This month Microsoft have released an update for Windows Remote Desktop to patch a significant vulnerability - the vulnerability allows an attacker to remotely run code on any unpatched machine without any need to log in.Read More
Quorum Cyber partnered with our customer, an oil and gas company with offices worldwide, to design, build and deliver the first cyber security strategy for the organisation.
Within 12 months, the customer moved from a position of ungoverned uncertainty to a fully-understood and defensible cyber security risk posture.Read More
Increasingly aware of the growing threat that cybercrime poses to private businesses and public organisations alike, governments around the world have begun implementing legislation geared towards counteracting it. One of the first to do so was the USA, which brought in the original version of its Cybersecurity Framework in February 2014, initially aimed at critical infrastructure providers.Read More
Health and safety has always been of paramount concern in the workplace – especially in the industrial sector – but the way it is monitored, regulated and complied with is changing. The increasing ubiquity of the digital transformation means that more and more of our business transactions, correspondences and processes are taking place online and via automation, which is advantageous for a whole host of efficiency, budgetary and quality benefits.Read More
With all the furore surrounding the introduction of GDPR earlier this year, another EU edict has comparatively flown under the radar. Nonetheless, the NIS Directive was apparently discussed in the European Parliament on far more occasions than the new data protection act (77 mentions compared to GDPR’s 13) in 2016 and 2017, signalling the importance placed on the subject by Europe’s elite politicians and lawmakers.Read More
Cyber-criminals are outspending businesses by a factor of more than ten to one, according to new data supplied by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The two international watchdogs estimate that hackers are investing as much as $1 trillion (£768.5 billion) in finding new ways to breach online defences.Read More