After a record-breaking year, ethical hackers, CovertSwarm, are pleased to announce they have appointed Will Morrish as their Chief Revenue Officer to spearhead the development and implementation of CovertSwarm’s sales and commercial strategy. Speaking about the recent appointment, Anders Reeves, CEO of CovertSwarm, said: “We’re delighted that we have expanded our leadership team, but particularly […]
Cyber attack solutions provider, CovertSwarm, has appointed Julio Taylor as its new chief marketing officer. Taylor, who is also CEO at international marketing agency Hallam, joins the board of directors with over 20 years of experience within the digital marketing sector. His appointment as CMO also strengthens the strategic partnership between Hallam and CovertSwarm, working […]
Recently the Panasonic Corporation reported a major data breach. Hackers had successfully gained access to the Japanese company’s internal network. On top of this the European Medicines Agency has reported that some of the data on the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine that was stolen during a cyber-attack in early December 2020 was released online illegally shortly after the attack.
It is a comprehensive policy document and it can be found here – https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/2022-cyber-security-incentives-and-regulation-review/2022-cyber-security-incentives-and-regulation-review#conclusion Below we have summarised some of the key points. The Ministerial Forward is by Julia Lopez MP, Minister of State for Media, Data, and Digital Infrastructure. The ministers points out that while the digital age is making the world more interconnected […]
According to the data presented by the Atlas VPN team, cybercriminals launched nearly 5.4 million Distributed Denial of Service attacks in the first half of 2021 — an 11% increase compared to the first half of 2020.
Email is the leading cause of security threats to businesses. From malicious attacks, such as spam, phishing, and spoofing, to misaddressed recipients or employee error, email can be an omnipresent threat to any and every business.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has sent 4,430 of its employees on compulsory cyber and information security courses over the past two financial years – (FY 19-20 and FY 20-21) – to help combat the growing threat of financial crime, such as money laundering and fraud, according to official figures.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for most of 2018, you’ve probably heard about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and how it’s created a huge amount of head-scratching, head-burying and headaching for many businesses.