How firewall automation can help prevent breaches caused by wrong configurations

How firewall automation can help prevent breaches caused by wrong configurations

A majority of IT staffers polled by firewall management service FireMon said they still use manual processes to manage changes. Firewalls are a critical form…

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Surveillance Kits Company Slaps Made In America Sticker On Gear, Selling It To The US Government

Surveillance Kits Company Slaps Made In America Sticker On Gear, Selling It To The US Government

Staff was cuffed in a police raid on Thursday at the offices of US surveillance equipment vendor Aventura Technologies. The workers are now facing criminal…

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The cost of cybercrime - in one graphic

The cost of cybercrime – in one graphic

Visualizing the massive cost of cybercrime What do Equifax, Yahoo, and the U.S. military have in common? They’ve all fallen victim to a cyberattack at…

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This Is The Impact Of A Data Breach On Enterprise Share Prices

This Is The Impact Of A Data Breach On Enterprise Share Prices

When news of a data breach breaks at a major organization, the aftermath can be chaotic. Executives will offer their apologies and the promise of…

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Cybercriminals using Google Analytics to enhance phishing efforts

Cybercriminals using Google Analytics to enhance phishing efforts

A report from security firm Akamai found that hackers were using analytics services to optimize their phishing efforts. Cloud security firm Akamai released a new…

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North Korean malware found on Indian nuclear plant's network

North Korean malware found on Indian nuclear plant’s network

The network of one of India’s nuclear power plants was infected with malware created by North Korea’s state-sponsored hackers, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India…

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BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it's not a worm

BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it’s not a worm

Security researchers have spotted the first mass-hacking campaign using the BlueKeep exploit; however, the exploit is not being used as a self-spreading worm, as Microsoft…

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WhatsApp launches fingerprint security lock support for Android devices

WhatsApp launches fingerprint security lock support for Android devices

WhatsApp has announced the rollout of support for biometric authentication through fingerprint sensors on the Android platform. On Thursday, the Facebook-owned messaging application said that…

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Facebook Finally Pays £500K Cambridge Analytica Fine

Facebook Finally Pays £500K Cambridge Analytica Fine

Facebook has finally reached an agreement with the UK’s privacy regulator to pay a £500,000 penalty related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, a year after…

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Facebook Sues NSO Group Over WhatsApp Zero Day

Facebook Sues NSO Group Over WhatsApp Zero Day

Facebook filed a lawsuit today in a US court against NSO Group, an Israeli company that sells spyware products. The social media giant claims that…

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