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Vulnerabilities in pre-installed software expose Dell Systems to hack

According to experts from Talos, security vulnerabilities in pre-installed software expose Dell systems to code execution attacks. Security vulnerabilities in pre-installed software expose Dell systems to code execution attacks. Hackers can exploit the flaws to disable security mechanisms, escalate privileges and...

Anonymous’s team GhostSec thwarts Isis terror plots

Anonymous affiliate GhostSec has supported US law enforcement and Intelligence agencies in thwarting Isis terror plots in New York and Tunisia. The popular Anonymous affiliate GhostSec has provided useful information on preventing terrorist attacks on New York and Tunisia planned by the Islamic State (Isis),...

Hackers have stolen files on Ukraine crisis from Belgian Foreign Ministry

Unknown hackers have stolen files on the Ukraine crisis from the Belgian Foreign Ministry, causing the crackdown of targeted servers. A new cyber espionage campaign hit the Belgian foreign ministry, unknown hackers have stolen data related to the Ukraine crisis last week. The cyber attack has...

Limiting the impact of brute force attacks against your WordPress site

Brute force attacks against WordPress are disruptive even if you use secure passwords and two-factor authentication. Here’s how you can stop them in their tracks. By Graeme Caldwell, writer, Nexcess Brute force attacks are a problem for any site with user...

Some of the world’s biggest crimes go unnoticed, until it’s too late

As the way we live and work becomes increasingly sophisticated, complex and connected, the benefits are clear to see as things get more streamlined and intuitive with every passing day. But whilst many enjoy the open connectivity that the...

Application Isolation and Control – A Modern Defense for New Threats

By Fraser Kyne, EMEA CTO, Bromium  The detection method for preventing malware is fundamentally flawed, yet it is still the de facto standard in cybersecurity. Day after day, organizations scramble to protect against a growing number of threats, but all...

THE GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY BATTLE

LAPTOPS WILL BE THE ARTILLERY OF THE FUTURE By David J. O’Reilly, Managing Director, Hampton Court Capital Every political and military conflict now has a cybersecurity aspect to it, which has led to governments treating the build-up of highly advanced defenses...

Apple removed iOS VPN apps from Chinese App Store in compliance to censorship law

In compliance with Chinese Internet monitoring law, Apple has started removing all IOS VPN apps from it App Store in China. The company complies with a request from the Chinese Government that wants to strict censorship making it harder for...

Reduced Swap will Usher in Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) Era for Class III...

by Rick Lober, Defense and Intelligence Systems Division Vice President and General Manager, Hughes Network Systems UAV Predator pictured above, source: Wikicommons Militaries in the past adhered to the philosophy that bigger and more powerful was better. Today’s warfighters are flipping...

Special Report: How to Prepare Your Organization for a Security Incident

Every organization relies on a number of certainties to keep their business running. They trust that their employees are knowledgeable, their cybersecurity strategies are robust enough to prevent vulnerabilities, and their data is protected from prying eyes, among other...

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