Bulletproof

2016
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Jul 3, 2020   |  By Joe Beaumont
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, many organisations have had to make a swift transition to remote working to ensure business continuity. What would typically take months of planning and preparation was implemented in a matter of days. The chaos that this created, combined with the already uncertain nature of life during a pandemic, had created the ideal environment for cybercriminals.
Jun 26, 2020   |  By Joe A. J. Beaumont
GDPR recently breezed past its second birthday and, like many two-year-olds, continues to cause concern and confusion for those who have to deal with it. Unlike real two-year-olds, however, GDPR is quite clear in what it demands and there could be big consequences if they are not met. For businesses, failure to meet GDPR’s requirements represents an increased risk of data breaches and the reputational damage and legal repercussions that breaches inevitably lead to.
Jun 19, 2020   |  By Joe A. J. Beaumont
EasyJet, CapitalOne, British Airways and Marriott are all huge companies with equally large budgets. Another thing they have in common is they all fell victim to a serious data breach, costing them hundreds of millions of pounds. If the major players with a lot of resources to devote to cyber security still get hacked, do SMEs with limited budgets stand a chance? It’s a dramatic question, so let’s explore the answer.
May 15, 2020   |  By Nicky Whiting
In 2018, the world’s trust was shaken. That year, it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica had furtively harvested data left exposed by Facebook. The information of over 87 million individuals was exploited to assemble voter profiles and customise the distribution of political advertisements in the run up to the 2016 US Presidential Election as well as Brexit.
Mar 27, 2020   |  By Joe Beaumont
Covid-19 is causing myriad challenges for businesses, with remote working, diverted priorities and a general scramble to maintain business-as-usual operations. This is unprecedented in UK industry, and presents a range of challenges and opportunities. In particular, hackers now have more time on their nefarious hands and a whole host of new targets in front of them, in the form of a large number of working-from-home employees.
Sep 27, 2018   |  By Bulletproof
Confused about PCI compliance? Get a clear understanding of this much misunderstood standard with our Clarity On PCI Compliance white paper. This is the first in our ‘Security First’ series of white papers and provides an illustrated insight into the world of PCI DSS compliance. Inside we explain the requirements, dispel the myths and give you top tips for saving time and effort.
Sep 1, 2018   |  By Bulletproof
This Security First white paper will help businesses understand all aspects of penetration testing services, from planning and managing through to getting real value and benefit from the results. This whitepaper is not a guide for practitioners, but instead is aimed at people who need to procure, plan, and manage the lifecycle of a penetration testing project.
Aug 1, 2018   |  By Bulletproof
This white paper will provide you with a high-level understanding of GDPR’s strategic aims and the challenges these present to UK businesses. In addition, we’ll present helpful tips for interpreting, implementing and maintaining the new legislation and your approach to managing personal data.