June 13, 2016 Added by:Dan Lohrmann
Just when you thought you had seen it all regarding online phishing scams, along comes a new round of deceptive emails, phones calls, instant messages and even traditional printouts from your fax machine.
May 16, 2016 Added by:Steven Rogers
It is never too late to remind employees about phishing emails and where to route suspicious finds.
March 14, 2016 Added by:Mark Parker
Unfortunately, while the popularity of March Madness (the NCAA Basketball Tournament) has grown exponentially, nearly every facet of any employee’s involvement with the event could open up the employee, as well as the organization, to a number of cyber risks.
February 17, 2016 Added by:Dan Lohrmann
With the surging growth in cyberspace, new technologies, Wi-Fi, apps, robots, drones, terrorists with social media accounts, the Internet of Things (IoT) and nation-state hacking, online data security has become the Achilles’ heel of the Internet. A growing number of people want to know about new apps available for their smartphones and their data in the cloud – along with the upcoming securit...
December 21, 2015 Added by:Dan Lohrmann
Beyond cyber war and the good guys having the right tools to catch the bad guys, there can be a tendency to ignore “more mundane” acceptable use directives. That is, security staff can download copyrighted material (movies and games), view porn at work, look at information that is private (like promotions, raises or other data from management), “borrow” passwords or delete log files to cov...
December 07, 2015 Added by:Steve Durbin
As information risks and cyber security threats increase, organizations need to move away from reacting to incidents and toward predicting and preventing them. Developing a robust mechanism to assess and treat information risk throughout the organization is a business essential.
August 04, 2015 Added by:Steve Durbin
Organizations are struggling to cope with the quantum speed and sophistication of global cyber-attacks being carried out by organized cyber-criminal syndicates. Moving forward, businesses need to prepare to be targeted at any time, and any place, by multiple assailants. Organizations that wish to keep pace with these developments, and remain financially viable, need to take action now, or face the...
July 06, 2015 Added by:Steve Durbin
Part III in this series looks at the need to institute a cloud assessment process and the four actions that organizations of all sizes can take to better prepare themselves as they place their sensitive data in the cloud.
June 15, 2015 Added by:Steve Durbin
Organizations are becoming increasingly dependent on their use of cloud services for business benefit both internally and when working with third party suppliers across multiple jurisdictions. However, while these services can be implemented quickly and easily, organizations need to have a clearer understanding of where their information is stored and how reliable these services are.
June 11, 2015 Added by:Lisa Huff
As we post to Facebook and Twitter, and share pictures via Instagram or Pinterest, we don’t stop to think about how our posts or pictures could come back to haunt us later in life.
June 10, 2015 Added by:Ronnie Tokazowski
For those who may have lost track of time, it’s 2015, and phishing is still a thing. Hackers are breaking into networks, stealing millions of dollars, and the current state of the Internet is pretty grim.
June 09, 2015 Added by:Anthony M. Freed
A team of Chinese researchers say they have devised a methodology to track the movements of subway riders through motion detectors that are standard features on most mobile phones.
June 08, 2015 Added by:Ronnie Tokazowski
In the early days of malware, we all remember analyzing samples of IRC botnets that were relatively simple, where the malware would connect to a random port running IRC, joining the botnet and waiting for commands from their leader. In this day and age, it’s slightly different.
June 04, 2015 Added by:Anthony M. Freed
Do-it-yourself malware toolkits have been available on the black market for a long time, but now researchers have discovered the first ransomware variation for creating your own extortion campaigns – and it’s free to use.
June 04, 2015 Added by:Aaron Higbee
There is an entire cottage industry of people who go to great lengths to upgrade partial data to make it more valuable. On the Dark Web, one can easily find postings buying and selling this kind of partial information.
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