5 simple steps to bring cyber threat intelligence sharing to your organization

Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) sharing is a critical tool for security analysts. It takes the learnings from a single organization and shares it across the industry to strengthen the security practices of all. By sharing CTI, security teams can alert … Continue reading 5 simple steps to bring cyber threat intelligence sharing to your organization

Phish Scale: New method helps organizations better train their employees to avoid phishing

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a new method called the Phish Scale that could help organizations better train their employees to avoid phishing. How does Phish Scale work? Many organizations have… Continue reading Phish Scale: New method helps organizations better train their employees to avoid phishing

A look at the top threats inside malicious emails

Web-phishing targeting various online services almost doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic: it accounted for 46 percent of the total number of fake web pages, Group-IB reveals. Ransomware, the headliner of the previous half-year, walked off stage: only… Continue reading A look at the top threats inside malicious emails

80% of businesses expect IT budgets to grow or remain steady in 2021

The global COVID-19 crisis is a catalyst for change, spurring businesses to continue to invest in technology to support and secure a remote workforce, despite slowing corporate revenue growth resulting from the pandemic, a Spiceworks Ziff Davis study r… Continue reading 80% of businesses expect IT budgets to grow or remain steady in 2021

Cybercriminals moved quickly to capitalize on the COVID-19 outbreak using malicious emails

While the COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the lives and operations of many people and organizations, the pandemic failed to interrupt onslaught of malicious emails targeting people’s inboxes, according to an attack landscape update published by F-Secur… Continue reading Cybercriminals moved quickly to capitalize on the COVID-19 outbreak using malicious emails

Whitepaper: Mobile banking regulations, threats and fraud prevention

The usage of banking services through a mobile app has quickly been embraced by consumers. At the end of 2019, 74% of the UK and 75% of the US people used mobile devices to manage their finances. To stay ahead of the competition, banks have developed m… Continue reading Whitepaper: Mobile banking regulations, threats and fraud prevention

TI and Cadence Make PSpice Free

We like simulation software. Texas Instruments long offered TINA, but recently they’ve joined with Cadence to make OrCAD PSpice available for free with some restrictions. You’ve probably heard of PSpice — it’s widely used in academia and industry, but is usually quite costly. You can see a promotional overview video …read more

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Week in review: Zerologon PoCs released, five steps to recover from ransomware, CISOs’ golden opportunity

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news, reviews and articles: Most people ignore QR code security concerns QR codes are rising in popularity and use, according to a consumer sentiment study by MobileIron. Sixty-four… Continue reading Week in review: Zerologon PoCs released, five steps to recover from ransomware, CISOs’ golden opportunity

U.S. Requires Servers to Ban TikTok, WeChat Traffic

On Sunday, Sept. 20, Chinese company ByteDance’s TikTok and WeChat die. President Trump’s executive order, which prohibits any “transactions” with ByteDance thereafter, has now been clarified to note that “transactions” include both the transfer of da… Continue reading U.S. Requires Servers to Ban TikTok, WeChat Traffic

DuckDuckGo: Crazy Name, Growing Crazy-Fast

The privacy lovers at DuckDuckGo, Inc. are pleased to say the business is growing fast. Plus, Apple have graciously allowed iPhone users to set DDG’s browser as the default on iOS 14.
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