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Cyber Threats Infographics

CRYPTOJACKING

The hijacking of web browsers and computers via malware to mine crypto-currencies such as bitcoin.

Cyber Security 'How To' Infographics and Guides

Free cybersecurity 'how to' and threats infographics.

These 'how to' infographics will be listed with their respective ISO27001/2, NIST, NCSC and cyber frameworks (CIS Top 20, NIST CSF,

UK Cyber Essentials) references. Please check back regularly for updates and additions, or alternatively, you can follow us on Twitter;

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SANS & CIS Top 20 - Historical Timeline 

How the controls have evolved over time and what does the future hold for the list.

Access Control

Conditional Access & Multi Factor Authentication

ISO 27001/2 : A.9.1, A.9.2, A.9.3, A.9.4

NIST 800-53: AC1, IA Family

CIS Top 20: 4, 6, 14, 16

NCSC: Cyber Essentials 2, 3

NIST CSF: Protect PR.AC

Logging & Monitoring

Security weakness and vulnerability logging with Splunk

ISO 27001/2 : A.9, A.12.4, A.12.6, A.12.7, A.14, A.15.2, A.16.1, A.18.2

NIST 800-53: AU - Audit and Accountably Family (AU-1 to 16)

CIS Top 20: 3, 5, 11, 12, 19, 20

NIST CSF: Protect PR.PT-1, DE.AE, DE.CM, DE.DP

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Security Operations

Vulnerability Management Program

ISO 27001/2 : A.12.6, A.14, 18.2

NIST 800-53: CM, CA-2, CA-7, RA-3, RA-5, SI-2, SI-5

CIS Top 20: 2, 5, 9, 11, 12, 14, 18, 20

NCSC: Cyber Essentials 2, 5

NIST CSF: ID.AM, PR.IP, DE.AE, DE.CM, RS.CO, RS.AN, RC.IM

CREDENTIAL STUFFING

An automated attack used by Cyber Criminals which utlises stolen email, id and passwords from data breaches to logon as legitimate users. A devastating attack for both consumer and website owners