JANUARY - MARCH 2021
As we continue to navigate the year ahead, ‘resilience’ will be the word that encapsulates how businesses move forward. Our CEO, Arno Robbertse, provides insight into what this word means for enterprises and how we can learn from the past and rethink the future. 
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Welcome to the first bulletin of 2021.

It’s been a busy first quarter with January ending on a high following our 7th annual ITC Cyber Summit. Appropriately named RETHINK, not only were we forced to reimagine how we held our event, transforming it into a digital experience, but we discussed how, in order to secure the digital world collectively, businesses need to rethink how they operate securely going forward. We’ll be carrying on this theme throughout the year releasing blogs with advice on how you can put this into practice today and beyond.

Following our launch of the first UK Healthcare Dome, as a Collective Defence framework dedicated to the healthcare sector, we will be hosting a special virtual roundtable on Wednesday 21st April to discuss how healthcare providers can strengthen their cyber immunity and multiply defences, without having to multiply investments. Find out more and register here.  

The next couple of months will be a busy road ahead for ITC as we have lots of exciting things coming up. To stay informed, make sure to follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter for first-hand updates.

Following the Hafnium attack on Microsoft Exchange Servers, our research has found that businesses are still yet to apply the necessary patches despite the attack taking place a couple of weeks ago. As a Microsoft Gold partner, we would be happy to assist with any remediation advice or what next steps you should take.

Going forward our bulletin will be delivered on a quarterly basis, so do keep an eye out for the next issue available in June.

As always, we’re here to help. Should you need assistance on anything cyber security related then please get in touch.

 

UK Cyber Security Council Officially Launches as Independent Body 
The UK Cyber Security Council – a self-regulatory organization responsible for boosting professional standards and career prospects for those working in cybersecurity – has officially started work as an independent body. Full article here.

 

It’s Open Season for Microsoft Exchange Server Hacks
A patch for the vulnerabilities China exploited has been released. Now, criminal groups are going to reverse engineer it—if they haven’t already. Full article here.

 

Microsoft doubles down on zero trust security policies
New features across Azure, Microsoft 365 and Defender aim to protect customers against external breaches and insider threats.
Full article here.

 

Record year for UK’s £8.9bn cyber security sector
In case you missed it, a new government report shows that the UK's growing cyber industry attracted record investment last year, despite the global pandemic. Full article here.
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