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How security pros see the future of cryptocurrencies and cryptomining

“Security teams are fighting a multi-front battle to keep their organizations safe from cybercriminals,” commented Dr. Giovanni Vigna, Lastline and CTO. “The threats range from established attacks, such as ransomware, to

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Why Supply Chain Security Should be a Strong Link

The recent NCSC report underlines an all-too-common refrain for UK PLC – the cyber-threat to businesses is growing. The security sector may have grown a thick skin to such warnings, however to

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You Should Be Aware of These 10 Social Engineering Attacks

By Venu Rao, CEO and Founder  at WeSecureApp, Have you ever received an email with no text and just an attachment? We all know about social engineering attacks or at

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Security spring cleaning: Tidying up messy firewall rules to reduce complexity

Most security teams are waging a daily battle against complex IT infrastructures, advanced malware and a severe skills shortage– a trifecta that has forced them to tackle select “priorities,” while letting

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Password pattern analysis: Risky, lazy passwords the norm

Dashlane announced the findings of an analysis of over 61 million passwords. The analysis was conducted with research provided by Dr. Gang Wang, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer

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How can blockchain help companies meet GDPR provisions?

Enforcement of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is approaching fast, officially affecting foreign and domestic companies starting on May 25. The legislation is meant to give EU citizens

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The ultimate guide for businesses wanting to remove malware

So it happened. You don’t know where, when, and how, but it did – your device got infected with malware. Chances are, it slipped into your phone that one time

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Certain types of content make for irresistible phishes

A mature anti-phishing program keeps organizations safer, claims Cofense, and offers as proof the decreasing susceptibility of their customers’ employees to mock phishing emails as well as rising reporting rates

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Fighting ransomware with network segmentation as a path to resiliency

Recent cybersecurity events involving the use of ransomware (WannaCry and similar variants) represent the latest examples highlighting the need for organizations to not only take an initial hit, but survive,

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The percentage of open source code in proprietary apps is rising

The number of open source components in the codebase of proprietary applications keeps rising and with it the risk of those apps being compromised by attackers leveraging vulnerabilities in them,