Join us for Sophos’ upcoming event: Today’s Threat Landscape – How to Stay Safe Learn how today’s cybercriminals target your computer, identity and money and get practical advice on how to combat anything that comes your way. Sophos security expert John Shierwill explore how malware threats actually work and what you can do to protect your … Continue reading Join us for Sophos’ Upcoming Event: Today’s Threat Landscape – How to Stay Safe
Published by Michele Drolet, CEO of Towerwall Proper analysis will flag suspicious behavior and allow the IT department to assess the threat and take action to close it down Cybercriminals are employing more sophisticated techniques all the time and far too many companies and organizations still don’t have the protection they really need to safeguard … Continue reading How to Expose Cyber-Attacks and Combat Threats
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Cybercriminals are employing more sophisticated techniques all the time and far too many companies and organizations still don’t have the protection they really need to safeguard their systems. The prevalence of targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs) is disturbing. The risk is that security is breached, typically through manipulation of employees using a technique … Continue reading How Can you Expose Targeted Attacks and Combat APTs?
Windows admins will have their hands full with the large number of security updates in this month’s Patch Tuesday. There are fixes for 47 vulnerabilities in 13 bulletins for September’s Patch Tuesday cycle. Four of this month’s bulletins are critical. This year’s total for bulletins is up to 79, a considerable increase from 62 at … Continue reading Critical fixes for Office, Outlook and IE in September Patch Tuesday
While millions of mobile users are anticipating the launch of the new iPhone (5S and 5C), cybercriminals are already making their move to distribute spam that promise to give away the said devices for free, in the guise of a contest. We saw samples of spammed messages that attempted to spoof an Apple Store email … Continue reading Phone 5S Phishing Mail Arrives in time for launch.
10. Malware Is On The Rise The threat of malware on mobile platforms is growing steadily as more cybercriminals target mobile devices in increasingly sophisticated ways. 9. BYOD Is A Challenge There are obvious benefits to the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend, but it also creates IT challenges and exposes your company to new … Continue reading 10 Things I Know About… Mobile Security
Read the EDA’s Report on Malware Infections – Malware Infections on EDA’s Systems Were Overstated and the Disruption of IT Operations Was Unwarranted Click here to read.
Great information in SC Magazine’s latest whitepaper report, ‘Four steps to respond and recover from sophisticated security attacks’, it discusses the four proactive steps that you can – and should – take now to help keep your organization safe. Click here to view more details: http://bit.ly/131uu2J As we all know, cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated … Continue reading Four Steps to Respond & Recover from Sophisticated Security Attacks
Hi all, there is an e-mail scam doing the rounds. The message is an invite from some random person you won’t know with a link (how original). If you get such a message don’t use the link, check your LinkedIn account as if it’s a legit request it will be there waiting for approval. Even … Continue reading New LinkedIn E-Mail Scam