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A flaw in Kaspersky Antivirus allowed tracking its users online

A vulnerability in Kaspersky Antivirus had exposed a unique identifier associated with users to every...

The 5 Biggest Corporate Data Security Threats

By Arman Sadeghi, Founder & CEO, All Green Recycling Retail giant Target was robbed of 70...

Data Spill – An Everyday Threat to National Security

By Michael Waksman, CEO, Jetico Inc. Oy Data has a frequent troublesome habit of residing somewhere...

Flaws in 4G Routers of various vendors put millions of users...

Security expert discovered multiple flaws in 4G routers manufactured by several companies, some of them could allow attackers to take over the devices. G Richter,...

The Need For Centralized Critical Event Management

By Imad Mouline, Chief Technology Officer, Everbridge Global threats have increased in complexity and unpredictability. The critical events we face today are more frequent and...

From Vulnerable To Vigilant

An Overnight Transformation for an Insecure Organization By What is a successful security? Recently I’ve been pondering the question of how an organization determines whether they have...

Active Intrusion Detection

Protecting against data leaks from authorized network users by Fiach Reid, Director, Infinite Loop Development Ltd The weakest point of security on a network can often...

Canon DSLR Camera Infected with Ransomware Over the Air

A researcher discovered 6 flaws in the image transfer protocol used in Canon EOS 80D DSLR cameras that allow him to infect the device...

City of Naples, Florida, lost $700K after a cyberattack

Another city in the United States was hit by a cyber attack, according to officials in the city of Naples (Florida) they lost $700,000...

Crooks turn victims into money mules via confidence/romance scams

The FBI published a security advisory to warn of cyber actors using online dating sites to conduct confidence/romance scam and recruit money mules. The FBI...

New strain of Clipsa malware launches brute-force attacks on WordPress sites

Avast spotted a new strain of Clipsa malware that is used to mine and steal cryptocurrencies along with carrying out brute-force attacks on WordPress...

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