Malware
Friday

New vulnerabilities discovered in fax machines, printers

Cyber criminals are targeting company and private fax machines to take over networks and steal information, says Check Point.

Friday

Global security spending continues upward trajectory

The research firm expects the worldwide information security products and services market to grow by 8.7% to $124 billion next year.

13 Aug

Phishing attacks on the increase

Over 70% of organisations have been hit by an attack where malicious activity was spread from one user to another via e-mail, says Mimecast.

Mobile banking Trojan modifications reach all-time high

Mobile banking Trojans increased three-fold between Q1 and Q2 2018, says Kaspersky Lab.

8 Aug

Vulnerable software puts healthcare records at risk

Among the OpenEMR vulnerabilities was an easy bypass of the patient portal authentication, needing only a modified URL to access confidential information.

Machine learning helps fight spam

Using machine learning, 95% of spam mails failed to reach their targets, says Trend Micro.

New Securonix AI tools lower incident response times

New capabilities aim to help security experts cut through the noise, to efficiently respond to alerts up to 95% faster.

3 Aug

Redstor guide to effective, robust corporate security

Cyber criminals are using sophisticated tech-driven methods to extort, hack and `hijack' poorly defended systems, says Redstor.

Spear-phishing e-mails target industrial organisations

Due to a low level of cybersecurity awareness, industrial companies are a lucrative target for cybercriminals, says Kaspersky Lab.

Panda intros free cyber security webinars

The series runs from the 7August to the 25September and is free to attend.

31 Jul

Cyber criminals eye the hospitality industry

Hospitality is the industry with the second highest number of cyber security breaches, says PwC.