Threat Roundup for May 29 to June 5

Today, Talos is publishing a glimpse into the most prevalent threats we’ve observed between May 29 and June 5. As with previous roundups, this post isn’t meant to be an in-depth analysis. Instead, this post will summarize the threats we’ve observed by highlighting key behavioral characteristics, indicators of compromise, and discussing how our customers are…

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Applying The Team Of Teams Operating Model To Accelerate Digital Transformation

I believe the modern-day digital disruptor has a specific vision and mission: Vision: Significantly advance their organization's data and digital capabilities to drive firm growth, client loyalty and operating leverage. Mission: Champion digital disruption on behalf of customers by creating enterprise-as-a-service (ENaaS) offerings, increasing speed to market by cutting down on setup costs. Everyone is…

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Run note for May 2020 – Simon Wilson

Coming into the month I felt my leg was better following injury but not best. I’d notched up 94km of running in April, to take my annual total to 500km. Most of that running came in the last three weeks of the month. My leg felt solid enough to keep going out and keep pushing…

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SHARED VALUES: What Black Lives Matters shows about how the public sector needs to get involved with countering hate and fake news – The Dan Slee Blog » LOCAL SOCIAL: Is it time for a Local localgovcamp?

You would have to be living under a stone not to realise that the Black Lives Matter protests were taking place. Sparked by the death of George Floyd in police custody in the USA protests have swept the world. I began to see them debated in community Facebook groups. Being a bit of a geek…

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even in lockdown, the professional and personal learning doesn’t stop – comms2point0 free online resource for creative comms people – comms2point0

Creating engaging content will forever be our goal. But if it’s educational too then that’s something to be really proud of. by Lauren Allan Maybe it’s just me, but sometimes there is a lot of noise. I don’t mean the road outside or the muffled sound of other conversations through walls. It’s the noise from social…

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Supporting new starters during lockdown – dxw

Like a lot of organisations, we’ve had to change how we do things due to the lockdown. One of those things is how we welcome new staff. We’ve had to do everything remotely so we’ve written about the experience for a couple of our new starters and from our HR Delivery Manager. Lola Dansu, Delivery…

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