Cyber Security in the Age of Complexity

A survey published by the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) suggests that as many as one in five firms were attacked by hackers last year. There are a host of factors that contribute to this depressing statistic, but one of the most important underlying issues is...

Deep Secure welcomes West Worcestershire MP

Harriett Baldwin, Member of Parliament for West Worcestershire visited our HQ last week. The visit coincides with the business preparing to launch its latest innovation in the fight against cyber threats at June’s Infosecurity Europe show at Olympia, London. The Deep...

The Antidote to Serpent Ransomware

Serpent ransomware is well made, geographically focussed and utilises some highly effective technical and social engineering techniques to target unwary users.  With so many conventional cyber security defences failing to successfully combat this type of malware, we...

Don’t shed a tear over Weeping Angel

The Wikleaks claim that the CIA’s Weeping Angel malware – spread using USB sticks – can spy on you via your TV, highlights the risk of allowing removable media into any network. If you’ve spent a day in London, observing the behaviour of those who guard...

Blunting the threat of Stonedrill Malware

Stonedrill is a new malware variant that has the potential to wreak havoc by wiping any workstation it gains access to. With targeted spear-phishing documents the most likely attack vector, we look at how best to defend your organisation and nullify the threat....