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Festive Security Tips to Tackle a Sleigh Full of Business Risk



Festive Security Tips to Tackle a Sleigh Full of Business Risk

It’s that time of year again – snow stubbornly refuses to fall on the rooftops as offices wind down and prepare for their respective office parties (ours was a blast – photos on our Twitter and LinkedIn!) Everyone has a lot on their plate during the … |More

Commissum Press Release – Commissum Continue Senior Technical Resource Recruitment with new Senior Consultant Norbert Baliga



Commissum Press Release – Commissum Continue Senior Technical Resource Recruitment with new Senior Consultant Norbert Baliga

2nd November, 2016

46 Shore

EH6 6QU

Edinburgh, Midlothian

For immediate release.

COMMISSUM PRESS RELEASE – COMMISSUM CONTINUE SENIOR TECHNICAL RESOURCE RECRUITMENT WITH NEW SENIOR CONSULTANT NORBERT BALIGA

Norbert joins Commissum at a very exciting time for the Edinburgh-based Cybersecurity consultancy. His addition is part of the … |More

Thoughts on Threats #2 – Web-based Attacks Hidden in Plain Sight



Thoughts on Threats #2 – Web-based Attacks Hidden in Plain Sight


Back in August, we kicked off the Thoughts on Threats series with a look at the top-rated threat in ENISA’s Threat Landscape study from 2015. In this installment, we’re heading down the list to the number two spot for a closer look at one of the web’s … |More

Commissum Press Release – Further Growth at Commissum with Hire of Cybersecurity Consultant Jon Prince



Commissum Press Release – Further Growth at Commissum with Hire of Cybersecurity Consultant Jon Prince

6th September, 2016

46 Shore

EH6 6QU

Edinburgh, Midlothian
For immediate release.

COMMISSUM PRESS RELEASE – FURTHER GROWTH AT COMMISSUM WITH HIRE OF CYBERSECURITY CONSULTANT JON PRINCE

Jon is the latest hire at growing Edinburgh cybersecurity firm Commissum, joining as security consultant.

Ever-expanding demand within Commissum’s … |More

Thoughts on Threats #1 – Malware Mayhem



Thoughts on Threats #1 – Malware Mayhem


Cyber threats come in many shapes and sizes, and can strike at any time. The widespread adoption and use of the Internet has led to an increase in the threats posed to organisations and individuals alike, and the opportunities available to those looking to attack.

On … |More

Don’t Hand the Baton to the Baddies, Stay Cyber-Fit and Go for Gold!



Don’t Hand the Baton to the Baddies, Stay Cyber-Fit and Go for Gold!


Keeping information secure can feel more like a never-ending marathon than a short sprint. 2016’s summer of sport is already in full swing, with the Euros and Wimbledon seeming to have flown by and the Rio 2016 Olympics now upon us.

Such high-profile events provide an … |More

Here Comes the Summer – and with it, a Whole Raft of Security Threats



Here Comes the Summer – and with it, a Whole Raft of Security Threats

Summer, it seems, has finally arrived in Scotland (well, barring the odd thunderous shower) and with it comes the promise of peace, of beers on the beach, and switching off for a glorious couple of hours or weeks without a care in the world.

Before you … |More

The More We All Know About IT Security the Better!



The More We All Know About IT Security the Better!



For those in the know, last Thursday evening saw the first Security Scotland MeetUp. It was organised and hosted by Stu Hirst of Skyscanner at their snazzy office in the Quartermile part of Edinburgh. I think it’s safe to say the night was a massive success … |More

Juniper Firewall Backdoor Christmas Cracker!



Juniper Firewall Backdoor Christmas Cracker!



How the heck did Juniper, the world’s second largest vendor of networking kit allow a backdoor on its enterprise firewall OS?
There are so many how, what, when and who’s to this story that it’s worth breaking it down somewhat to understand the background…

I want … |More

Who Cares? It’s Only Security.



Who Cares? It’s Only Security.



I saw the above image on LinkedIn earlier and started writing a response to a couple of comments lambasting the fact security was way down at number 7 despite it being the fear fodder of the press. There were some insightful comments and I started offering … |More