Everyone's talking about it...
Ultima raises key security issues in the press
Did you know that social engineering is now responsible for the majority of the UK’s data breaches? More and more cyber criminals are focusing on manipulating employees in order to gain access to their company’s private systems and data – and everyone’s talking about it.
Media coverage of key technology developments can be an important source of information for IT decision makers; from keeping up to date with industry news, best practice for technology implementation and insights into how to avoid common pitfalls. Ultima is helping to drive awareness of both emerging technologies as well as threats to business resilience and the trends that can impact organisations.
Did you know that social engineering is now responsible for the majority of the UK’s data breaches? More and more cyber criminals are focusing on manipulating employees in order to gain access to their company’s private systems and data with incidents becoming more and more common.
Read on for the latest opinions and commentary from Richard de Vere, Founder of The AntiSocial Engineer and now Head of Social Engineering at Ultima:
Richard DeVere discusses the future of AI, including ChatGPT – the new technological revolution that’s currently sweeping the world and is set to be the shape of things to come.
The Times invites Richard De Vere to comment on cyber security following the revelation that Ministers’ phones ‘could be hacked in 20 minutes’ using online data.
The Daily Mail adds further commentary around the current cyber threats posed to Ministers and Richard De Vere adds even more insight to the discussion.
The Daily Express reports on the recent cyber-attack on the Prince of Wales’ website and Richard De Vere explains how the NHS could be vulnerable too.
Richard De Vere comments on Louisiana's headline-grabbing move to restrict access to pornographic websites and the importance of proper authentication.
Richard De Vere shares his opinions on the psychology of phishing and the gaps criminals are now exploiting as part of the Raconteur’s SaaS data security feature.