Global Threat Landscape 2022 Forecast

2021 saw a massive spike in threats, of all types, across the globe. Being more proactive with regards to security measures and processes, rather than reactive, means staying ahead of the growing threat landscape. Knowing what is out there and what threats are likely to hit in 2022, based off an analysis of what we have seen throughout 2021, means that methods to contain and mitigate can be put in place in order to remediate and mitigate attacks.

Watch SecurityHQ’s very own Security Monitoring and Incident Response Lead, Aaron Hambleton and Security Analyst, Nikhil Mohanlal, discussing some of the greatest threats of 2021, trends that developed throughout 2021, what we learnt from these threats and attacks, and what that means for 2022.

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  • The greatest threats of 2021, and
    what that means for threats and security measures in 2022.

  • Explore notes from the field, with real life case study examined.

  • What to do in the event of an attack, and recommendations for safeguarding.

  • Delve into the growing threat landscape head-on, for complete visibility and peace of mind.

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Global Threat Forecast 2022

Throughout 2021, in every part of the world, cyber security threats increased, challenges grew, and in the face of uncertainty, organisations did their best to mitigate against attacks that were new and destructive. But what these adversities provided, was a glimpse into the development of threats of the future and how, from our experiences throughout this last year, we can learn from the approaches seen, to better safeguard the people, processes, and data of 2022.

As a global MSSP, SecurityHQ had full visibility of threats as they evolved during 2021, and of the large campaigns and threat groups as they developed. This paper will discuss some of the evolving threats, the prevalent actors, the industries targeted, and what that means for threats of 2022, as well as to provide some of the solutions, recommendations, and actions to combat and mitigate against these threats.

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10 Tips for Getting Your Chaotic Project Back on Track

Chaotic projects can wreak havoc on our working and personal lives. One day you may wake up to realize that the priorities in your organization have changed, causing your project to be deprioritized, over budget, won't be delivered on time, or worse. Project management software like LiquidPlanner can help you catch these common issues before they arise. Read our top 10 tips for getting a chaotic project back on track.

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Victaulic Uses LiquidPlanner to Maintain Their Competitive Advantage

Victaulic is the global leading producer of mechanical pipe joining, flow control & fire protection solutions. Since 1919, their innovative technologies and engineering services have optimized productivity and reduced risk, ensuring projects are completed safely, on time and within budget.

How does Victaulic maintain its competitive advantage in the mechanical pipe industry? By bringing new, value-add solutions to their customer. LiquidPlanner enables them to have:

  • VISIBILITY: Accurate insights inform critical conversations about strategic priorities to enable confident prioritization and resourcing decisions.
  • TRANSPARENCY: Teams know how the plan was put together, can see the data underpinning the next steps, and feel more confident in managing the daily work across the project portfolio.
  • STANDARDIZED WORK: Creating standard work with repeatable processes saves time and provides baseline metrics for key performance indicators.

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Your Grant Management Workbook

Nowadays, your grant management works involve a lot of operational and administrative responsibilities. When launching a grant project, one of your main focuses is to ensure that everyone follows the grant process's steps and remains efficient in delivering the required materials and reports. Your goal is to make sure that the grant goes to the nonprofit chosen and is implemented effectively.

In this ebook, you’ll find out how to make your Grant Management process easy and efficient.

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Empower Your Corporate Social Mindset

Because the field of Corporate Volunteering is so vast, it is essential to lay the basis of it and start your volunteering journey with every piece of information and the best tips to run a smooth successful program.

In this handy ebook, you will find everything you need to make the most out of your Volunteering program, meaning:

  • An insightful comment on how to adopt a corporate social mindset, based on the discussion Optimy had with the amazing speaker and writer Michael Alberg-Seberich.
  • The best tips on how to plan and execute your Corporate Volunteering program.
  • Tricks to grow your employee engagement for your volunteering activities.
  • The secrets to overcoming the challenges you might face.
  • An article to get a clear idea of why you might need a volunteering management software for your organization.

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The What, When, Where, Who, How and Why Behind Security Incidents

Security people can be infuriating. All too often security incidents are confused in a fog of acronyms, data, and analysis. The industry, as a whole, has failed to make information presentation humanly readable and visual.

Picture the scene of a crime; and enter our hero… the police investigator. As he scans the scene for evidence, he tries to build a picture of the events that led to this crime. There are only 6 questions in his mind… What, When, Where, Who, Why and How?

And so, to solve a problem, either in the physical world, or your cyber environment, these elements are the factors you must question and decipher to solve a problem or collect the right information.

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The Advantages of Partnering with an MSSP or Building a SOC Internally

Outsourcing to an MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or building an internal SOC (Security Operations Center), each comes with its own set of advantages and challenges.

The aim of both is to enhance your cyber security, develop your systems, and protect your data, processes, and people. However, knowing which strategy to take can be a hard decision to make, especially if you are unsure of what each approach requires in the first place.

