Entries by Steve Challans

Don’t Let Remote Workers Be Your Weak Link

With the advent of staff being more and more mobile with work activities, they are often not in the office. This remote teleworking has been a growing trend for many years and can mean that employee systems are not on the corporate network ever or very infrequently. If the systems are not on the corporate […]

How Snare Helps with DNS CISA Directives

As many know, the US Cyber Command issued a recent emergency directive for DNS Infrastructure Tampering. While much of the directive relates to validating organisational DNS, password and MFA settings, one key aspect of the directive discusses the monitoring and management of authorised and unauthorised changes to the DNS environment. In order to meet this […]

Incident Management from a CISO’s Perspective

Incident management isn’t too far from most CISOs’ minds in any given day. If you read the news, any news, you’d be forgiven for thinking incident equates to some kind of catastrophic breach. Well, that is an incident of course, but the reality is that in the IT management world, an incident is any kind […]