Curbing Shadow IT in your organisation

Curbing Shadow IT in your organisation

“Shadow IT refers to (the use of) IT devices, software and services outside the ownership (approval) or control of IT organisations.” – Gartner The above definition gives the idea that Shadow IT can only be carried out by malicious actors when it is actually more...
Understanding the mechanics of a data breach

Understanding the mechanics of a data breach

Definition: A data breach is a cyber-attack in which sensitive or confidential data has been accessed or disclosed to an unauthorised individual or software system. Data breaches normally come in the form of exposed customer credit card numbers, corporate data, source...
The key to effective SaaS Asset Management

The key to effective SaaS Asset Management

Increasing levels of remote work and the accompanying migration to the cloud has seen a renewed emphasis on data protection, proactive threat monitoring and IAM (Identity & Access Management). The last 2 years have solidly established the fact that the cloud is...
Adopting proactive cybersecurity with Threat Hunting

Adopting proactive cybersecurity with Threat Hunting

With more than 2,200 cyberattacks per day, it’s easy for organisations to start feeling like sitting ducks. The alarming increase in cybersecurity threats makes it seem like just a matter of time before your organisation hits the headlines as the latest victim of a...
How to better identify a social engineering scam

How to better identify a social engineering scam

Social engineering, the practice of manipulating a victim into believing they are communicating with a trusted individual or platform, so they give up confidential information, remains one of the biggest threats to an organisations cybersecurity. With an estimated...