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Global Threat Landscape 2022 Forecast

Join SecurityHQ’s very own Security Monitoring and Incident Response Lead, Aaron Hambleton and Security Analyst, Nikhil Mohanlal, on the 10th of March for a webinar to discuss some of the greatest threats of 2021, trends that developed throughout 2021, what we learnt from these threats and attacks, and what that means for 2022.

2021 saw a massive spike in threats, of all types, across the globe. Being more proactive with regards to security measures and processes, rather than reactive, means staying ahead of the growing threat landscape. Knowing what is out there and what threats are likely to hit in 2022, based off an analysis of what we have seen throughout 2021, means that methods to contain and mitigate can be put in place in order to remediate and mitigate attacks.

Learn about

  • The greatest threats of 2021, and what that means for threats and security measures in 2022.
  • Explore notes from the field, with real life case study examined.
  • What to do in the event of an attack, and recommendations for safeguarding.
  • Delve into the growing threat landscape head-on, for complete visibility and peace of mind.

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Ransomware Controls SecurityHQ’s Zero Trust x40

In response to a recent attack against Hackney Council, and after observing a recent and sudden increase in ransomware attacks across the globe, and in every vertical, “SecurityHQ’s Zero Trust x40” is a list of simple, inexpensive and common-sense mitigations that seek to break the adversarial tactics required to successfully orchestrate an enterprise wide ransomware attack, including Initial Access, Privilege Escalation, Lateral Movement and Exfiltration.

This paper includes:

  • 40 recommendations to help organisations safeguard against threats, both future and current.
  • Reasonings behind each recommendation, with real-life examples and analysis of recent ransomware threats.
  • An exploration of the cruciality of “asymmetrical warfare” and an evaluation of the future threat landscape.

Replay a sophisticated ransomware attack, you will develop a sense of regrettable respect for the ingenuity involved.

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Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

Managed Detection and Response (MDR) powered by real-time log analytics, with security orchestration automation & response tooling works 24x7 to identify threats and malicious activity. It enables you to investigate and respond to threats in good time thereby safeguarding your data and processes.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's MDR service include:

  • 24/7 Monitoring and Detection of Threats powered by real-time analytics and Enterprise-Grade & Gartner leading SIEM Technology.
  • Improved Speed of detection and response. SLA provides detection, analysis & notification within 15 minutes of a critical event.
  • Reduced Cost and Complexity and up/ Downscale Effortlessly.
  • Access to 260+ Security Analysts on demand.

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Vulnerability Management Service

Constant growth and business progression is good news for any business. However, business growth often makes it more vulnerable to external circumstances. This is where SecurityHQ’s Vulnerability Management Service steps in and provides a vulnerability management program that helps organisations accurately detect, classify, and contextualise vulnerabilities, with designed & prioritised remediation programs, for full-proof vulnerability & patch management, delivered 24/7 by our certified analysts.

Customer benefits from this service with:

  • Auditable collaboration, precise and applicable synopsis, and carefully crafted reports (Daily, weekly and monthly reports with granular statistical graphing).
  • Dedicated Vulnerability Management Team, available 24/7.
  • Understand the level of internal/external digital risk (critical applications/systems).
  • A proactive security defense strategy, by uncovering vulnerabilities rapidly, and to get them patched / mitigated.

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Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

Continuously Monitoring, Detection and Response of Malicious Behaviour with SecurityHQ’s XDR Service.

To keep up with new threats, businesses now require different combinations of detection and response capabilities. SecurityHQ covers XDR with multiple feature options, to ensure an enhanced security posture specific to your needs.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's XDR service include:

  • Improved protection, detection, and response capabilities.
  • Bespoke Service.
  • Advanced Threat Prevention & Detection with Comprehensive View of Risks via Real-Time Monitoring and Alerting.
  • Cost Saving - No Need to Build Internal SOC Capabilities or Maintain the Required Tools.
  • Access to SecurityHQ’s Award-Winning Incident Management and Analytics platform.

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The What, When, Where, Who, How and Why Behind Security Incidents

Security people can be infuriating. All too often security incidents are confused in a fog of acronyms, data, and analysis. The industry, as a whole, has failed to make information presentation humanly readable and visual.

Picture the scene of a crime; and enter our hero… the police investigator. As he scans the scene for evidence, he tries to build a picture of the events that led to this crime. There are only 6 questions in his mind… What, When, Where, Who, Why and How?

And so, to solve a problem, either in the physical world, or your cyber environment, these elements are the factors you must question and decipher to solve a problem or collect the right information.

View Now

The Advantages of Partnering with an MSSP or Building a SOC Internally

Outsourcing to an MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or building an internal SOC (Security Operations Center), each comes with its own set of advantages and challenges.

The aim of both is to enhance your cyber security, develop your systems, and protect your data, processes, and people. However, knowing which strategy to take can be a hard decision to make, especially if you are unsure of what each approach requires in the first place.

View Now