Many of us work for organizations with an established corporate IT department. IT determines the security policies; sets the protocols, permissions and instructs employees on the best practice. Given the cyber risks that organizations now face is ‘egg-shell’ security enough?
Some of you may remember Bob from my previous post. Let’s continue to see what Bob is doing to explore how safe corporate IT really is.
We naturally assume banks are safe. But why? From legendary bank robbers: Jesse James or Bonnie & Clyde, banks have always been a target. Today’s bank robbers are cybercriminals. And they are targeting not only the banks but also consumers.
Every couple of months cyber-attacks on banks make the headlines. Be it the Carbanak cybergang’s biggest ever online bank heist, a distributed denial of service attacks on RBS/Natwest or a Polish bank being held to ransom
‘Never trust the browser’ is a mantra that all developers and security experts live by. Of course! In essence it’s an engine designed for remote code execution. What’s there to trust? But, imagine the possibilities if it could be transformed into a secure platform.
Living in a hostile world
Cyber attackers are constantly looking for, and finding, security weaknesses; program errors and other flaws in web browsers. Looking back at 2014, they proved to be very successful.