Red Goat Insider Threat Report 2019

Insider Threat Report 2019 finally released! Red Goat Cyber Security are proud to announce the results of their research into insider threat reporting. The research examines reporting observed in intentional insider threat cases and the factors that may influence the decision to report suspicious activity. The research highlights a chronic under reporting in companies and […]

3 Steps To Make Cyber Security Awareness Month A Success In Your Company

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month! A lot of our clients are busy preparing events and internal campaigns to increase awareness of cyber related issues in October. However with limited time and too many options, it can seem like too much to fit in to your schedule. Here are 3 steps you can take to […]

Red Goat finalists for Computer Security Awards 2019

Red Goat Cyber Security has been recognised as a finalist in the 2019 Computing Security Awards. Partner and Co-founder, Lisa Forte, has been selected as a finalist for the “Contribution to Cyber Security” Award too. Red Goat, one of the leading experts in social engineering and insider threat, has been named a finalist in the […]

Teiss Podcast on Insider Threat

“I really enjoyed making this podcast with Anna Delaney. She always asks hard interesting questions and it was great fun to discuss some of the more alarming cases of insider threats. I hope you enjoy this colourful episode!” https://www.teiss.co.uk/analysis/the-big-interview/insider-threat-lisa-forte/

The importance of testing your incident response

Why you should test your incident response: A review of the Maersk incident

Fire drills are commonplace. We test the alarms, the evacuation procedures and the fire marshals get to practice their roles. In a cyber attack there can be just as much chaos as with a fire, perhaps even more so. This is why incident response is such an important consideration for companies and why, no matter […]

Tales from the road: Think before you speak

  I recently went for a meeting at a company’s office. This company had a few floors in a shared office building. Due to a large amount of black coffee being consumed during the lengthy meeting I needed to find the ladies room before departing. Thankfully there was one in the reception area of the […]

Women In The Tech Sector: Q&A

Friday the 8th of March is International Women’s Day. In December 2018 I won the Top 100 Women In Tech Award and the awards process got me thinking about all the amazing women I have met during my journey in the tech sector. We have all had different experiences and have different recipes for success. […]

What online radicalisation can teach you about security

There has been a lot of media coverage here in the UK about a young woman who previously left the UK as a teenager to go to Syria and join Islamic State. She has recently expressed her desire to return to the UK, causing widespread disagreement as to whether she and her new-born child should […]

Paris riots and corporate security

I was recently hired to speak at an event in Paris. I love the city however this particular visit was during an unfortunate time. Paris is suffering from some of the worst and most violent rioting in many years.  As a social engineer I am interested in human behaviour and one particular area of interest […]