Author name: Terry Mayer

Cyjax White Paper – Strategic Intelligence Report on Latin America and the Caribbean: Synopsis

Cyjax has published a new White Paper which assesses cybersecurity practices in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the prospects for supply chain diversification to the region. Latin America and the Caribbean together encompass a vast range of territories in Central and South America. The region has historically been marked by economic and political instability, […]

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Cyber threats and the energy sector: an overview

The major cyber threats facing the energy sector include ransomware, phishing, malware, vulnerability exploitation, supply chain issues, and DDoS attacks. These attacks may be carried out by state-sponsored threat actors, highly-organised criminal gangs, hacktivist collectives or even individuals acting alone. The energy sector is a prime target for cyber criminals for a variety of reasons:

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Kazakhstan: moving on?

There are interesting things happening in Kazakhstan, just as an important summit being attended by President Vladimir Putin and China’s President Xi Jinping, along with the leaders of India and Iran, takes place in Central Asia this week. According to several unconfirmed reports, Kazakhstan is planning to withdraw from its membership of the Collective Security

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Russia and Ukraine: avoiding war

As 2021 draws to a close, there are increasing fears around the world that Russia is planning to invade Ukraine in an effort to prevent its former ally from moving further towards the West and possibly even joining the NATO military alliance. The tensions between these two former Soviet states are now at a critical

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Myanmar – A Month On

In this second part of our blog on the situation in Myanmar, we look at the developments that have taken place since the military coup a month ago. The violence being perpetrated by security forces against the thousands of demonstrators across Myanmar has been getting worse: at least 54 people have reportedly been killed and

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