Positive Technologies: 84 Percent Of Companies Have High-Risk Vulnerabilities On The Network Perimeter

Positive Technologies performed instrumental scanning of the network perimeter of selected corporate information systems.[1] A total of 3,514 hosts were scanned, including network devices, servers, and workstations. The results show the presence of high-risk vulnerabilities at most companies. However, half of these vulnerabilities can be eliminated by installing the latest software updates.[2] The research shows high-risk vulnerabilities at […]

Post-COVID Cobot Security Is Looking Good

Collaborative robots were gaining momentum in the marketplace before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived. They create situations where humans and machines work safely, side by side. However, the global health threat forced companies to cope with reduced operations and the possibility of having an entire team of workers isolate due to virus exposure. These advanced machines […]

Five Scary Good Cybersecurity Awareness Month Tips For Consumers To Keep In Mind

Don’t Let Spooky Season Get Any More Chilling – Here’s How You Can Keep the Ghouls & Goblins from Stealing your Data Cybersecurity Awareness Month aims to provide individuals with the resources they need to be safer and more secure online. It’s appropriate that this holiday falls during the month of Halloween, as hackers are […]

Security Blueprints Of Many Companies Leaked In Hack Of Swedish Firm Gunnebo – Experts Reaction

In March 2020, KrebsOnSecurity alerted Swedish security giant Gunnebo Group that hackers had broken into its network and sold the access to a criminal group which specializes in deploying ransomware. In August, Gunnebo said it had successfully thwarted a ransomware attack, but this week it emerged that the intruders stole and published online tens of thousands of sensitive documents […]

Enel Group Hit Again By Ransomware And Netwalker Demands $14 Million

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The multinational energy company Enel Group has been hit by a ransomware attack for the second time this year. This time by Netwalker, who is asking a $14 million ransom for the decryption key and to not release several terabytes of stolen data. Enel is one of the largest players in the European energy sector, with more than […]

Remote Working – Malware Is NOT Spread By People

As of October 2020, we would seem to be dug in even deeper into the pit of the global Pandemic with no end game in our forward vision. Thus, those Remote Working, Out of Office forced conditions would not seem to be something that will be going away anytime soon – so time to adapt […]

Expert On News: Experian Misuse Millions Of Peoples Data

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office has found that the credit agency Experian has been sharing the personal information of millions of people without their consent in a blatant disregard of GDPR. More details of this story here: Experian: Credit agency told to stop sharing data without consent