We delve into how Europe’s first full-out war of the 21st century has influenced and skewed the threat landscape, focusing on recent destructive wiper incidents, the shifting popularity of various intrusion vectors, and developments in the Android threat landscape, the only category that grew throughout 2022.
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The Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) space is unique and constantly evolving. It is more than just driverless cars – think road, rail, air, and even smart cities. Watch now as we looked at why transport ecosystems and the associated infrastructures across all sectors are more vulnerable than ever, and how to prevent and respond to cyber attacks.
LastPass recently shared that an attacker who targeted the organisation in August 2022 has struck again. Andrew explores the multi-stage attack, revisiting the discussion of the initial intrusion and outlining how stolen data was weaponised months later to breach the company’s vault.
We take a look at the Kaspersky Incident Response team’s findings from last year to evaluate what they observed to be the most common attack vectors, tools and targets across 2022. We also discuss what you can do to help minimise your organisation’s likelihood of becoming a victim of these tactics.
We operate in a world of constantly evolving threats while trying to meet various (and sometimes differing) security standards. Join us to explore data sovereignty and how you can ensure compliance and avoid legal pitfalls. Learn about best practices to enable security and compliance for your sensitive data assets.
Watch now as we were joined by the author of ‘The Psychology of Spies and Spying’ who discussed what the world of espionage can teach us to reduce our insider threats. We also looked at employee motivations, as well as techniques from both intelligence officers and psychologists which can improve resilience and security.
Like many things, AI is a tool. And whether it is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ is down to the human wielding it. AI machines like ChatGPT are helping empower even beginners to generate malicious code in a couple of clicks, but could AI also fortify good code and teach employees the importance of trust before verification?
The political turmoil of 2022 brought about a shift that will resonate in cybersecurity for years to come and directly impact the development of sophisticated attacks. David guides us through the trends tracked throughout 2022 and the implications last year’s events may have in 2023.
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