Monthly Archives: July 2018

Google bans cryptocurrency mining apps from the official Play Store

Google has updated the Play Store Developer Policy page to ban mobile mining apps that mine cryptocurrencies…

10 Common File Transfer Risks and How to Avoid Them

Have you ever caught yourself saying one of the following? “We don’t have an IT department, so…

Russian APT28 espionage group targets democratic Senator Claire McCaskill

The Russia-linked APT28 group targets Senator Claire McCaskill and her staff as they gear up for her…

Kronos Banking Trojan resurrection, new campaigns spotted in the wild

Researchers from Proofpoint have discovered a new variant of the infamous Kronos banking Trojan that was involved in several…

State of the SOC: How Does Yours Stack Up?

How does your company stack up against the state of the security operations center (SOC)? In its…

Black Hat USA 2018 Addresses Needs of InfoSec Community with New Dedicated Track and Supporting Programs

BlackHat is expanding its community centric programming, developed to continue its service to the wider InfoSec industry….

DHS – Russian APT groups are inside US critical infrastructure

The US Government is warning of continuous intrusions in National critical infrastructure and it is blaming the…

Social Media Dangers: What You Must Know

by Dr. Daniel Osafo Harrison, DCS, C|CISO, CISM, CISA, Security+ The explosive rise of social media has…

Experts believe US Cyber Command it the only entity that can carry out ‘hack backs’

The U.S. government should opt to carry out hack backs as retaliation against the massive attacks against…

Experts discovered Calisto macOS Trojan, the member of Proton RAT family

Security experts from Kaspersky Lab have discovered a precursor of the infamous Proton macOS malware that was named Calisto….

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