Watch: Webinar – is your cybersecurity vendor certified?

Why DO so many cyber security vendors operate without the correct certification? It’s a big question and all too rarely discussed. Many vendors claim to align with ISO27001 or NCSC Cyber Essentials – but that isn’t the same as being certified.  Why does it matter – and what does it mean for customers? Watch our recorded webinar to find out …

Five phishing trends all law firms should know about in 2023

Law firms make tempting targets for cybercriminals – they tend to handle sensitive information and are also well-funded, giving criminals two reasons to strike.  More than three-quarters of law firms in the UK (77%) have been targeted with a phishing attack in the past year, according to PwC’s Annual Law Firms Survey 2022. The fact that many law firms are …

Five reasons why your business needs a pen test

Penetration testing offers a high level of assurance that your systems are secure – by pitting skilled cybersecurity experts against your business and its systems, using the same techniques a criminal hacker would. It’s a great way to start thinking seriously about cyber security in your business, offering you an overview of what’s wrong, where and how to fix it. …

WEBINAR: Is your cyber security vendor certified?

It may sound outlandish, but the truth is that it’s surprising how many cyber security vendors continue to linger in the market without the accreditation necessary.  It’s all too rarely discussed, but it’s an important point – and on February 28, our free webinar will answer all your questions on accreditation and why so few cyber security vendors do it.  …

How AI chatbot ChatGPT could change cybersecurity

The artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT has become the subject of dinner-party conversations around the world in the space of just a few weeks – not to mention securing a $10 billion investment from Microsoft.   With its unearthly ability to compose conversations, songs and reports in a matter of seconds, it’s been predicted that ChatGPT will change the world, forever altering …

Why badging transformation as a ‘revolution’ is a recipe for disaster

In this blog, we highlight James Findlay’s best insights from Stratia Cyber’s first-ever webinar ‘Why clear goals and a people-first approach lead to secure transformation’. Badging digital transformation as a revolution can lead to disaster, according to James Findlay, Principle and Co-founder of Stance Global.  In discussion with Liz Murray, Global Security Culture and Awareness Lead at FNZ, and Jon …

Arctic Challenge one year on: Becky’s adventures continue

Last year, our Operations Manager, Becky Liptrott, took on the gruelling Arctic Survival Challenge as a personal project (and a way to raise money for a good cause) while her husband deployed with the Royal Navy for six months. Almost one year later, we caught up with Becky to find out that she’s taken on a new challenge… and just …

Why you can’t bolt on cyber security at the end of digital transformation

In this blog, we highlight Jon Steven’s best insights from Stratia Cyber’s first-ever webinar ‘Why clear goals and a people-first approach lead to secure transformation’. You can’t just bolt on cybersecurity at the end of a digital transformation process and hope it sticks, says Jon Stevens, Senior Cyber Security Analyst at Stratia Cyber. In discussion with Liz Murray, Global Security …

The frozen middle and the tentacles of change: security-conscious transformation

In this blog, we highlight Liz Murray’s best insights from Stratia Cyber’s first-ever webinar ‘Why clear goals and a people-first approach lead to secure transformation’ In times of technological transformation, organisations need a non-executive director advocating for the change, says Liz Murray, Global Security Culture and Awareness Lead at FNZ.  Advocating for cybersecurity needs to come from a ‘non-technology person’ …