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Identity Theft

A Transparent Review of Data Security in 2017

Data Privacy Day is right around the corner! This international celebration occurs on January 28 and promotes advocacy for privacy and data security awareness — particularly the protection of personally

Industry Insights

Security concerns remain a top challenge for digital transformation

In Frost & Sullivan’s recent survey seeking end-user perspectives on navigating digital transformation globally, 32 percent of IT professionals cited security concerns as their top challenge. This includes cybercrime and

Industry Insights

What the rise of cyber indictments means for 2018

The growing implementation of indictments throughout 2017 was arguably the most impactful government action to counter cyber attacks, and yet received little attention. In November, federal prosecutors indicted an Iranian

Software

Emotet Info-stealer Returns, with New Tactics

The espionage malware Emotet is back, just in time to put some Grinch into the holiday proceedings.On November 9, 2017, the Cylance Threat Guidance team received a request to analyze

Industry Insights

10 Biggest Cyber Espionage Cases

Cyber spying is now becoming more sophisticated and widespread both on the international and domestic stages. Cyber terrorists can attack you from any place in the world at any time

Identity Theft

Hackers go after Australian ICT, managed services providers

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), which integrates the national security cyber capabilities and serves as a hub for collaboration and information sharing with the private sector and critical infrastructure

Identity Theft

US Manufacturers Targeted By Hackers

The latest report from Computing Research Association’s Computing Community Consortium (CCC) together with MForesight, a federally-funded consortium for the U.S. manufacturing industry says that US Manufacturers are prime targets for

Hardware/Network

New Backdoor Trojan Deployed in Cyber-Espionage Campaign Targeting Embassies

A cyber-espionage group believed to be operating out of Russia for the past two decades has deployed a new backdoor trojan on computers at embassies in Southeast Europe, former Soviet states, and

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Cyber security in 2020: boosting protection with traps and tripwires

A cyber attacker determined to breach a business’s IT defences will do whatever they can to succeed. They’ll come at them with sophisticated malware and a detailed knowledge of your business,

Hardware/Network

Businesses fear cyber espionage through ATP – ITProPortal

Cyber-espionage through advanced persistent threats (APT) has become the biggest nightmare for IT security decision makers in the UK, Bitdefender has announced this Wednesday. Click here to view original web