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Meirc’s blogs are meant to be fat-free write-ups on topics which are of interest to our clients and web-site visitors. These blogs are useful when you wish to get an update on a field you follow or when you are looking for a bite-sized article that you would like to refer to or learn from. The blogs are reviewed and updated based on your feedback so please go through the blogs below and click on the one you wish to access and then let us know what you think. We would love to get your feedback. As always, we can be reached on meirc@meirc.com

Malware: “Oh what a tangled web we weave…”

  June 16 2016

As I began to write this blog article, it dawned on me that this is the 30th anniversary of my IT career. My career in the wacky world of IT began in 1986 when the first mass-market of PCs and Macs were in full bloom. Microsoft DOS was the most popular operating system, running on x86 XT and AT computers. MS Windows 1.0 had just been released, Lotus Note...;

Train to the End-Goal of Pragmatics

  June 02 2016

I was in the company of two seasoned security professionals last month who had just completed CISSP training – and I found their opinions and comments very interesting indeed. The fist point of interest here was, both individuals were of the same opinion insofar as, they saw the CISSP training as a badge which could ...;

Why have an Information Technology (IT) Disaster Recovery Plan?

  May 25 2016

Are you taking information communication technology seriously enough? 47% of UK organisations do not haveaplanintheeventofadisaster, according to a survey carried out in 2013 by the Chartered Management Institute, identifying that some of the most experienced causes of disruption during 2012 were loss of IT (40%) and loss of Telecommunications (27%) The need for planning is supported by The ...;

The Ten Keys to Cyber-Survival

  March 16 2016

I don’t know if you have noticed, but when it comes to incident response, the methodology applied by organisations can vary from the downright chaotic, to a well-disciplined, well-oiled machine. However, from what I have observed over the preceding five years of my professional life, the general approach seems to...;