Posted on 30th December 2019
The FBI also recommends changing factory-set (default) passwords and not allowing an IoT device’s accompanying mobile app to gain access to too many smartphone permissions. The FBI says owners of IoT (Internet of Things) devices should…
Posted on 20th November 2019
Disney’s big new streaming service, Disney+, has already been hacked and the personal information of thousands of customers have been stolen and put up for sale by hackers on the dark web. Customer accounts are…
Posted on 4th August 2019
While the password-cracking Mimikatz took top honors, Mac-targeted malware accounted for two of the 10 most detected malware samples, according to WatchGuard. Article was written by Robert Lemos, Dark Reading. Malware targeting Apple’s Mac operating…
Posted on 30th July 2019
No longer can you secure the perimeter or a centralized core and trust that nothing will get in or out. Effective security depends on an in-depth strategy – from the core to the edge.
Posted on 23rd July 2019
Of particular interest for cybercriminals is the Domain Name System, which plays a central role in orchestrating all Internet and application traffic.
Posted on 21st July 2019
Are you in the 26% of people who use one of these PIN codes to unlock their phones?
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Posted on 16th July 2019
Threat actors increasingly using malicious URLs, HTTPS domains, file-sharing sites in email attacks, FireEye says.
Posted on 9th July 2019
Recent research from Malwarebytes, ISSA, and ESG find that security professionals have little confidence in their ability to prevent their organization from being breached. What’s behind this mindset? And how can we turn the tide to stay a step ahead of the criminals?
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