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  • Goldfish

    The Trouble with Phishing

    Blog post26 Feb 2018AuthorKate RTopicsSociotechnical security, Cyber attacks

    Why phishing your own users cannot solve all your problems....and may cause a few more.

  • Whale fin

    Phishing, spear phishing and whaling; does it change the price of phish?

    Blog post16 May 2018AuthorKate RTopicsSociotechnical security, Cyber attacks

    Regardless of the type of phish, you'll still need multiple layers of defence to protect your organisation.

  • Phishing attacks

    Announcing the NCSC's new Phishing Guidance

    Blog post06 Feb 2018AuthorEmma WTopicsSociotechnical security, Cyber attacks

    How to protect your organisation against email phishing threats.

  • Phishing

    I'm gonna stop you, little phishie...

    Blog post20 Oct 2016AuthorEmma WTopicsSociotechnical security, Identity and passwords, Cyber attacks

    Why foiling phishing attacks means much more than just punishing users for falling for them.

  • Fishing

    The serious side of pranking

    Blog post30 Oct 2017AuthorIan LevyTopicsCyber threats, Vulnerabilities

    The National Cyber Security Centre's Technical Director, Ian Levy, was recently targeted for a prank.

  • WannaCrypt

    Finding the kill switch to stop the spread of ransomware

    Blog post13 May 2017AuthorMalwareTechTopicsMalware protection, Cyber threats, Vulnerabilities

    MalwareTech's post on coming across a kill switch to stop the spread of the recent ransomware incident

  • Chancellor Philip Hammond

    Protective DNS service for the public sector is now live

    Blog post17 Aug 2017AuthorIan LevyTopicsCyber strategy, Digital services, Assurance

    Ian Levy explains why the NCSC asked Nominet to build this critical service

  • WannaCry

    'WannaCry' ransomware: guidance updates

    Blog post19 May 2017AuthorJon LTopicsCyber attacks

    Jon L provides an update on the NCSC's guidance on the 'WannaCry' ransomware.

  • https locks

    Serve websites over HTTPS (always)

    Blog post06 Jun 2018AuthorJamie HTopicsIT infrastructure, Browser security

    You should be serving web pages over HTTPS. Are you?

  • Copy paste wall code

    Let them paste passwords

    Blog post12 Jan 2017AuthorSacha BTopicsSociotechnical security, Identity and passwords

    Allow your website to accept pasted passwords - it makes your site more secure, not less.