Containers vs. Virtual Machines. What’s The Difference?

Air-Gapped Computer Hacked

Organizations’ adoption of virtualization is on the rise. In its 2020 State of Virtualization Technology report, Spiceworks found that more than half of businesses anticipated they would begin using storage virtualization and application virtualization by 2021. The survey also found that desktop, data and network virtualization technologies would all experience double-digit growth over the next […]

Security Experts Commented On Computer Security Day

Did you know today is Computer Security day? The first time this day was celebrated was in 1988 and a lot has changed since then with Cybercriminals techniques growing more and maybe ore sophisticated every year – but how can we stay safe whilst working?

Expert Reaction On News: Among Us App Used To Distribute Malware

It’s been reported that InterSloth’s ‘Among Us’ is being used by hackers to distribute malware. Among Us one of the latest games to be hitting the world by storm, with it being popular among PC and mobile gamers alike. Cybercriminals have noted the games popularity and begun to take advantage of it, creating fake versions of the […]

Black Friday – IoT Devices Bought Today Are Far Riskier Than Consumers Think

Black Friday is upon us, and smart doorbells may well be off the wish list following this week’s news of their IoT vulnerabilities. But all other IoT devices will fly off shelves today. As the IoT booms to billions of devices in millions of homes, the smart assistants, speaker systems, and even kids’ toys consumers happily […]

Experts On NHS Patients Have Data Exposed After Human Mistake

It has been reported that a data breach at NHS Highland has led to the personal information of 284 patients with diabetes being shared with more than 30 people. The error, which occurred on Tuesday, November 17, led to the names, dates of births, contact information, and hospital identification numbers of the patients being revealed. The […]

To Succeed, Enterprise Cybersecurity Needs IoT Scale

There are few things in cybersecurity 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 […]

Mobileiron Vulnerability Used By State-backed Hackers To Break Into Networks – Experts Insight

NHS Planning to Go Paperless by 2020

Cyber criminals are actively exploiting the vulnerabilities in mobile device managment (MDM) solutions to successfully gain access to networks across government, healthcare and other industries as reported. An alert warning is issued by UK’s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) to warn the users that multiple actors are exploiting MobileIron Vulnerability (CVW 2020-15505). MobileIron is a provider of […]

Expert Reaction On Onfido’s Survey Shows UK Consumers Demanding Better Digital Identity Verification

Global identity verification provider, Onfido today announced the results of its survey “Customer attitudes to digital identity: meet the expectations of tomorrow”. The survey evaluated the online behavior of around 4000 respondents in the UK, US, France, and Germany in August 2020. Onfido’s survey found that UK consumers are more actively using online accounts since COVID lockdowns […]

Two-Factor Authentication Bypass Flaw Affects 70 Million+ Domains

Two-Factor Authentication

Researchers have uncovered a previously undisclosed vulnerability affecting the cPanel & WebHost Manager (WHM) web hosting platform. cPanel &WHM version (90.0 Build 5) exhibits a two-factor authentication bypass flaw, vulnerable to brute force attack, resulting in a scenario where an attacker with knowledge of or access to valid credentials could bypass two-factor authentication protections on […]

The Importance Of Disaster Recovery Planning In 2020 And Beyond

The year 2020 reinforced the saying “disasters happen.” It’s the busiest Atlantic hurricane season on record, and of course there’s the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. There’s always potential for disruption, especially when it comes to corporate data. In 2020 or any year, to effectively protect from a disaster, a plan needs to be in place before […]