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How To Minimize Cybersecurity Risks on Business Travels
Business travelers face a unique risk of being targeted by cybercriminals. This brief article collects our most valuable tips for business travels abroad and summarizes how to keep yourself and your devices secure.
The Taliban in Afghanistan: Potential Implications for Europe
The situation in Afghanistan remains in flux, and key economic, political, and diplomatic issues continue to evolve. While these issues will likely change over the coming weeks and months, we have evaluated some key implications.
Shifting to Electric Vehicles: Impacts on Supply Chains, Semiconductors, and the Geopolitical Landscape
Countries around the world are creating frameworks to curb CO2 emissions, such as through banning petrol cars. These frameworks, as well as growing societal interest in climate change, will result in surging demand for Electric Vehicles in the coming years. We analysed how this rise in demand will impact cybersecurity, supply chains and the geopolitical landscape.
Factsheet ISO: Changes to ISO 27002 Include Addition of Threat Intelligence
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) recently presented updates to the ISO 27002 standard, which consolidates chapters and controls, as well as adding several new controls. The update to the ISO framework includes Threat Intelligence (TI) further highlights the growing importance of TI in an organization’s security management.
E.K.P. & Agent Tesla: The Daily Operations of a Nigerian eCrime Gang
In late 2020, QuoIntelligence identified a malicious Word document. It contained technical indicators associated with an Agent Tesla malware campaign, a readily available Remote Access Trojan (RAT) that steals keystrokes and credentials. It ultimately led us to uncover the operation of a Nigerian eCrime gang.
The New EU Due Diligence Law: How To Keep Your Supply Chain Secure Now
Supply chains are in international spotlight. The new EU Due Diligence Law will hold companies, their suppliers and other contractors liable to keep their supply chains secure, ethical and environmental friendly. Germany adopted the law and will start executing 2023. How can you secure your supply chain best now?
Has DarkSide Dug Its Own Grave With the Ransomware Attack on Colonial Pipeline?
DarkSide’s ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has brought dark shadows over the group from inside the cybercriminals community. Will ransomware operators have to adapt their approaches? What’s next?
How the Demise of Third-Party Cookies Will Influence Data Security
The death of the third-party cookie is near. Introducing new privacy-friendly features and alternatives to increase data security.
US Sanctions Against Russia Unlikely to Limit Russian Cyber Espionage
After the US sanctioned against Russia for the SolarWinds attacks, tensions between the nations could grow & likely manifest in cyberspace. Stay up-to-date on Russia’s APTs, their connection to Intelligence Services & sanctioned companies
Facebook Data Leak: How Brand Protection Reduces Risks
An unsecured database consisting of 533 million Facebook users' data was made publicly available last week and raises the necessity of increased brand protection to prevent brand abuse. In January, the database was initially discovered when a threat actor was selling...