Top-5 Predictions for 2019: Cyber Threats and How to Protect
Here Stuart Peck, Director of Cyber Security at ZeroDayLab, predicts which threats to watch out for in 2019.
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We are delighted to announce the launch of ZeroDayLab’s new video podcast series, ZeroDayLive. In episode one we meet Stu Hirst, Head of Security Engineering & Cloud Security at Photobox.
We have created our latest webinar because we’ve found that many of our global clients still require much greater focus to embed EU GDPR into their business, meet their regulatory obligations, and avoid potential fines for non-compliancy. With legal action already being taken against US businesses, now is the time to act. Organizations in breach of GDPR can be fined up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 Million (Nearly $23 Million), whichever is greater.
ZeroDayLab discovers major new vulnerability in EE 4G Mini WiFi Modem that significantly weakens EE customers defenses against cyber-attack.
Read full details of the vulnerability and the action that EE customers must now take to apply the patch now.
Cyber criminals remain a very real and active threat to organisations and are continually evolving their methods to stay ahead of those looking to protect against cyber attack. One of the most effective tools in a cyber criminal’s toolbox is social engineering, where attackers use psychology and predictable human behaviour to manipulate individuals, either to carry out actions or to divulge information that can be leveraged in a successful cyber attack.