The Connected Lives of Babies: Protecting Their First Footprints in the Digital World A baby can leave their first internet footprints even before they’re born. The fact is that children start creating an identity online before they even put a little pinky on a device, let alone come home for the first time. That “Hello, […]
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Investigation launched after teachers warn of worm on devices handed out for home schoolingCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe government has launched an investigation into reports that laptops it distributed to support vuln…
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Parler, the beleaguered social network advertised as a “free speech” alternative to Facebook and Twitter, has had a tough month. Apple and Google removed the Parler app from its stores, and Amazon blocked the platform from using its hosting services. Parler has since found a home in DDoS-Guard, a Russian digital infrastructure company. But now it appears DDoS-Guard is about to be relieved of more than two-thirds of the Internet address space the company leases to clients — including the Internet addresses currently occupied by Parler.
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Cybercriminals infiltrate through the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine! The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the United States’…
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Another in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans
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Digital initiatives come in many flavors and vary widely, but they do have one thing in common and that’s data. That’s why the need to easily manage, analyze, and find key insights—and those “a-ha” moments—from data is critical to achieving and main…
Read More How DMaaS eliminates data silos and 4 tips for choosing a provider
Ransomware and DDoS is on the Rise: Tips for Distance Learning in 2021 The holidays have come and gone, and students returned to the virtual classroom. But according to the FBI, cyberattacks are likely to disrupt online learning in the new year. As of December 2020, the FBI, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and […]
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Chris Krebs was the keynote speaker at the SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit
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Webroot BrightCloud® Threat Intelligence relies on the collective power of millions of devices working together. But what sometimes gets lost is the actual humans behind bringing this technology to market. In this Employee Spotlight, we talk to Account Development Executive, Jordan Gray, who works with C-level executives to integrate threat intelligence solutions within their environments. […]
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Security flaws in a widely used DNS software package could allow attackers to send users to malicious websites or to remotely hijack their devices
Read More DNSpooq bugs expose millions of devices to DNS cache poisoning
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The Connected Lives of Babies: Protecting Their First Footprints in the Digital World, Part Two Picture an infant with a credit card. In her name. With a $10,000 limit. Well, it happens. As recent as 2017, it was estimated that more than 1 million children in the U.S. were victims of identity theft. Of […]
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Read More Paving the way: Inspiring Women in Payments – A podcast featuring Nicole Braun
At times, Nicole Braun was the only female Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) in the entire country of New Zealand. In our 2021 podcast series debut, Nicole explains how she found success in the payments industry, against all odds, a…
Your employees encounter potential cyber security threats on a daily basis. Perhaps there’s a new face in the office that they don’t recognise, or a new password they need to remember, or a database of sensitive information that they need to upload onto the Cloud. In The Psychology of Information Security, Leron Zinatullin explains how employees respond to those challenges and explains why they make the decisions they do. For example, he found that employees usually don’t have a solid understanding of information security or their obligations to protect information. In the rare cases where employees are aware of and follow
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The Connected Lives of Babies: Protecting The First Footprints in the Digital World, Part One A baby can leave their first footprints internet even before they’re born. The fact is that children start creating an identity online before they even put a little pinky on a device, let alone come home for the first time. […]
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Posted by Ali Sarraf, Product Manager, ChromePasswords help protect our online information, which is why it’s never been more important to keep them safe. But when we’re juggling dozens (if not hundreds!) of passwords across various websites—from shopp…
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Criminals coax employees into handing over their access credentials and use the login data to burrow deep into corporate networks
Read More FBI warns of voice phishing attacks stealing corporate credentials
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Over the past year, the retail and hospitality industries have been forced to adapt to the ???new normal.??? Since lockdowns and health concerns have prevented or dissuaded in-person shopping or dining, the new normal has been e-commerce. Smaller busin…
Read More Retail and Hospitality Sector Has Impressive Fix Rate, but Room to Improve
Work from home has reshaped the IT attack surface, so cyber thieves and nation states are retooling in hopes of finding and exploiting new vulnerabilities. Which means that CIOs need to shore up their defenses across the IT ecosystem. Including, of …
