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What to do when you’ve been infected with ransomware

Chances are, your organisation is going to have to contend with a ransomware attack in the near future. There were more than 850 million infections reported in 2018, and there are no signs of things slowing down.  Attacks can be a stressful time for organisations, with infections designed to scare recipients and grind your organisation’s productivity to a halt. Fortunately, we’re here to explain … [Read more...]

July book of the month: A bumper ISO 27001 edition

Every month, IT Governance selects a book of the month from our extensive catalogue of cyber security guides, but this month we’ve been decided that one book just wasn’t enough. That’s why we’ve picked The ISO 27001 Expertise Bundle, which comprises four invaluable guides to help you understand and implement the information security standard.  Here’s an overview of each book and why you … [Read more...]

Online anonymity has allowed cyber crime to thrive

Online anonymity is a complicated topic. There’s no doubt that the elasticity it gives our identities is a massive benefit. We can explore different sides of our personality without affecting the reputation of any other part of us. Unfortunately, that’s also proven to bring out the worst in some of us, with people committing acts online that they would never do in person. Cyber bullying and mob … [Read more...]