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Are You Ready for the Cyber-attack Lurking just Around the Corner?



Are You Ready for the Cyber-attack Lurking just Around the Corner?

Failure to prepare is preparing to fail. That adage rings true in so many facets of our lives – the words of my primary school teacher still ring through my head at the sight of them, but she was right enough. It’s a good way to stay … |More

Data Protection in a Security Context



Data Protection in a Security Context


The government announced its plans to write the EU General Data Protection Regulation into UK Law. The requirements of GDPR will be enforced in Britain under the new data protection bill, announced by Matt Hancock, the minister for digital in a statement of intent on 7th August … |More

Dealing with the Global Petya / GoldenEye Ransomware Outbreak



Dealing with the Global Petya / GoldenEye Ransomware Outbreak

On Tuesday, 27th June 2017, news started to emerge from Ukraine that a major cyber-attack had taken hold of systems, including the Ukrainian government’s web services. Supermarkets, public transport, and the Ukrainian central bank all ground to a halt as screens flickered in unison, displaying an email … |More

Commissum Press Release – Security Consultant Jon Prince Achieves ISO 27001 Lead Auditor Status



Commissum Press Release – Security Consultant Jon Prince Achieves ISO 27001 Lead Auditor Status

28th March, 2017
46 Shore
EH6 6QU
Edinburgh, Midlothian
For immediate release

Commissum Press Release – Security Consultant Jon Prince Achieves ISO 27001 Lead Auditor Status

Jon Prince, Security Consultant at Commissum, has recently passed his ISO 27001 Lead Auditor course, bolstering the cybersecurity company’s consultancy … |More

Working Without Walls – How to Protect the Data on Your Network Beyond Traditional Perimeters with Software Defined Networks



Working Without Walls – How to Protect the Data on Your Network Beyond Traditional Perimeters with Software Defined Networks

Users have grown to expect instant access to their data, wherever they are. Convenience can facilitate increased productivity, as employees are able to work beyond the traditional boundaries of the workplace. Combine this with the rise of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) culture, coupled to the assortment … |More

Commissum Press Release – Caius Gurgu Achieves CREST Registered Tester (CRT) Level with CREST and Commissum



Commissum Press Release – Caius Gurgu Achieves CREST Registered Tester (CRT) Level with CREST and Commissum

 

23rd February, 2017
Waterside House
46 Shore
EH6 6QU
Edinburgh, Midlothian

 

Commissum Press Release – Caius Gurgu Achieves CREST Registered Tester (CRT) Level with CREST and Commissum

Cybersecurity specialists Commissum can announce today that Security Analyst Caius Gurgu has passed his CREST (Council of Registered |More

Commissum Announced as Trusted Cybersecurity Partner with SBRC and Police Scotland



Commissum Announced as Trusted Cybersecurity Partner with SBRC and Police Scotland

The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) and Police Scotland have named Commissum as a Trusted Partner in Cybersecurity for Business, announced February 9th, 2017.

The Trusted Partners scheme is part of an effort to encourage businesses to implement enhanced security that fits realistic business needs, and looks … |More

Commissum COO Provides Expert Comment and Analysis on the Investigatory Powers Act with talkRADIO’s Alexis Conran



Commissum COO Provides Expert Comment and Analysis on the Investigatory Powers Act with talkRADIO’s Alexis Conran

Our very own Snoopers Charter expert and COO Jay George was interviewed by Alexis Conran on his weekly show, The Radio Hustle, regarding the recently passed Investigatory Powers Act. The Act was granted royal assent just before Christmas, cementing it in UK law and legitimising state … |More

GDPR vs DPA – How Europe’s New Data Protection Regime is Miles Ahead of Anything We’ve Seen Before



GDPR vs DPA – How Europe’s New Data Protection Regime is Miles Ahead of Anything We’ve Seen Before

We’ve had the Data Protection Act in the UK for a very long time now. The law was passed in 1998, consolidating earlier laws including the previous Data Protection Act 1984 and Access to Personal Files Act 1987, and at the time marked a big step forward … |More

GDPR and You, ‘Kay?



GDPR and You, ‘Kay?

It is little more than three months until March and the touted date for the UK to activate Article 50 to start the formal process of leaving the European Union. Uncertainty still prevails in the whole Brexit debate which is sure to maintain its spot of prominence … |More