Read More At CES, a new era of hardware addresses the work-from-home shift
Millions of people flock to Signal and Telegram as WhatsApp scrambles to assuage users’ concerns
We’re not going to lie: implementing an ISO 27001-compliant ISMS (information security management system) can be a challenge. But as the saying goes, nothing worth having comes easy, and ISO 27001 is definitely worth having. If you’re just getting started with ISO 27001, we’ve compiled this 9 step implementation checklist to help you along the way. Step 1: Assemble an implementation team Your first task is to appoint a project leader to oversee the implementation of the ISMS. They should have a well-rounded knowledge of information security as well as the authority to lead a team and give orders to
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Have you considered a career as a cybersecurity professional, but weren’t really sure if you had the skillset needed for success? Many of the best security professionals bring non-technical backgrounds. In many cases having a non-technical background c…
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A little bit of a change of pace this week with the video being solely on the events unfolding around removing content, people and even entire platforms from the internet. These are significant events in history, regardless of your political persuasion, and they’re likely to have a very long-lasting impact
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Depending on your life experiences, the phrase (or country song by Eric Church) “two pink lines” may bring up a wide range of powerful emotions. I suspect, like many fathers and expecting fathers, I will never forget the moment I found out my wife was pregnant. You might recall what you were doing, or where […]
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Software is becoming an increasingly pivotal part of modern business and society. In turn, consumers have come to expect instant gratification. This has driven businesses to concentrate on innovation and speed to market. Businesses that can???t keep up…
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Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King diligently dedicated his life to dismantling systemic racism affecting marginalized groups and leading a peaceful movement to promote equality for all Americans, irrespective of color and creed. He leaves behind a legacy of courage, strength, perseverance, and a life-long dedication […]
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ESET research dissects targeted malware attacks in Colombia – What parents hope to get out of parental controls – Privacy risks of new mesh Wi-Fi routers
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Typically, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) gives us a sense of where technology is going in the future. However, this year’s show was arguably more about technology catching up with how the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives. While gathering in person was not an option, we still had the opportunity to witness incredible […]
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Nobody said parenting was easy, but in the digital age it comes with a whole slew of new challenges. How do parents view the role of parental monitoring in children’s online safety?
Read More What’s your attitude to parental controls?
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Join the SANS-HBCU Cyber Range: Black History Month Edition competition Feb 19 – 22nd.
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Whether you are managing cybersecurity, information security, operations security, or physical security, the sense of urgency to address the potential of attack or breach will continue to rise in 2021….
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Advice for Executives to Watch Next Year
2020 completely changed the way workforces operate. Digital transformation went from an emerging trend to a necessity for survival. Certain industries were brought to their knees: some didn’…
Your ‘networked computer on wheels’ has a privacy problem – when it comes to your data, you may not really be in the driver’s seat
Read More CES 2021: Car spying – your insurance company is watching you
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As we gratefully move forward into the year 2021, we have to recognise that 2020 was as tumultuous in the digital realm as it has in the physical world. From low level fraudsters leveraging the pandemic as a vehicle to trick victims into parting with money for non-existent PPE, to more capable actors using malware […]
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On January 13, 2021, 41 ITL staff members were honored for their exceptional accomplishments during the 2020 NIST Awards Ceremony. The following ITL staff received awards: Gold Medal For the first demonstration of quantum gate teleportation with trappe…
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The documents related to COVID-19 vaccine and medications were stolen from the EU’s medicines agency last month
Read More Hackers leak stolen COVID‑19 vaccine documents
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Top gaming companies positioned to be next major cyberattack target After healthcare and higher education emerged as lucrative targets for cyberattacks in 2020, researchers have identified the video gaming industry as another key target. By scouring the dark web for stolen data belonging to any of the top 25 largest gaming firms, over a million […]
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“It’s definitely dead,” says Tyler Moffitt, security analyst at Carbonite + Webroot, OpenText companies. “At least,” he amends, “for now.” Maze ransomware, which made our top 10 list for Nastiest Malware of 2020 (not to mention numerous headlines throughout the last year), was officially shut down in November of 2020. The ransomware group behind it […]
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New mesh Wi-Fi routers may be the answer to your wireless signal woes, but how about your privacy and security?
