Protect your organisation’s information assets and manage your cyber risk
Protecting information assets and managing cyber risk is our mission, and one that we are pursuing successfully for hundreds of organisations like yours across the globe at this very moment.
As your strategic partner, we offer an unparalleled breadth of advanced services to match every stage of your information security journey. Our global team of experienced specialists combine the highest calibre of expertise, technology and client care – delivering practical and proven solutions to strengthen your cybercrime defences across every surface.
Information security assurance through penetration testing and social engineering.
Dionach helps organisations meet compliance requirements for standards such as PCI DSS, ISO 27001 and Cyber Essentials.
We help many organisations through understanding and limiting breaches, and mitigating the risk of potential future breaches.
In today’s fast-evolving technological environment, cyber attacks are increasing both in volume and in sophistication. We are a leader in insight-led cyber security, drawing upon our renowned research and development team to keep our clients one step ahead of emerging threats and create new techniques to combat them.
PCI DSS: 5 common mistakes to avoid
The message is clear: if you take card payments, PCI DSS applies to you. So why do some merchants remain non-compliant and risk hefty fines, reputational damage and potentially losing their ability to accept card payments? The following article highlights five common mistakes that we at Dionach regularly see in the course of our work as a PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and PCI Forensic Investigator (PFI).
Red Team engagements and the forgotten risk of mobile devices
During a red team engagement, going after low hanging fruit is the obvious choice – vulnerable web applications, external password spraying and spear phishing are amongst the most popular attacks.
However, when everything seems to fail, targeting mobile devices and mobile applications could be a surprisingly effective attack vector, due to poor policies around mobiles and the rise of Cloud Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions.
In this talk Luca Pellegreno highlights the importance of mobile devices and demonstrates how this vector can be used in a real-world attack.
Simple 2FA Moodle Plugin: From 2FA Bypass to Account Takeover
ISO 27002:2022 Update – New Annex Controls Explained (Part 2 of 2)
ISO 27002:2022 Update – New Annex Controls Explained (Part 1 of 2)