Tag: Security

Google Bans Crypto-Mining Extensions

Google is taking a stand on illegal crypto-mining by banning Chrome browser extensions that support crypto-jacking.

Edinburgh Community Resilience Week 2018 – Registration now open

Edinburgh Community Resilience Week 2018 will be held on 24 – 26 April. Find out more about this event.

One easy way to reduce ransomware risk

Risk managers who teach employees what suspicious email looks like can drastically reduce the risk of being hit with ransomware.

Winter Olympics site taken out for 12 hours

Visitors to the official website of the Winter Olympics were left high and dry over the weekend after a cyber-attack made it unavailable for around 12 hours.

War with an ‘ism’ is a bad idea

Have "terrorism" and "war" become buzzwords that are too often misused? An analysis on the war on Islamism by Phil Gurski.

The ABI’s buildings blueprint: Reducing flood and fire risk

Ten priorities for reducing the risks posed by flooding and fire.

Keep calm – the first rule of business continuity

Some things are hard to predict. And others are unlikely. In business, as in life, both can happen at the same time, catching us off guard.

New International Standard to reduce mining accidents

There’s no question that mining has been made safer over the years, but mines are still one of the most hazardous places to work.

Amazon Key is a new service that lets couriers unlock your front door!

The natural evolution of supply chain, or a step too far? Would you use this kind of service?

Some real questions on ‘deradicalisation’

Does deradicalization actually works? Unfortunately no one really has any idea yet. An interesting opinion piece by Phil Gurski.

6 horrors from the Equifax CEO’s congressional hearing

Equifax's former CEO Richard Smith in an attempt to make sense of how things went so wrong.