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Cyber Security in Gaming
Assurance
Peter

Cyber Security in Gaming

Cyber Security in Gaming is something I have dealt with for many years as a CISO within the Gala Coral Group. Gaming as an industry

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Cyber Security Awareness
Cyber Security Awareness
Stuart

Security Behaviour

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and in this series of blogs we will be providing simple tips and tricks to help you and your staff remain ever vigilant against the threats that criminals pose to our digital lives.

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Hackers
Cyber Security Awareness
Peter

The Spartacus Connection Attack

One of the cool things about my job is that I get to blue-sky think some crazy ideas. Today started like nothing out of the ordinary. I was working on an engagement for a client, with the express goal of joining their company.

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Cybersecurity Month
Cyber Security Awareness
Stuart

Staying safe using your device

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and in this series of blogs we will be providing simple tips and tricks to help you and your staff remain ever vigilant against the threats that criminals pose to our digital lives.
This blog will look at apps, downloads and staying safe using your device.

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Installing OpenVAS
Guides
Peter

Installing OpenVAS

Lets get down and dirty installing OpenVAS. OpenVAS is a free to use vulnerability scanner that was originally forked from the opensource Nessus project. One of the most common complaints I receive from my students is that OpenVAS is next to impossible to install.

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Cyber Security Awareness
Cyber Security Awareness
Stuart

Cyber Security Awareness

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and in this series of blogs we will be providing simple tips and tricks to help you and your staff remain ever vigilant against the threats that criminals pose to our digital lives.

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Installing Metasploit
Guides
Peter

Installing Metasploit

Lets get down and dirty installing Metasploit. One of the most common complaints I receive from my students is that they can not get Metasploit to install so revert to Windows. If you have been following along in my Pentest Workstation series you will have built your Ubuntu workstation.

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Building a Pentest Server
Guides
Peter

Building a Pentest Server

In this 5 part series, I will be running through how to go about building a pentest server. This is one of the modules I cover with students and interns and I often find myself surprised at how uneasy people feel when they have no GUI.

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Gaming Security
News
Peter

Gaming Security sees another Casino Flatlines

Another Gaming Security story. Cache Creek Casino Resort, in northern California, has been offline since late September due to what it calls a “systems infrastructure failure”. Their computer systems were the target of an outside attack and that the incident is under investigation.

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Hackers Kill
Data Protection
Peter

Hackers Kill

On Thursday 17th September, hackers kill through a technology attack. An attack by as yet unknown hackers attack caused the failure of IT systems at a major hospital in Duesseldorf, and ultimately resulted in the death of a patient.

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