Trojan Malware Found Stealing Facebook Passwords

Trojan Malware Found Stealing Facebook Passwords

ESET finds Remtasu malware, spread via piracy websites, expanded from compromising online banking, to stealing Facebook passwords. [su_note note_color=”#ffffcc” text_color=”#00000″]ESET: ESET has been tracking the cunning Remtasu malware for well over a year now. What was initially malware that mainly targeted digital certificates, in many cases those used by online banking, has now also been […]

Cato Cloud to Make Network Security Simple Again

Cato Cloud to Make Network Security Simple Again

Network Security as a Service will change the way security is delivered, managed, and evolved Cato Networks (Cato), which is rethinking network security from the ground up and into the Cloud, announced today the launch of its Network Security as a Service (NSaaS) platform. The groundbreaking Cato Cloud makes network security simple and cost-effective for the […]

How to Maximise Security Intelligence

How to Maximise Security Intelligence

Snapchat, eBay, JP Morgan, Sony Pictures and even the White House. The widespread data breaches over the past few years confirms the fact that even large multinational companies and government organisations with huge security budgets are unable to completely defend themselves against the latest threats and smartest cyber criminals. Offenders can obtain data they are […]

New Secure ID Platform for Cloud Data, IoT (Zero-Knowl keys Thwart Hacks, Spreed Trust Services)

New Secure ID Platform for Cloud Data, IoT

Massively Scalable, Compact, Zero-Knowledge Platform Makes Keys Invisible to Senders, Receivers, Would-Be Hackers. Creates and Validates Identity for Cloud, IoT, and M2M for Extremely Robust, Accelerated and Low-Power Security. Rubicon Labs, Inc., developers of advanced secure data protection and identity technologies for cloud-based data center applications and the Internet of Things (IoT), today introduced TLS […]

Why Businesses Don’t Have to Walk it Alone

Why Businesses Don’t Have to Walk it Alone

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is intended to help organisations ensure the safe handling of sensitive payment card data. But it can also present significant (and potentially expensive) regulatory hurdles. Matthew Bryars, CEO of Aeriandi explains what PCI DSS means to businesses and the various ways in which compliance can be […]

Dridex Experimenting with New Attack Vectors

Dridex Experimenting with New Attack Vectors

Ronnie Tokazowski, senior researcher at PhishMe, has warned that Dridex is experimenting with new attack vectors. [su_note note_color=”#ffffcc” text_color=”#00000″]Ronnie Tokazowski, Senior Researcher at PhishMe: “When one threat actor starts shifting TTP’s, it’s usually a big deal. Attackers get comfy in their infrastructure, some survive sinkholes, and they continue spamming or stealing money. One shift takes time, […]

Tips for Parents on How to keep their Little Gamers Safe?

Tips for Parents on How to keep their Little Gamers Safe?

Many children these days play games online and as harmless as this may seem, they are probably unaware that they are potential targets for cybercriminals. This is all thanks to the lure of online accounts full of parent’s credit card details and other less obvious information which can be monetized. Although your son or daughter […]

100,000 Electronic Filing PINs Stolen

100,000 Electronic Filing PINs stolen

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the US was the target of an attack that used stolen social security numbers and other taxpayer data to obtain PINs that can be used to file tax returns electronically. The attack occurred in January and targeted an IRS Web application that taxpayers use to obtain their so-called Electronic […]

Ireland Safer Online than EU Average

Ireland Safer Online than EU Average

According to Eurostat research 1 out of 4 internet users in the EU experienced computer security related problems in 2015, but the Irish were safer. The Safer Internet Day and Eurostat has released their research on the Europeans’ Internet security. According to Eurostat “the proportion of internet users having experienced certain common security issues over […]

Stated that Parents are Responsible for Data Breaches

Parents are Responsible for Data Breaches

Following the data breach of toy maker, VTech, last year, the company is now trying to embed data breach acceptance in its Terms and Conditions. More than 6.3 million children’s accounts were affected by last year’s breach, which gave the perpetrator access to photos and chat logs. VTech’s new terms and conditions state that parents must […]