Monthly Archives: February 2018

By 2022, Hackers May Get the Upper Hand

A close look at the talent shortage problem in information security by Evan Francen We have a…

Pyeongchang – Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency hacked Olympics Computers

Pyeongchang – Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency hacked Olympics Computers conducted a false flag operation to make…

2,000 Computers at Colorado DOT were infected with the SamSam Ransomware

SamSam Ransomware hit the Colorado DOT, The Department of Transportation Agency Shuts Down 2,000 Computers after the…

The Global cost of cybercrime jumped up to $600 Billion

The tech giants McAfee and Cisco published two reports that providers further info about the global impact of cybercrime. Which…

Learn How to Stop Breaches in 2018 with Time-based Security

We’ve lost billions of records since the first published breach at www.privacyrights.org. Please take the time to…

Special Report: The Secret War Against the United States

The Top Threat to National Security and the American Dream Cyber and Asymmetrical Hybrid Warfare An Urgent…

RiskIQ’s Q4 2017 Malvertising Roundup: Malvertising Increased Again in 2017 but is Trending Down

Despite another increase in year over year malvertising detections, RiskIQ’s Q4 Malvertising Roundup shows the numbers are…

US Attorney General Sessions Announces New Cybersecurity Task Force

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the creation of the Justice Department’s Cyber-Digital Task Force, which will…

City Union Bank is the last victim of a cyber attack that used SWIFT to transfer funds

The Indian bank Kumbakonam-based City Union Bank announced that cyber criminals compromised its systems and transferred a…

Researchers spotted a new malware in the wild, the Saturn Ransomware

Researchers at the MalwareHunterTeam spotted a new strain of ransomware called Saturn Ransomware, the name derives from the .saturn…

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