Time Is Money: How to Minimize Data Breach Damages with Early Detection

In the current landscape of cybersecurity, most CISOs have come to understand that breaches are inevitable – however, with early detection and remediation, organisations can significantly reduce the harmful impacts […]

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Uncovering hidden cybersecurity risks

By Adam Nichols, Principal of Software Security at GRIMM The technology we use and depend upon has critical vulnerabilities in their software and firmware, lurking just beneath the surface of […]

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DHS announces security measures for critical pipeline industry

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced new cybersecurity requirements for critical pipeline owners and operators. The Colonial pipeline incident continues to have a serious impact on the critical […]

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Android stalkerware, a danger for victims and stalkers

ESET research shows that Android stalkerware apps are affected by vulnerabilities that further threaten victims. ESET research reveals that common Android stalkerware apps are affected with vulnerabilities that could expose […]

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Naikon APT group uses new Nebulae backdoor in attacks aimed at military orgs

China-linked APT Naikon employed a new backdoor in multiple cyber-espionage operations targeting military organizations from Southeast Asia in the last 2 years. The Naikon APT group is a China-linked cyber espionage group that has […]

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How to Become Unattractive for Cybercriminals

Map, monitor and manage your attack surface to stay a step ahead By Stijn Vande Casteele, Founder and CEO, Sweepatic All organizations rely heavily on web presence to display their […]

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Malware Evasion Techniques

By Stas Gaivoronskii, Malware Analyst at ANY.RUN Cybercriminals create new ways to make malware invisible for detection. They hide malicious indicators and behavior during analysis. Researchers need to know about […]

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Expert publicly released Chromium-based browsers exploit demonstrated at Pwn2Own 2021

An Indian security researcher has published a proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code for a vulnerability impacting Google Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers. The Indian security researcher Rajvardhan Agarwal has publicly released […]

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Monetising Customer Data Without Their Knowledge Is Unethical and Must Stop By Sridhar Iyengar, MD, Zoho Europe

By Sridhar Iyengar, MD, Zoho Europe Large tech corporations have started turning into surveillance companies, tracking the behaviour of businesses and users who have become heavily reliant on their services […]

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This man was planning to kill 70% of Internet in a bomb attack against AWS

The FBI arrested a man for allegedly planning a bomb attack against Amazon Web Services (AWS) to kill about 70% of the internet. The FBI arrested Seth Aaron Pendley (28), […]

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More Power, More Responsibility

What the Defense and Intelligence Communities Need to Know About 5G By Brian Green, Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton With the potential to revolutionize global telecommunications, fifth-generation mobile technology […]

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Next Generation Software Fills Some Gaps – But Agencies Still Need Accelerated Visibility and Control of Endpoints

By Boyd White, Director, Technical Account Management, Tanium Endpoint management is critical as agencies try to secure the knowns and unknowns in their IT environments. As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, […]

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Hackers disrupted live broadcasts at Channel Nine. Is it a Russian retaliation?

A cyber attack has disrupted the Australian Channel Nine’s live broadcasts, the company was unable to transmit its Sunday morning news program. A cyber attack has hit the Australian Channel Nine’s live […]

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Transitioning to Remote Work: The Apps You’ll Need to Ensure A Productive Workforce

By Ikechukwu Nnabeze, SEO Copywriter, Traqq The world is changing at a swift pace. A couple of years ago, remote work was an unheard term in the business world; it […]

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The Best Network Protection: Go Deep or Go Broad?

By Albert Zhichun Li, Chief Scientist, Stellar Cyber Almost since the beginning of network security, vendors and practitioners have wrestled with choices between going deep and going broad for their […]

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SOCs to Turn to Security Automation to Cope with Growing Threats

Increasingly complex threats, staffing shortages, and rising costs are driving investments in security automation By Chris Triolo, Vice President of Customer Success, FireEye The cybersecurity landscape is becoming ever more […]

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CISA is warning of vulnerabilities in GE Power Management Devices

U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns of flaws in GE Power Management Devices that could allow an attacker to conduct multiple malicious activities on vulnerable systems. U.S. Cybersecurity […]

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