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Business and IT aligned with cybersecurity

The owner of information In today’s organisation, information is primarily managed and processed by IT. The IT department is very often also made responsible for securing the information in the systems that the business uses. Reports of recent cybersecurity incidents tell us this is definitely not right and recent legislations like the GDPR agree. A…

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7 ways to secure your Microsoft network for free

Cybersecurity is a hot topic. The rules are getting increasingly strict – look at the GDPR – and attackers are becoming ever more inventive. So robust protection is vital. Luckily, an acceptable level of protection doesn’t need to cost very much. If you use Microsoft, you have access to all kinds of free tools included…

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React to incidents in an organised way by using the Playbook model

Imagine that someone detects a breach in one of your systems. How would you react? Would you dig into a all of your network and host logs immediately? Or would you contain the situation first, by disconnecting the machine(s) from the network? Actually, you shouldn’t just start thinking about these questions when the incident has already occurred. Incident response…