NEC supports cyber crime Investigation Training
NEC Corporation and Cyber Defense Institute have announced their support for the INTERPOL Digital Security Challenge (DSC), a virtual cyber crime investigation event that took place from October 12th to 16th. During the event, cyber crime investigation officers and experts in digital forensics from 50 countries came together to tackle a complex cyber crime scenario by exchanging knowledge and expertise.
Schools bombarded with spear-phishing attacks
More than 1,000 educational institutions, such as schools, colleges and universities, have been targeted by over 3.5 million spear-phishing attacks from June through to September 2020. This is according to new research from Barracuda Networks, the trusted partner and leading provider for cloud-enabled security solutions, released in their most recent ‘Threat Spotlight’.
Kameleon ProSPU cyber security solution for servers
Kameleon Security has announced a collaboration with Xilinx, as well as plans to release a new cyber security product, the Kameleon ProSPU. The ProSPU is an Open Compute Project (OCP)-compliant cyber protection chip for servers, data centers and cloud computing.
What are the cyber risks with working from home?
Working from home is the new normal for many across the UK, but just how prepared are UK businesses for the cyber risks? The pandemic has opened opportunities for criminals, with the number of scams on the rise A new report by Fasthosts reveals that cyber criminals have identified remote workers as easy targets with two in five employees having not received any caution regarding COVID-19 scams whilst remote working or hand any video-call security...
Three e-commerce cyber security threats to defend against
E-commerce holiday sales are expected to generate between $182 billion and $196 billion this season — a year-over-year increase of 25% to 35%, according to Deloitte's annual forecast. According to the Global Information Security Survey by Ernst and Young, customer information is the most valuable type of data for most attackers.
The ten most common cyber security mistakes
Monday November 30th will mark Computer Awareness Day and with more businesses operating a work from home policy than ever, paired with a rise in cyber criminal activity, IT experts ‘WFH IT Support’ have shared the most common cyber security mistakes made by businesses of all sizes.
To succeed, enterprise cyber security needs IoT scale
There are few things in cyber security that aren’t up for endless debate. Yet one thing that is universally agreed upon is that anything with an Internet address can and will be attacked. We’ve certainly witnessed this happening on a large scale with the proliferation of Internet of things (IoT) devices in recent years, and we’re likely to see the scale and complexity of these attacks escalate in the years ahead. Written by&nbs...
Automation to shape cyber security for better or worse
Researchers in WatchGuard Technologies’ Threat Lab are predicting that automation will play a major role in shaping cyber security attack and defence activities in 2021.
Security flaws in Tesla Model X keyless entry system
Researchers from COSIC, an imec research group at the University of Leuven in Belgium, have discovered major security flaws in the keyless entry system of the Tesla Model X.
Is remote working putting business security at risk?
Are you mixing work and play by shopping online, checking personal email or paying bills on a device you use for work? You are not the only one. As the lines between personal and work lives are more blurred than ever, most Brits are breaking the first rule of cyber security and might be putting business security at risk, according to a new global study by SailPoint.