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Cyjax Geopolitical Podcast – July 2020 – The Blog

This month, Cyjax CISO, Ian Thornton-Trump, and Head of Editorial, Tristan de Souza, tackle Russian interference, threat intelligence failure, a Microsoft vulnerability with – shock, horror – wormable potential, the hijacks of numerous high-profile Twitter accounts, and a chat app being used for cyber-espionage in the Middle East. All of our previous podcasts and blogs […]

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Winning with Cyber Threat Intelligence: Taking a More Personal View

In the final article of our trilogy (see the previous articles here and here), we investigate how a cyber threat intelligence (CTI) analyst and programmes associated with this specialism, provide insight about physical and cyber threats to your organisation. The value of these insights is reflected in the ‘wins’, which come as a result of

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Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Weekly – 18 May 2020

COVID-19 Cybersecurity Update The Financial Times reports that Chinese threat actors are targeting coronavirus research in the United States. This comes at a time of escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing over the pandemic. The FBI and CISA are investigating the “targeting and compromise” of US research groups by China and its affiliates and warned

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Cyjax Geopolitical Podcast – March 2020 – The Blog

Check out the podcast on our YouTube channel here. This month’s vlog and podcast are dominated by coronavirus (COVID-19). Many countries in the world have gone into lockdown; stock markets across the globe have tumbled, with the economic effects expected to be devastating even in the face of massive government relief packages; and there is

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Not-so-novel coronavirus scams targeting victims worldwide

It was never going to take long for malicious actors to start spreading fake information concerning the novel coronavirus. The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently declared that the outbreak was a global health emergency, mainstream media outlets in countries around the world carry stories finely tuned to convey the severity of the situation, and social

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