more critical patches could allow remote code execution by sending an email to a victim.
Secrutiny Awarded Position on Crown Commercial Services “Cyber Security Services 3 Dynamic Purchasing System”
We are thrilled to announce that Secrutiny has been awarded a position on Crown Commercial Service’s Cyber Security Services 3 Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).
With a large shift to remote working, coronavirus isn’t the only virus we have to worry about. We discuss CISO priorities amid COVID-19.