TCT News

Security Breach Update
15 February 2019

2017: The Year of Cryptojacking. 2018: The Year of Ransomware. 2019? It’s shaping up to be the Year of Phishing. Historically, we’ve labelled phishing as a nuisance that only a select few fall for. However, the increasing sophistication of social engineering, along with a gradual evolution of phishing techniques, have...
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Ransomware Warning

A global attack could cause $200bn in damage – and we’re just not ready A worldwide cyberattack could cost global economic losses of almost $200bn as organisations across sectors are still unprepared to face the consequences of a malicious global cyber campaign. WannaCry and NotPetya just scratched the surface of...
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Security Breach Update
8 February 2019

Most news coverage surrounding data breaches will hint at the erosion of customer loyalty, but what does it truly look like? With industries being disrupted at unprecedented rates, companies that are caught in the cross-hairs of highly publicized breaches must face the reality of losing customers to their competitors. As...
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Truth about Email Security

Do you know that 91% of all Cyber-attacks start with an email? It’s not surprising considering that email has become the primary tool for business communications worldwide for businesses of all sizes. Email threats have evolved from mass spam and phishing email campaigns to highly-targeted phishing attacks that can deliver...
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Security Breach Update
1 February 2019

Since the widely anticipated installation of the EU privacy law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), regulators have received over 95,000 complaints of possible data breaches within an eight month period. As you may already know, GDPR enables privacy enforcers to levy fines of up to 4 percent...
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Security Breach Update
25 January 2019

As phishing attacks evolve in sophistication, human resource and finance teams are becoming caught in the crosshairs. Historically, such departments have been able to fend off poorly executed phishing campaigns. However, as hackers get smarter, so do their tactics. By adopting the writing styles of executives on social media, they...
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Security Breach Update
18 January 2019

As the historical debate surrounding work-from-home (WFH) policies continues to reach news headlines, an additional consideration has surfaced: IT security. Home networks in WFH environments can expose your company to security risks, as devices are connected to the internet and can serve as an entry point for hacks. With the...
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Security Breach Update
14 December 2018

The Leaders of Genomics England has revealed that foreign hackers have attempted to access the DNA data the organization is collecting. The reality that hackers could steal DNA data if they successfully access a network is a scary thought. As the general population becomes more aware that their data is...
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Security Breach Update
7 December 2018

A new report has shed light on the fact that not only are email-based attacks on the rise, but they are spreading at an alarming rate. Cyber criminals have been shuffling their decks of targets, as 99% of the most heavily targeted email addresses this quarter are different than those...
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Security Breach Update
30 November 2018

This week, Amazon experienced technical issues, and cybersecurity culture isn’t where it needs to be in 95% of organizations. It is interesting to know that the severity of the breach is not the most damaging part, contrary to most breaches. In fact, the most damaging part of this breach has...
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