Read More CES 2021: Router swarms invade your home (and know where you are)
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Top Cyber Security Threats to Look Out for in 2021 2020 was unexpectedly defined by a global pandemic. Throughout the year, we have all had to figure out how to best live our lives online – from working from home to distance learning to digitally connecting with loved ones. As 2020 comes to a close, we […]
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The December 2020 revelations around the SUNBURST campaigns exploiting the SolarWinds Orion platform have revealed a new attack vector – the supply chain – that will continue to be exploited. The ever-increasing use of connected devices, apps and web services in our homes will also make us more susceptible to digital home break-ins. This threat […]
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If you???re looking to start or optimize an AppSec program in 2021, the Forrester WaveTM report is a good place to begin your research. The report not only details essential elements of AppSec solutions, but also ranks 12 static application security te…
Read More Veracode Named a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Static Application Security Testing, Q1 2021
COVID-19 is a stark reminder of longstanding inequities in our societies, and how policies need to pay specific…
Read More You might get hacked before getting vaccinated
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ESET researchers uncover attacks targeting Colombian government institutions and private companies, especially from the energy and metallurgical industries
Read More Operation Spalax: Targeted malware attacks in Colombia
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Thanks to the tumultuous events of the past year, in 2021 IT professionals will face challenges in the workplace they’ve never seen before. There was no roadmap for taking much of the American workforce remote overnight, and none exists for a large-sca…
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Cyber security risk assessments are essential for organisations to protect themselves from malicious attacks and data breaches. After all, it’s only once you’re aware of the ways you’re vulnerable that you can put appropriate defences in place. But what exactly does a risk assessment do? Essentially, it helps you answer these three questions: Under what scenarios is your organisation under threat? How damaging would each of these scenarios be? How likely is it that these scenarios will occur? To complete a risk assessment, you must give each scenario that you identify a ‘risk score’ based on its potential damage and
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Using Powershell for audit and compliance measurements Part 1 of 3 by Clay Risenhoover
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TrustRadius recently awarded Veracode with a 2021 Best Application Security Feature Set Award and Best Application Security Customer Support Award. These honors are given to companies that have gone above and beyond to delight their users.
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To win the B…
Kaspersky investigators uncover evidence that may support US claims Moscow was behind attackA Moscow-based cybersecurity company has reported that some of the malicious code employed against the US government in a cyber-attack last month overlaps with …
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CISOs faced a number of challenges in 2020, not the least of which was COVID-19 and the mass migration from onsite to remote work. Maybe for the first time, corporate leadership saw just how vital the security team is to ensuring the company runs, a…
Read More From risk mitigation to business enabler: The role of CISOs in 2021
Fraudsters are quick to exploit current events for their own gain, but many schemes do the rounds regardless of what’s making the news. Here are 5 common scams you should look out for.
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Organizations across the globe have quickly moved to a fast-digital transformation to allow a remote workforce model due to the global pandemic. That has naturally resulted in a multi-fold rise in the IT attack surface of a company. That’s why security leaders should consider the added risks carried by the remote workforce as well as […]
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Detection is a key point in threat hunting. During the past few weeks, stright in the middle of the winter “holidays” (well, maybe if you live in a place where no COVID-19 lockdown was involved), many people re/started a studying program on cybersecurity. Some of them wrote to me asking if there is a way […]
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And we’re finally home. After 8,441km of driving finished off by a comfy flight home whilst the car catches a ride on a carrier, we’re done. I talk about why we didn’t finish the drive in the latter part of this week’s video (basically boiled down to border uncertainties
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Watch out for a new PayPal smishing campaign – Employee login credentials up for sale – WhatsApp to share more data with Facebook
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Successful exploitation of some of these flaws could allow attackers to take control of vulnerable systems
Read More Chrome, Firefox updates fix severe security bugs
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Many users have until February 8 to accept the new rules – or else lose access to the app
This post was also written by Darragh McMahon At McAfee, we adhere to a set of core values and principles – We Put the Customer at The Core, We Achieve Excellence with Speed and Agility, We Play to Win or We Don’t Play, We Practice Inclusive Candor and Transparency. And reaching the ISO 27701 enshrines […]
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Over the past several years, there have been many changes to software development and software security, including new and enhanced application security (AppSec) scans and architectural shifts like serverless functions and microservices. But despite th…
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This news article is reproduced from a blog post that originally appeared in the NIST TAKING MEASURE Just a Standard Blog on December 16th, 2020. By: Matthew Bundy Several centuries ago, scientists discovered oxygen while experimenting with combustion …
Read More The New NIST Fire Calorimetry Database Is Available to Answer Your Burning Questions
NIST’s Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things program has published a summary report—NISTIR 8322—for the July 2020 workshop on the creation of a Federal profile of IoT device cybersecurity requirements. The workshop provided the opportunity to discus…
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How to get into malware analysis, a field that sits at the intersection of incident response, forensics, system and network administration, security monitoring, and software engineering
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Read More Request for Comments: SPoC Unsupported Operating Systems Annex
From 6 January 2021 to 4 February 2021, PCI SSC stakeholders can participate in a Request for Comments (RFC) on the new SPoC Unsupported Operating Systems Annex draft.
