Mar 18, 2020 | By Redscan
The world is currently gripped by the spread of Covid-19, more commonly referred to as coronavirus, and unsurprisingly, cybercriminals are making the most of the situation and public uncertainty through phishing scams. There are many different examples of Covid-19 phishing scams in active circulation. Some purport to share the latest guidance, others encourage people to apply for a tax rebate, and yet more ask for donations towards medical efforts. Some even claim to provide a magical cure.
Feb 25, 2020 | By Redscan
The quality of Redscan’s cybersecurity services has been recognised in the 2020 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.
Feb 21, 2020 | By Redscan
Mainstream media coverage of hacking often perpetuates the stereotype of hoodie-wearing hackers up to no good. For this reason, some people remain sceptical about hacking, even if it is in relation to ethical hacking undertaken by cyber security professionals.
Following a long period of political turmoil, the UK government’s Brexit withdrawal bill has completed its passage through the House of Commons and received royal assent. While this deal is merely the starting point of the Brexit process, it sets into motion an intensive period of trade negotiations which, regardless of whether a deal is agreed or not, could have a significant impact on the way that UK organisations operate.
Feb 4, 2020 | By Redscan
Protecting against Windows vulnerabilities: the top risks you should know about.This webinar was delivered in February 2020 by Jed Kafetz, Senior Offensive Security Consultant at Redscan.
Raef Meeuwisse, Author and ISACA Speaker, explains why some organisations are resistant to ethical hacking, but why they would benefit from it.
Jake Davis, Security Consultant and former Lulzsec hacker, discusses the role of ethical hacking, what changes he has seen in the industry and what lies ahead.