Financial institutions hold vast quantities of high value data which makes them a primary target for cyber-attackers. In the face of this threat and under increasing pressure from regulators, making the right security investments is vital.
With large scale attacks targeting law firms, barristers’ chambers and other professional services firms, organisations in the sector must make the right security investments to protect themselves and their clients.
Rapid digitalisation has created a mounting range of security challenges for organisations that sell products and services online. Protecting customers’ personal data must be a priority.
As transport operators continue to digitise their operations to improve communications, signalling, timetabling and passenger experience, they cannot afford to ignore the associated cyber security risks.
The dependency of today’s digitised and interconnected global economies on the energy sector has made it an attractive target for cybercriminals, so protecting providers of essential services is of paramount importance.
The manufacturing sector is now the UK’s third most heavily targeted industry by cybercriminals, but organisations within the sector are among the least well prepared to defend themselves.
Organisations in the healthcare sector process huge amounts of sensitive patient and employee information and it is essential they have the right cyber security controls in place to protect systems and data from compromise.
Media companies that fail to implement appropriate security measures in a fast-evolving digital landscape risk leaving data exposed to theft and piracy, inflicting significant financial, operational and reputational damage.
Universities, colleges and schools collect vast quantities of confidential data and must ensure the right controls are in place to prevent cyber-attacks from compromising staff and student confidentially as well as academic standards.
Digitisation is playing an increasingly important role for housing associations, estate agents and property developers, but without robust security, the personal data of tenants and partners is at risk.
To avoid threats to public services and state security, local and central government must ensure that comprehensive cyber security controls and procedures are in place to provide protection against malicious actors.
A rise in the number of cyber-attacks targeting nonprofits has increased the need for charities, foundations and trade organisations to prioritise cyber security and protect the personal information of supporters and donors.
To support General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance, Redscan’s cyber security solutions help organisations to safeguard personal data by identifying vulnerabilities, proactively monitoring threats and supporting swift threat remediation and incident reporting.
Redscan’s services also help organisations to comply with the DPA 2018 – the governing UK legislation designed to implement data protection standards to the level necessitated by the GDPR.
We reduce the cost and complexity of meeting the lengthy list of requirements that affect any organisation needing to process, transmit or store credit and debit card payment information.
Learn how Redscan’s cyber security services help organisations introduce the security controls needed to meet evolving SWIFT CSP compliance needs.
The NIS Directive is designed to improve security and resilience across the EU. Learn how we help to ensure that operators of essential services and digital services providers have the necessary controls in place to minimise security risk.
The Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSP Toolkit) is an online-self assessment tool that helps organisations within the NHS to benchmark their security against the National Data Guardian’s ten Data Security Standards (NDG Standards).
While moving workloads to Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a range of benefits, such as lowering IT costs and improving scalability and productivity, you cannot afford to ignore the potential cyber security risks.
Hybrid cloud security monitoring to improve threat visibility and help swiftly respond to attacks is an effective way to minimise cyber security risk and ensure compliance with the latest regulations and standards.
Azure cloud security monitoring to improve threat visibility and help swiftly respond to attacks is an effective way to minimise cyber security risk and ensure compliance with the latest regulations and standards.
In recent years, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has emerged as the popular choice for businesses in need of a scalable cloud hosting solution. Owing to the sensitive information they hold, however, GCP environments are commonly targeted by cybercriminals.
G Suite cloud applications such as Google Drive and Gmail help businesses to improve workforce productivity and collaboration. However, without appropriate mechanisms in place to protect and monitor G Suite environments, organisations risk exposing critical data and assets.
As the world’s most widely used SaaS platform, Microsoft Office 365 is routinely targeted by cybercriminals. Securing applications and services such as OneDrive, SharePoint and Exchange should therefore be a high priority.
Using virtualisation technology built into Windows Server, Microsoft Hyper-V enables organisations to create flexible virtualised computing environments. However, when utilising Hyper-V, the right controls must be in place to maximise the many operational benefits it offers.
VMWare security monitoring to improve threat visibility and help swiftly respond to attacks is an effective way to minimise cyber security risks and achieve compliance with the latest regulations and standards.
With cybercriminals constantly gaining in sophistication, mitigating cyber security risk is a huge challenge requiring rapid threat detection and incident response capabilities.
Knowing when your organisation is under attack by hunting for and shutting down breaches is vital to help prevent financial and reputational damage.
Understanding if your cyber security is capable of standing up to the latest threats is pivotal to effective risk mitigation, so penetration testing and red teaming can be hugely valuable for any organisation.
If your organisation is currently operating in the cloud or considering following the lead of many other businesses in doing so, it’s essential to ensure that your critical assets are well protected.
To minimise the risk of attacks and limit the vast damage and disruption they can cause, having the ability to rapidly respond to breaches is essential.
Malware, in its many forms, is an increasing threat to your business’ cyber security. It is important to have controls in place to detect and respond to related attacks before they can cause significant damage.
Phishing attacks target organisations of all sizes and are becoming increasingly prevalent, sophisticated, convincing and costly, so defending against them must be a priority.
Whether acting out of malice or negligence, insider threats pose a significant risk to all organisations, and not enough are allocating sufficient resources to mitigate the risk.
Discover how Redscan’s services can help your organisation to achieve hassle-free compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation’s cyber security requirements.
Not only does the shift to remote working increase your attack surface, it also renders traditional network controls ineffective. Learn how to embrace the benefits of home working without negatively impacting cyber security.