Throughout history, many innovative ideas have been realized and brought to life within federal laboratories across the country. From this, it was discovered that there needed to be policies in place to ensure that federal institutions could properly r…
Read More A Database Rebuild to Champion the Bayh-Dole Act
It’s hardly fun and games for top gaming companies and their customers as half a million employee credentials turn up for sale on the dark web
Read More Stolen employee credentials put leading gaming firms at risk
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For this year???s State of Software Security v11 (SOSS) report, we examined how both the ???nature??? of applications and how we ???nurture??? them contribute to the time it takes to close out a security flaw. We found that the ???nature??? of applicat…
Read More Nature vs. Nurture Tip 3: Employ SCA With SAST
Digital transformation continues to accelerate, and with it, businesses continue to modernize their technological environments, leveraging developer-first cloud-native solutions to build, host, and secure their software. At Veracode, we continue to see…
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XDR (eXtended Detection and Response) is a cybersecurity acronym being used by most vendors today. It is not a new strategy. It’s been around for a while but the journey for customers and vendors has been slow for many reasons. For McAfee, XDR has been integral to our vision, strategy and design philosophy that has […]
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It has been evident now that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a sharp spike in digital payments….
Read More E-wallets are becoming prominent targets for cyberattacks!
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What are the Most Valued Cybersecurity Certifications in 2021? This is an important question for employers, recruiters, seasoned security professionals, and especially for those planning a cybersecurity career. The Information Security Careers Ne…
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The scam starts with a text warning victims of suspicious activity on their accounts
Read More PayPal users targeted in new SMS phishing campaign
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Tanya Hannah has an ambitious agenda for the upcoming year, seeing in the months ahead the opportunity to use technology to change how work gets done and how constituent needs get fulfilled.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
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A crash lesson in which Essential Course is right for you to begin to expand your foundational skills in Cybersecurity.
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It’s a new year! With lots of breaches to discuss already ☹ Ok, so these may not be 2021 breaches but I betcha that by next week’s update there’ll be brand new ones from the new year to discuss. I managed to get enough connectivity in the middle of the Australian
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A roundup of UK focused Cyber and Information Security News, Blog Posts, Reports and general Threat Intelligence from the previous calendar month, December 2020.A suspected nation-state sophisticated cyber-attack of SolarWinds which led to the distribu…
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No doubt, we have a lot to be hopeful for as we step into the New Year. We’ve adapted, survived, and learned to thrive under extraordinary circumstances. While faced with plenty of challenges, families successfully transitioned to working and learning from home like pros. So, as we set our intentions for 2021, we will need […]
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Is the message real or fake? Take our Phishing Derby quiz to find out how much you know about phishing.
Read More Would you take the bait? Take our phishing quiz to find out!
