We have just released a set of white papers on cybercrime and cyberterrorism that identify the best practices on cybersecurity for different business sectors. The documents examine the current status of the digital transformation and the cybersecurity threat […]
What makes an asset interesting for cyber attackers? This question may seem appropriate, but there is another, more relevant, to ask. Is it possible to lose a part of your assets through a cyber attack?
HERMENEUT identified […]
We are glad to invite you to join us on Monday the 3rd of June 2019 in London for our final conference. The Hermeneut conference “Protecting intangible assets from cyber attacks” will take a look back at the […]
On the 11th of April, EU policymakers, industry and research organisations gathered in Brussels for the second Hermeneut Cyber Policy Lab. Consortium partner, the European Organisation for Security (EOS), hosted the workshop.
This event focused on […]
Hermeneut held a successful workshop exploring cyber-attacks and risks associated with the UK Energy Grid.
Digital Catapult hosted this Hermeneut workshop in London on 3rd April 2019. As part of Hermeneut, Digital […]
Digital Catapult will be running two one-day workshops in London, respectively on the 2nd and on the 3rd of April 2019, to introduce a new perspective on cyber risk in complex ecosystems.
With an increasingly complex and […]
We are getting ready for our second Cyber-Policy Lab. The first one, “Cyberrisk in the Healthcare sector”, was dedicated to the EU Healthcare system’s cyber risk. This time, we will be examining Intellectual Property-intensive […]
News today reported that Asian game developers again targeted in supply-chain attacks distributing malware in legitimately signed software. This is not the first time attackers target the gaming industry in this way. They have […]
In our increasingly complex and interconnected world, we need to reconsider our perception of cyber risk and cyber threats. Traditional risk models rely heavily on probabilistic approaches. However, new advances in digital technologies are challenging traditional risk modelling.
The Bank of Valletta (Malta) has deliberately shut down all functions to mitigate the effects of a cyberattack. As the Times of Malta reports: “Bank of Valletta shut down all its operations on Wednesday [the […]
Hackers have breached the servers of email provider VFEmail.net and wiped the data from all its US servers, destroying all US customers’ data in the process. The attack took place on the 11th of February 2019.
VFEmail.net is a […]
The HERMENEUT project launched two Cyber-Policy Labs aimed at bringing together key sectoral stakeholders tackling cyber risk for an exchange of views on creating the best future policy environment to help combat current and emerging cyber threats.
The role of intangible assets in the modern cyber threat landscape: our article for the European Cybersecurity Journal
Today, targeted cyberattacks are elusive and evasive, rendering monolithic defence strategies not efficient anymore. Cybercriminals exploit “low-and-slow” attacks, remaining invisible for as long as possible while hunting for specific data or system targets. Therefore, the defence paradigms must […]