Cybersecurity risks highlighted by new Windows release

Microsoft’s announcement of its new Windows11 operating system, together with its new Server 2022 platform has been welcomed by users who will receive upgrades by mid-2022. However, the availability or new releases has, in many instances, prompted companies to...

Fortinet is official cybersecurity partner of the European Tour

Fortinet has announced a multi-year partnership with the European Tour. As an Official Tour Partner and Official Cybersecurity Partner, Fortinet will provide its expertise and security solutions to support the Tour’s digital innovation journey. The European Tour...

Watch out for those CAPTCHAs …

Clicking “I’m not a robot” on an online form may seem harmless enough, but evidence is emerging that cyber criminals are turning their attention to CAPTCHA tests as a new way to redirect users to pages with malicious intent. Anna Collard, senior...

ISA/IEC 62443 declared as a Horizontal Standard

The International Society of Automation (ISA) and the ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance (ISAGCA) has announce that the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has officially designated the IEC/ISA 62443 series of standards as “horizontal,” meaning...

Cracked hacks: when fun becomes deadly

By June 2021, the Crackonosh cryptojacking malware, had earned threat actors a hefty profit of $2-million. Once in a system, the malware destroyed any antivirus programmes installed and then set about mining cryptocurrency. This malware is one of many that’s...

Cybersecurity covered on a small business budget

Just because you’re a small business doesn’t mean you won’t be a target for cyberattacks. In fact, small businesses can be particularly vulnerable because they lack the cybersecurity resources of larger businesses. With the increasing shift to remote...