Archive

Back to homepage
Hardware/Network

Could a shutdown ignite insider threats?

The 35-day government shutdown may be on a brief hiatus, but with the temporary deal to fund federal departments slotted to end on Feb. 15, many government workers are worried

Software

Internet Safety – The Unforgotten Mass Of Small Users

Living in the age of Cyber Adversity in which the risks from on-line hackers, criminals, cyber-miscreants, not to mention those foes who exist in the guise of service providers wishing to exploit our

Industry Insights

The Tech Trends That Will Shape 2019

With every passing year comes an exciting set of technological trends. Whether these are built around an entirely new idea or an upgrade to an existing technology, these trends bring

Artificial Intelligence

Machine learning fundamentals: What cybersecurity professionals need to know

In this Help Net Security podcast, Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics at Vectra, talks about machine learning fundamentals, and illustrates what cybersecurity professionals should know. Here’s a transcript of the

Software

Increased appetite for biometrics fueled by speed, security and convenience

The Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults who have experience using biometrics to log into their accounts, reveals an increased appetite for the technology. 70 percent

Software

The Journey to Data Integrity

In 2017, ‘Fake News’ was crowned word of the year thanks in part to a deteriorating relationship between politicians and the media. Claims and counterclaims could be challenged without the

Industry Insights

Security Spills: 9 Problems Causing the Most Stress

Security practitioners reveal what’s causing them the most frustration in their roles. Cybersecurity isn’t an easy gig. It’s tough to keep track of the most stressful problems because adversaries are

Hardware/Network

That VPN may not be as secure as you think

Researchers found some subscription VPN services have programming errors that cause leaks, monitor user traffic, and lack privacy policies — all reasons to set up your own VPN server. If

Vendor News

Royal Air Force Selects SecureCloud+ For Team Tempest Network Collaboration Services.

Reading & Farnborough 4 February 2019. SecureCloud+, a trusted provider of next-generation secure information systems to government and defence, has been contracted by the Royal Air Force to deliver network

Software

Most wanted malware in January 2019: A new threat speaks up

Check Point’s Global Threat Index for January 2019 reveals a new backdoor Trojan affecting Linux servers, which is distributing the XMRig crypto-miner. The new malware, dubbed SpeakUp, is capable of