Jun 2, 2020 | By Redscan
Chosen from a final shortlist of five companies, ThreatDetect was selected for service excellence and, in the words of the judges, for helping organisations ‘to reduce mean time to detect and respond to threats from months to minutes’. “We are delighted to have been recognised in the SC Awards for four consecutive years.” said Redscan’s Product Marketing Director, Simon Monahan.
May 22, 2020 | By Redscan
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more employees have been working from home than ever before. This situation has significantly increased cyber security risks for organisations, with many lacking sufficient controls to protect workers outside of the office – something criminals are taking advantage of by targeting unsecured endpoints with increasing regularity.
May 11, 2020 | By Redscan
If, like many organisations, your business has been forced to support mass employee remote working, it’s likely that you’ve also had to roll out new services and applications to maintain business continuity and productivity. Understandably, cyber security may not have been front of mind during this process.
Apr 6, 2020 | By Redscan
At Redscan, we’ve set about shining light on some of these challenges by analysing how the crisis has affected online search behaviour in relation to cyber security and technology. The findings provide insight into how well-prepared businesses were for such an incident, the tools organisations are turning to support operations, and potential threats they are facing.
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 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.
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.
Lauri Love, Security Consultant and British hacktivist, discusses the mindset of a hacker, what changes he is seeing in hacking, and what the trends and challenges are for ethical hacking.
Mark Nicholls, CTO at Redscan, explains the benefits for organisations of using ethical hacking, the challenges involved and what 2020 will hold.