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James.Maude
January 23rd, 2015

Malvertising Campaigns – Who can you trust?

Malware is an ever evolving field and as such security should be seen as a journey not a destination. One of the latest malware evolutions is the practice of Malvertising where attackers place malicious content in seemingly innocent adverts. When the user views the page the advert is loaded and the malware attempts to exploit the machine.

 

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Cryptolocker – The battle for data security

Ransomware has exploded onto the radar of security teams in recent years due to highly aggressive tactics which are often impossible to recover from. Ransomware is on the increase and has evolved rapidly from the high profile Cryptolocker outbreak.

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Will you COPE beyond BYOD?

Since 2010, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), where employees use their own smartphones, laptops and tablets in the workplace, has revolutionized both how and where we work.

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$1bn financial services attack – Why Defense in Depth could have mitigated the damage

A new report from Kaspersky Labs claims up to 100 banks and financial institutions have been attacked in an “unprecedented cyber robbery”.

Initial estimates suggest that $1bn has been stolen in the attacks, which are believed to have started in 2013 and are potentially still ongoing. It’s thought the attacks have taken place across 30 different countries, including the US, Canada, Germany, Russia, China and Ukraine.

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Defending your business this Data Privacy Day

Since 2007, January 28th has marked Data Privacy Day (or Data Protection Day in Europe), the annual awareness day to promote privacy and data protection best practices. The day is recognized in the United States, Canada, the UK and 26 other European countries through a number of initiatives focused on raising awareness among businesses and personal users about the importance of protecting the privacy of their personal information, particularly in the context of social networking.

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Malvertising Campaigns – Who can you trust?

Malware is an ever evolving field and as such security should be seen as a journey not a destination. One of the latest malware evolutions is the practice of Malvertising where attackers place malicious content in seemingly innocent adverts. When the user views the page the advert is loaded and the malware attempts to exploit the machine.

Continue Reading