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Malware Evades Detection One Step at a Time

Malicious code was lurking about in two different apps within the Google Play store, according to researchers at Trend Micro who have disclosed that they discovered a banking Trojan in what seemed

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Mining malware evades agent-based cloud security solutions

Cloud infrastructures are a growing target for threat actors looking to mine cryptocurrency, as their vast computational power allows them to multiply the mining malware’s effect. Keeping its presence from being noticed

Industry Insights

Radio frequency remote controller weaknesses have serious safety implications

Trend Micro released a new report detailing inherent flaws and new vulnerabilities in radio frequency (RF) remote controllers found and disclosed through the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI). The report, A Security

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Four cybersecurity trends every CIO should know

The cybersecurity landscape in 2019 will likely bolster bigger, more complex threats and developments. Given the intricacy of today’s cyber security challenges, organisations will need to adopt a security approach

Industry Insights

Top 5 Security Trends That Will Continue in 2019

At this time of year “what’s in, what’s out” lists proliferate and for many of us, they can be overwhelming. Just when you’ve adjusted to the latest food or fitness

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Evasive Malware, Meet Evasive Phishing

In a previous column, I wrote about how evasive malware has become commoditized and described how the techniques being used in any given piece of malware had grown in number and sophistication—the

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Review Malware and Threats

As 2018 draws to a close, the time comes when security professionals take a look back over the cybersecurity developments, trends and headlines over the past 12 months. 2018 has

IT Compliance

Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Managed Security Services Provider

There is no shortage of spend or need on security services. Gartner has recently predicted that worldwide spend on security products and services will reach $124 billion in 2019. This coupled with

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Most concerning security controls for cyberattackers? Deception and IDS

Attivo Networks surveyed more than 450 cybersecurity professionals and executives globally to gain insights into detection trends, top threat concerns, attack surface concerns, and what’s on their 2019 security wish