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Challenging year for security teams with e.g. war in Europe, persistently remote workforce and a series of large-scale #cyberattack's.
📨 Email compromise
🏭 Supply chain attacks
🤖 IoT device attacks
"There was a suspicious login to your account" is a popular start by cyber scammers.
In this article you'll see a sequence of screenshots and steps involved in a recent social media #cyberattack received by the authors.
Scam details ➡️
Why cyberattacks increase around the holidays:
🧑💻 Undestaffed IT staff
⚠️ Relaxed #cybersecurity posture after a busy year
⏰ Rush to finish projects, danger for mistakes
👤 Contractors filling positions - not familiar with guidelines
ICO has taken the step of publishing details of companies that suffered personal data breaches.
The era of relative anonymity looks to be over.
In the year ending 10/2022, ICO-issued fines also incresased over 200%, to £15.2m.
Okta is a leading provider of IAM solutions. In a 'confidential' email Okta describes a recent #cyberattack, which lead to threat actors accessing its GitHub repositories and stealing Okta Workforce Identity Cloud (WIC) source code.
ISO 27001, the world's leading information security standard, got an update for the first time in 9 years. What has changed when comparing 2013 vs. 2022 versions of ISO 27001 and how are these updates visible on Cyberday?