July 2021 Newsletter – Axenic Cybersecurity Commentary

Hot off the virtual press is our latest monthly cybersecurity update. Our popular round-up of some of the cybersecurity-related events over the past month that caught our eye.  This edition includes our thoughts on the recent Kaseya hack, an emerging job sector for Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) Negotiators and what not to post in online forums when you have access to classified information.  Read up on all this and more in the latest newsletter here. 

March 2021 Newsletter – Axenic Cybersecurity Commentary

Hot off the “virtual” press is our March newsletter. This month we discuss cyber news such as Accellion vulnerability and consider a use for blockchain and of course the associated risk that comes with this.  We also highlight some useful resources such as the OPC’s Principle 12 tools and our very own flexible virtual roles to help you add some extra security muscle to your organisation.  Click here to get the full picture.



Are the latest cyber attacks just fuelling the new buzz on security?

Stop, drop, and roll, is everything on fire?

Now that the media hysteria has abated on the topic of DDoS, it seems timely for us to provide some commentary on this long standing topic from the perspective of security professionals.

The recent Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on NZX, Stuff, RNZ, and many more have had the media bombarding us with updates and semi-new information aimed to keep us, the general public informed. Reading some articles on RNZ, Stuff, and NZHerald provide similar information on the attack.

There is no denying that the threat of sophisticated cyber-attacks are real, and while raising awareness about what is currently happening is a good thing, doing so without care may not be helpful. Read More