Tag Archive: MFA

How Defence in Depth could have helped the Stormshield Breach.

Security Fridays Week 27 – Layered security and the end of the old perimeter A brief look into the Stormshield […]

How MFA and DLP can stop data breaches

Security Fridays Week 26 – An example from the gaming industry. So here we are once again, another major corporation […]

How to protect against growing credential stuffing attacks

Security Fridays Week 22 – Basic rules for reducing individual exposure to attack online. As remote work becomes even more […]

The benefits of multi factor authentication and why it’s so important.

Security Fridays Week 20 – Why Multi Factor Authentication is so important Multi-factor authentication is one of the easiest methods […]

Security Fridays: Week 18

MFA: Defending your data from cyber attacks This security breach in Canada is most troubling. The Canadian Treasury Board released […]

Security Fridays: Week 16

Business’ approach to data security post Covid-19 As we approach the fall of 2020, we hear news of a possible […]

Security Fridays: Week 15

Protecting your organisation from the growing threat of ransomware This article brings to light a field of security that tends […]

Security Fridays: Week 14

Covid-19, Remote Education, and Ransomware The combination of challenges that we have all been working through since the beginning of […]

Security Fridays: Week Twelve

Why no firm, small or large is safe from cyber-attacks and what’s needed to protect your business We all consider […]

Security Fridays: Week Ten

Web conferencing: Is your meeting secure? This week we’re going to discuss what’s happened with Zoom Video Conferencing. The leak […]