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Cyber Security
26th July 2021
Incident readiness and response work for cyber security

While it’s important to engage incident response during a cyber security incident, F-Secure Consulting’s global incident readiness and response offerings put equal emphasis on readiness as a strategy for mitigating the risk of cyber attacks.

Cyber Security
23rd April 2021
Network security for complete three-layered protection

Cyber security provider F-Secure and network security provider Whalebone have announced a new partnership to deliver DNS-based protection for mobile and fixed networks through service providers as part of a complete three-layered protection approach to protecting consumers against advanced threats.

Security
7th April 2021
Online extortion gains traction among cyber criminals

Data-stealing ransomware attacks, online extortion, information harvesting malware, and supply chain attacks are among the critical threats to organisations highlighted in an attack landscape update published by cyber security provider F-Secure. 

Security
11th February 2021
Data breaches increasing family exposure to cyber crime

Thanks to cyber crime making regular headlines in the news, it’s no secret that massive data breaches are a significant threat to organisations. However, a new report from cyber security provider F-Secure highlights the rarely-discussed impact these attacks can have on people and families using online services.  

Security
5th March 2020
Cyber attacks and ransomware unrelenting throughout 2019

Cyber criminals continued a barrage of cyber attacks in 2019, spurred on by botnets of infected IoT devices and by attacker interest in the Eternal Blue vulnerability. A new report from cyber security provider F-Secure, Attack Landscape H2 2019, documents a steep increase in attack traffic in 2019 that was unmatched by previous years.

Cyber Security
13th February 2020
Flash drive-sized single-board computer

Cyber security provider F-Secure’s hardware security professionals have created a new version of the USB armory, a single-board computer on a USB stick built from the ground up to be secure. The USB armory Mk II entrenches security in its lowest levels and is suitable for a wide range of applications, such as custom hardware security modules, and licensing tokens, that need the efficiency and flexibility of an embedded computer without sacr...

Security
13th February 2020
Internet overwhelmed by identity theft worries

A new report from cyber security provider F-Secure has found that a steady barrage of major data breaches have left a vast majority of consumers worried about the online crimes that lead to identity theft and account takeovers.

Latest
30th January 2020
UK grant to research autonomous vehicle network security

Cyber security provider F-Secure has won a £25,000 grant to research the security of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) networks. The research will leverage F-Secure Consulting’s expertise in securing critical national infrastructure to help the company contribute to the integrity and trustworthiness of the emerging CAV ecosystem.

Cyber Security
6th January 2020
Major vulnerabilities in popular wireless presentation system

Consultants with cyber security provider F-Secure have discovered several exploitable vulnerabilities in a popular wireless presentation system. Attackers can use the flaws to intercept and manipulate information during presentations, steal passwords and other confidential information, and install backdoors and other malware. 

Cyber Security
5th December 2019
Three quarters of consumers worried about internet privacy

Cyber security provider F-Secure and broadband networking solutions provider Zyxel are taking their cooperation to the next level by offering F-Secure SENSE connected home security to deliver fast, secure WiFi that protects against the growing number of threats targeting connected home devices.

Artificial Intelligence
26th November 2019
Why AI will be inhuman

Cyber security provider F-Secure has launched a new research project to further develop the decentralised AI mechanisms currently used in its detection and response technologies. The initiative, dubbed Project Blackfin, aims to leverage collective intelligence techniques, such as swarm intelligence, to create adaptive, autonomous AI agents that collaborate with each other to achieve common goals.

Cyber Security
20th November 2019
Helping Europe’s telecom providers secure smart homes

Cyber security provider F-Secure has joined ETIS, an organisation that facilitates cooperation between companies working in the European telecommunications sector. As an associate member of ETIS, F-Secure hopes to contribute its cyber security expertise to help stakeholders collectively address security challenges facing the telecommunications industry and its customers.

Cyber Security
16th October 2019
Research-led cyber security consultancy goes global

Cyber security provider F-Secure has launched a new consultancy unit bringing the company’s research-led cyber security services to organisations all over the world. F-Secure Consulting’s global team of cyber security consultants use technical research to secure current and emerging technologies, defend organisations from attacks, and drive the cyber security industry forward. 

Cyber Security
16th October 2019
Evaluation confirms capabilities in detecting advanced attacks

Cyber security provider F-Secure has successfully completed its first-round of the MITRE ATT&CK evaluation. The test assesses vendors’ endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions against techniques used by advanced persistent threat (APT) groups. It reportedly confirms that F-Secure’s capabilities to detect advanced threats are among the best in the industry. 

Cyber Security
7th October 2019
Attacks using IoT devices and Windows SMB escalate in 2019

Cyber criminals upped the intensity of IoT and SMB-related attacks in the first half of 2019, according to a new F-Secure report, ‘Attack Landscape H1 2019’. The report underscores the threats IoT devices face if not properly secured when online, as well as the continued popularity of EternalBlue and related exploits two years after WannaCry.

Cyber Security
30th August 2019
Shaping connected home security standards

F-Secure has joined Broadband Forum, the communications industry’s organisation focused on accelerating broadband innovation, standards, and ecosystem development, to better serve communication service providers and secure its wireless home offerings better in the battle against ever-increasing cyber threats. 

Cyber Security
13th August 2019
Serious security issue in F5’s BIG-IP could lead to cyber breaches

Cyber security provider F-Secure is advising organisations using F5 Networks’ BIG-IP load balancer, which is popular amongst governments, banks, and other large corporations, to address security issues in some common configurations of the product.

Cyber Security
9th August 2019
Cyber security in finance sector faces broad range of threats

The latest in cyber security news from F-Secure tells us that while today’s thieves use cyber attacks instead of Tommy Guns to steal money from financial institutions, the range of threats facing organisations working directly and indirectly with the global finance sector go far beyond traditional theft.

Cyber Security
5th August 2019
Managed detection solution Countercept wins €2m deal

F-Secure’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solution Countercept has won a multi-year deal worth than more than EUR 2m to defend a major European enterprise customer. Aiming to tackle the fact that despite significant investments in cyber security, many businesses still leave their doors wide open to cyber attacks and struggle with the basics.

Cyber Security
13th May 2019
IoT hackers rely on well-known weaknesses

The internet of things explosion has proven controversial due to the insufficient security measures in many of these internet-connected devices. And a new report from cyber security provider F-Secure finds that threats and the number of attacks continue to increase, but still rely on well-known security weaknesses, such as unpatched software and weak passwords. 

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