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 […]
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 […]
Daniel Kaye, a 30 years old British top hacker whose cyberattacks took the nation of Liberia offline, has been arrested and sentenced to almost three years in prison.
Kaye attacks on the cell phone operator Lonestar resulted […]
Today, information exchange is a core activity of worldwide companies, and intangible assets like information are at risk of cyberattacks. Intellectual Property Intensive industries must be prepared to protect them against cybercrime.
Hermeneut has developed a dynamic cybersecurity risk […]
Today, the elusiveness of targeted attacks (TAs) and the number of evasion tactics exploited by the ongoing cyberattacks are so significant that monolithic defence strategies are not efficient anymore. Successful attacks are built to stay […]
Economic assessment of intangible assets is a topic still open to investigation for the research community. And a relevant one, considering that cyberattacks are targeting more and more a company’s intangible assets (i.e. invisible, yet pervasive resources of […]
Today, a huge amount of our daily activities is supported by information exchange. Unfortunately, this information represents a top income to cyber-criminals. Cyber threats are increasing, especially among Intellectual Property intensive industries, putting at risk not only data, […]
In 2016 SS&C Technologies, a financial services software firm, was sued after allegedly falling for a CEO fraud scam that ultimately led to wiring $5.9 million funds to China-based hackers. The hackers tricked company staffers into releasing client money: […]
According to a Comparitech Report released on the 6th of September, data breaches not only affect confidential information, but hit share prices, too.
Their study looked at incidents from the past six years occurred to 24 companies listed on […]
The Europol has released a leaflet illustrating how intellectual property crimes are taking advantage from Darknet marketplaces.
The leaflet was presented at the Europol Intellectual Property Crime Conference on […]