Xmas

Dear Santa….we can explain!

We made 2020 in one piece supporting IT Infrastructures and building the web in a creative way, its now time for some fun! We are not wishing, we are sure that 2021 will be better! Merry Christmas and a Happy new year! Stay “negative” – be positive! The Creative People Team:)

Safety Detectives

Interview With Chrysostomos Psaroudakis – Creative People

Chrysostomos Psaroudakis, IT Director and Quality Assurance Manager of Creative People interviewed by Aviva Zacks and Safety Detectives. Let’s find out what he loves and hates about cybersecurity. Safety Detectives: Tell me about your journey in cybersecurity. Chrysostomos Psaroudakis: My experience in cybersecurity goes back almost 20 years now. We have seen from viruses going…

Power

How is working with IT boys

People ask me all the time… how is working with IT boys? How is working in a male-dominated firm? And not any kind of firm, but an actual IT company! How is the feeling of being surrounded all the time by boys, guys, men…? First of all – as you probably already know- boys will…

XLS

How the selection of the tool to be used in a specific problem can lead to glorious success or catastrophic failure

Some days ago this article from BBC fell into my attention (https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-54422505), which explains how data of positive identified COVID-19 infections, in Britain, were lost into oblivion, due to the fact that the format of “.xls” was used to gather the data. Don’t get me wrong here, this article is not a roast for the…

Defense

Defense in depth

More than ever, infrastructure security is at risk and measures should be put in place so as to prevent or react in the … “unlikely event of a loss of cabin pressure”? “the most-likely event of a network security breach!” None of the above Well, those of you that chose “B” guessed (or even better,…

Hacking

Steganography as a weapon in credit card frauds

As Wikipedia states: Steganography (/ˌstɛɡəˈnɒɡrəfi/ STEG-ə-NOG-rə-fee) is the practice of concealing a file, message, image, or video within another file, message, image, or video. The word steganography comes from Greek steganographia, which combines the words steganós (στεγανός), meaning “covered or concealed”, and -graphia (γραφή) meaning “writing”. Ancient Greek leader Histiaeus used this practice back in…