Can you afford not to implement ISO27001

You might think that because you are a Small, Medium Business (SMB) that you are not an obvious target for hackers but this is simply not true!  Yes hackers go after big companies, their huge databases making them lucrative targets for ransomware attacks but as smaller businesses typically have weaker cyber security, this makes them […]

5 Tips for Fighting Credential Stuffing Attacks

Author: Gary O’Brien, Director at Safe Harbour Security February 2021 has seen what some say is the largest data breach of all time, a massive database containing 3.2 billion unique email/password pairs leaked on a hacker forum online. COMB – the compilation of many breaches contains 3.2 Billion (yes that’s correct billion) unique pairs of […]

5 Tips for start-ups for better Information security

Author : Gary O Brien, Safe Harbour Security Protecting data when a company is still in the start-up phase can be quite a challenge. Not everyone in the company may understand how essential an information security policy is or what types of data need to be protected. There may also be limited resources available to […]

5 Tips for discussing ISO 27001 with your executive

Protecting key information assets is of critical importance to the sustainability and competitiveness of businesses today. Companies need to be on the front foot in terms of their cyber preparedness. Cyber security is all too often thought of as an IT issue, rather than the strategic risk management issue it actually is. Companies will always […]

5 tips to help you with your ISO27001 audit

ISO27001 Audits in general can be quite daunting  especially if Information Security or understanding of the ISO27001 standard is not your main area of expertise.  Concerns that can arise in the run up to an ISO27001 audit  usually range from:  “I  need more resource if we’re going to do this” “I don’t have adequate skills for this” “Where […]