Tag: Richard De Vere

Sage UK Payroll Data Breach

Personal details and bank account information for employees of as many as 300 large UK companies may have been compromised as part of a data breach at Sage, a UK accountancy software group. August 11th, 2016 Sage UK Payroll services started notifying customers of a data breach effecting their staff payroll systems. A rather generic statement was believed to be provided… Read more →

InfoSec Interviews – Richard De Vere

Original article by IT Governance: here So a while back I was interviewed by Lewis Morgan from the IT Governance Blog and thought i’d share this on the site. It is a little tongue in cheek reading it back actually! But genuine none the less.   First, let’s quickly cover the basics: what is social engineering? Well, a good question straight… 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 →