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Password theft – Will it happen to you?

#CyberSecMonth password awareness It was reported in the press earlier this year that more than 770m breached email addresses and passwords had been discovered posted to a popular hacking site.… Keep reading >

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework gets a reboot with Version 1.1

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is the US standard regulated by the National Institute is Standards and Technology. The original version set out in February 2014 has now been updated to… Keep reading >

The National Cyber Security Centre’s ‘Cyber Threat to UK Business’ report is published

What is covered in the cyber threat report? Ransomware and distributed denial of service attacks (DNS) Data breaches and legislation Supply chain compromises Fake news and information operations CEO/business email compromise… Keep reading >

Women in cybersecurity, managing risk and the importance of communication: An interview with Jane Frankland

Drawn to the world of cybersecurity because of James Bond and a passion for change, the CISO advisor, entrepreneur, author and speaker, Jane Frankland talks to ISMS.online about all things… Keep reading >

Cyber and Information Security News: Your Weekly Roundup

Welcome back to the ISMS.online series of cyber and information security news weekly roundups. Let’s take a look at what’s been happening in the world of cybersecurity… 3 minute read… Keep reading >

Cyber Security and Data Privacy Failures this Month – and how to get it right!

Here’s just a small selection of some of the cyber and data protection stories to hit the news, and suffer the force of regulators, this month. Keep reading >

Cyber security software firm signals global growth intent with new COO

Trusted cloud software services provider of ISMS.online, Alliantist, appoints a Chief Operating Officer (COO) for accelerating growth in its information security and privacy management division. Keep reading >

Cyber Security Report – Hitting CEO’s Where it Hurts

There has been plenty to contemplate in the set of recommendations made by The Culture, Media and Sport Committee following their report on cyber security last month. The report was… Keep reading >

Cyber Attack? Forget the ICO just go straight to NATO!

You can be forgiven for thinking the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) is limited in its ability to act following a data breach, when you find out that NATO can just… Keep reading >

Cyber Security Report – Selecting third party suppliers using Cyber Essentials (and beyond)

I've been digesting The Culture, Media and Sport Committee recommendations following release of its report on cyber security earlier this week.An important recommendation has been about the selection of third… Keep reading >