Tag: OSINT

Houses Of Parliament, River Thames and Westminster Bridge, London, England

UK Parliament Cyber Attack

At the end of last week, news organisations started reporting of a ‘sustained and determined attack’ against the mailboxes of the 650 members of parliament and staff. In the initial release of information it is quite clear the login portal was the target of an automated attempt to log-in and subsequently the log-in portal has been taken offline. Somewhere in the… Read more →

Bask in the glory of the bin

When considering the security threats your organisation will encounter you would be forgiven if the humble bin slipped your mind. Every instance of this invisible cyber, hacking, scare story we receive on the media these days is referring to ‘complex and sustained attacks’. The innocent rubbish receptacles definitely don’t seem complex… But there is a wealth of knowledge hidden amongst… Read more →