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Cybercriminals look to cash in on the vaccine rollout, including by falsely offering to help people jump the line
Read More New warning issued over COVID‑19 vaccine fraud, cyberattacks
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With 2021 approaching, it is a time to both reflect on the outstanding progress we have each made – personally and professionally, and warmly welcome a new chapter in 2021! 2020 has been one of the most unexpected years in our history. However, despite COVID-19, we had some amazing successes. January brought McAfee our new CEO – Peter Leav. It’s hard to […]
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UK police also give some food for thought to those on the verge of breaking the law
Read More 21 arrested after allegedly using stolen logins to commit fraud
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Article by Dennis Okpara, Chief Security Architect & DPO at IDEE GmbHYes, there is hope for 2021, but the challenges of the “New Normal” are here to stay. CISOs have to prepare and start acting now, because cybersecurity and the IT-infrastruct…
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Well that’s Christmas down for another year, and a rather different one it was for so many of us around the world. I’m pumping this post out very quickly (a couple of days after recording) whilst midway along a very long drive. I’ll share more about that on my New
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Looking Ahead to 2021: The Things We’ll Carry Forward Right now, I’m thinking about how my life changed in 2020. Not so much in the sweeping and upending ways. More in the little ways. I’m thinking about the coping ways. The cobble-it-all-together ways. The little changes to make things work ways. There were plenty. Now, […]
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Cyberthreats can take the fun out of connected gadgets – here’s how to make sure your children enjoy the tech without putting themselves or their family at risk
Read More Smart tech gifts: How to keep your kids and family safe
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2020 will be remembered for a lot of sweeping changes and online classes are definitely on top of…
Read More Don’t let your kids’ online classes be disrupted by cyberattacks!
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On December 13, 2020, FireEye announced that threat actors had compromised SolarWinds’s Orion IT monitoring and management software and used it to distribute a software backdoor to dozens of that company’s customers, including several high profile U.S. government agencies. Game Changing Attack Vector This campaign is the first major supply chain attack of its kind […]
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McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company, announced the winners of its distinguished SIA Partner Awards. The 2020 awards recognize partners who demonstrated innovation, strategic value, and market leadership in their respective market segments which are a complement to the McAfee solution portfolio. 2020 has been a difficult year for everyone that has required organizations to be […]
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Fraud worries as UK company Now:Pensions says ‘third-party contractor’ posted personal details of clients to online public forumAbout 30,000 customers of Now:Pensions face an anxious Christmas after a serious data breach at the pensions provider led to…
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2020 has been quite the year for many, and through it all, we’re reflecting on everything we are thankful for. This includes the incredible stories and invaluable perspectives that come from our McAfee team members around the world. As the year ends, we’re counting down the top 10 most read Life at McAfee blog stories. These are the stories from our team members that you love to read, and we love to tell! 10. One Team Member […]
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Article by Beau PetersThe movie industry is infamous for its loose depictions of hacking and cybersecurity. Hollywood often gets a lot wrong about hacking and digital protections, but what does it get right? The power of film in influencing the future …
Read More Fact vs. Fiction: Film Industry’s Portrayal of Cybersecurity
You know that malware is bad, but are you also aware of the various common ways in which it can infiltrate your devices?
Read More 7 ways malware can get into your device
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Article by Tom Kellerman, Head of Cybersecurity Strategy, Rick McElroy, Head of Security Strategy and Greg Foss, Senior Cybersecurity Strategist, VMware Carbon Black Everything is different, and yet the same. As we look ahead to the cybersecurity lan…
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Security awareness training is one of the most straightforward ways to improve a business’ overall resilience against cyberattacks. That is, when you get it just right. Thanks to the disruptions to “normal” work routines that COVID-19 has brought, launching a company-wide training program to teach end users how to avoid phishing scams and online risks […]
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Die Cloud ist und bleibt ein Treiber für die digitale Transformation. Nachdem der Fokus primär auf die Erkennung von Shadow-IT und die Absicherung von SaaS-Diensten lag, wandert nun der Blick auf längerfristige Projekte: Die Migration von ganzen Diensten und Anwendungen in Richtung Cloud. In diesem Podcast sprechen wir daher über die Themen Infrastruktur und Container […]
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In a blog post released 13 Dec 2020, FireEye disclosed that threat actors compromised SolarWinds’s Orion IT monitoring and management software with a trojanized version of SoalrWinds.Orion.Core.BusinessLayer.dll delivered as part of a digitally-signed Windows Installer Patch. The trojanized file delivers a backdoor, dubbed SUNBURST by FireEye (and Solorigate by Microsoft), that communicates to third-party servers for […]
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Article by Adam Strange, Data Classification Specialist, HelpSystemsIn the digitally accelerated COVID-19 environment of 2021 what are the top data security trends that organisations are facing? Here is HelpSystems Data Classification Specialist, Adam …
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