Posts Tagged ‘Hacking’

HUMAN expands enterprise protection from sophisticated bot

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HUMAN Security, Inc. (formerly White Ops), a cyber-security company that protects enterprises from bot attacks to keep digital experiences human, today announced its newly-named BotGuard and a range of new features to further help enterprise customers defend their website and mobile applications from sophisticated bot attacks and fraud. BotGuard is powered by the Human Verification…

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Wi-Fi users fed false sense of security

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WatchGuard Threat Lab predicts that WPA3 Wi-Fi will be compromised in 2019. Unless more comprehensive security is built into the Wi-Fi infrastructure users will be fooled into feeling safe with the new WPA3 encryption standard, while still being susceptible to attacks such as Evil Twin Access Points (APs). This is the warning from researchers at…

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Claranet acquires NotSoSecure enhancing security capabilities

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Managed IT services provider Claranet has today announced the acquisition of ethical hacking training and penetration testing experts NotSoSecure. This latest move follows the acquisition last year of UK-based security firm, SEC-1, and the opening of a new Claranet Security Operations Centre in Portugal. These additions, combined with existing security capabilities in other Claranet countries,…

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Clearswift shows the majority of security incidents are not caused by hackers

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Clearswift shows the majority of security incidents are not caused by hackers Clearswift has revealed that extended enterprise is largely responsible for data insecurity – not hackers. Year-on-year the research shows that cyber security incidents – including insider threats – continues to rise, but that companies are able to spot suspicious activity significantly quicker than…

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Diagnosis Cyber: The Cyber Threats to Healthcare

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Diagnosis Cyber: The Cyber Threats to Healthcare By Olly Jones – PGI Cyber The Cyber Threats to Healthcare took another twist as news emerged this week that a virus had infected the network of the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundations Trust (NLAG), forcing it to shut down computers in two hospitals and cancel operations…

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SQL injection: the oldest hack in the book

SQL injection: the oldest hack in the book

The latest reports suggest the highly publicised ‘Panama Papers’ data leak was the result of a hacking technique known as SQL injection. With 11.5 million files being leaked, the Mossack Fonseca breach exceeds even the 1.7 million files leaked by the infamous Edward Snowden.

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Staying cyber safe in industry – European Automation Report

Taken from the European Automation Industry Report about information security and its growing importance: ‘In 2014, the total number of cyber security incidents detected rose to 42.8 million according to PWC’s Global State of Information Security Survey 2015. For those of you that have not done the maths, that is 117,339 attacks per day, every day. And…

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US DoD Website Hacked by IS

US DoD Website Hacked by IS and personnel data leaked Just after midnight the Global Risk Awareness team intercepted a message from a group calling themselves the Islamic State Hacking Division (ISHD). They described their target as “The US Military” and the leak as “the addresses of 100 US Military personnel”. They claim to have…

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