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CYBER INSIGHTS: Monday 01 July 2024 – Today’s SME Cybersecurity News & Intelligence

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Gibraltar: Monday  01 July 2024 at 07:00 CET

CYBER INSIGHTS: The Latest SME Cybersecurity News & Intelligence …
Written & Curated By Iain Fraser – Cybersecurity Journalist
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Welcome to Today’s Edition of CYBERInsights -The Daily Roundup of the Latest European SME Cybersecurity News including: 1).Cyber Awareness  2). Supply Chain Security 3). What is MFA/2FA

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1). CYBER AWARENESS: Bridging the Knowledge Gap – It is universally accepted that there is a huge Cybersecurity Knowledge & Skills Gap throughout Europe & the UK and of course the Small Business is no exception. You set up your new business and suddenly find a myriad of Threat Actors queuing up to hack your systems and steal you valuable data or even more prevalent you are locked out of your systems because you have become the victim of a Ransomware Attack. The European SME must increase their Cybersecurity Awareness …

2). THREAT INTEL: SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY – The majority of global organisations (54%) suffered a software supply chain attack in the past year, and most are unable to keep up with the growing risk landscape according to Synopsys who have released their ‘State of Software Supply Chain Security Risk’ report. The Report also found that 50% of organisations took more than a month to respond to an attack, and one in five said that their organisation is not effective in its ability to detect and respond to these attacks.

3). WHAT IS MFA (2FA) Cyber KPI’sWhat is Multi Factor Authentication (2 Factor Authorisation) and why should SMEs use it? Multi-factor authentication (MFA; two-factor authentication, or 2FA) is a multi-step account login process that requires users to enter more information than just a password. For example, along with the password, users might be asked to enter a code sent to their email, answer a secret question, or scan a fingerprint. protects personal data—which may include personal identification or financial assets

ABOUT IAIN FRASER – I am a Gibraltar based, Accredited Journalist, (*NUJ, IFJ & ONA) Authority Writer,  Commentator & Publisher of CYBERinsights and cover all aspects of Cybersecurity [Awareness, Threat Management, Best Practice Compliance & Mitigation] and report throughout Europe & the UK

In addition to Cybersecurity, I also cover the sectors where I have either operational experience or subject matter expert knowledge including: Geopolitics, Defence Technology, AI & National Security and contribute to a broad range of European facing news channels, blogs and digital magazines as either Guest Feature Writer, Columnist or Consultant Editor.

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