Nixu started an Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) academy program at the beginning of 2022. The idea of the academy was to provide a good environment for interested and motivated juniors to learn and become professionals in the field of IGA/Digital Identities. In addition, the idea was for the trainees to gain experience and to grow into experts, and through that to answer the high demand in the market for Digital Identity professionals. Read more about the traineeship program written by the trainees themselves!
The Nixu Digital Forensics & Incident Response (DFIR) team is a team dedicated to Incident Response investigations. Basically, the team is the one that comes to the scene when the roof is on fire – like the firemen – but with a difference compared to law enforcement: officials investigate the devices that have been used by the threat actor, and the incident responders are usually investigating the devices of the victims.
Someone wise once said that change is the only constant. That is also true in the payment card industry as PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) recently released the next version of the PCI DSS standard. This new revision, version 4.0, is the most significant update to the standard since 2013 (when PCI DSS 3.0 was released) and it will have an impact on all stakeholders in the PCI DSS industry.