Veracity Blog

7th Jun 2024

Cyber risks are becoming personal for C-Suite

Rule changes surrounding cyber risks which have already seen Uber’s former CISO sentenced to three years’ probation should be of concern to all C-Suite executives. 

Joseph Sullivan, Uber’s former chief information security officer, was found guilty of paying hackers $100,000 (£79,000) after they gained access to 57 million records of Uber customers, including names and phone numbers. 

Cyber Security, Industry Insight
14th May 2024

Ad Fraud is damaging your business reputation

Ad fraud is a complex and ever evolving issue and it will damage your business reputation if you fall victim to it.

The fall-out from having your business’ adverts appear on problematic web pages, or from your company being a victim of a cyber-attack, is both financially painful and damaging to your business reputation.

Ad Fraud Prevention
24th Apr 2024

How to beat the bot clicks

Non-human interactions – or bot clicks – are responsible for almost half of all internet traffic – standing currently at 47.4 per cent. 

With the rise in the internet being at the heart of so many critical business functions, comes the rise of malicious bots deliberately programmed to act in bad faith. 

Industry Insight
20th Mar 2024

Protecting the UK’s critical national infrastructure

The UK’s critical national infrastructure (CNI) consists of the most important systems in the country – responsible for keeping the economy functioning and supplying services to homes and businesses.

Recent changes in the geopolitical environment, including the ongoing war in Ukraine, the rise of state-aligned groups around the globe and an increase in aggressive cyber activity, means the threat status for the UK’s CNI has heightened.

Cyber Security, Industry Insight
19th Feb 2024

Phishing attacks: Defending your legal organisation

Phishing affects everyone but the Legal Sector is more attractive for cyber criminals due to the nature of the business, indeed the 32nd annual PwC Annual Law Firms’ Survey 2023 revealed that 85 per cent of the UK’s Top 100 firms are extremely, or somewhat, concerned about cyber threats.

Reputation is critical to the business of law, which makes legal practices attractive targets for extortion. The Legal Sector is additionally more vulnerable because of the amount of highly sensitive information businesses carry, as well as the large volumes of money they can be dealing with. This makes organisations in the sector especially targeted by phishing attacks.

Cyber Security, Industry Insight

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