August 2017

It’s time to get the dragons out – hackers have targeted Game of Thrones. HBO confirmed last night that it has been hit, although like any dastardly Lannister plot, the full extent of the scheme is only just unfurling. In all, the (as yet identified) cyber criminals claim to have stolen 1.5 terabytes of data […]

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Despite the WannaCry and Petya global cyber attacks, only 42% of SME IT decision makers polled in the UK, US and Australia are concerned about ransomware. Download this free guide New technologies: a source of threat as well as a solution Learn about fighting the ever evolving ransomware, IoT botnet malware and data manipulation attacks. Start Download By submitting […]

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A survey of 600 SMBs worldwide (200 each in the UK, USA and Australia) has shown that, globally, fewer than 30 per cent consider themselves completely ready to manage IT security – and are underestimating the threat of certain types of attack. Globally, 56 per cent of organisations told cyber security firm Webroot that they […]

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The energy sector has been hit with almost one-third of the cyberattacks against U.S. industrial facilities in recent years. It is among the top issues, along with reliability, environmental regulations, and aging infrastructure, facing power plant operators. New technologies and processes are available to help fight the battle. The cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid in […]

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The cities of San Marcos and Buda continue to use a Russian cybersecurity company’s software despite concerns raised by the U.S. government and lawmakers that it might leave them vulnerable to hacking by the Kremlin. The General Services Administration, the federal agency in charge of purchasing, announced in July that it was eliminating Moscow-based Kaspersky […]

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