CyberInt

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 13 hours ago

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • We Are in This Together: Every department can put an enterprise at risk

    Protecting an enterprise’s digital assets requires more than the labor of the IT/IS teams - fighting cybercrime calls for a joint effort from each and every department. From the C-level suites, down to sales and marketing, over to finance, and through the door to the supply chain, cybersecurity stands strong only when every department takes the full responsibility for its own cybersecu...

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • The Rise of Digital MDRs

    The “wild west” of cybersecurity could use another good guy, and Managed Detection and Response services (MDRs) promise to deliver an effective way to manage, detect and respond to complex attacks that often slip through the standard security controls.

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Cyberwar, US, Russia and the non-State Actors: Frenemies with Benefits?

    The past year has been compounded with multiple events and mounting evidence to suggest that the USA and Russia have entered ever-escalating cyber hostilities. Private email accounts of politicians have been hacked and released to the public, bank accounts have been hijacked, DDoS attacks are prevalent and prominent elected officials have claimed foul cyber play to manipulate elections...

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • What’s in a name: Who Names Cyber Attacks?

    Pork Explosion? I couldn’t help but laugh at the name of a recent security vulnerability. The name wasn’t a nod to an all-you-can-eat pork buffet. No, Pork Explosion is the name of an Android device backdoor that had the potential to sabotage all security measures of the operating system.

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • What should we expect in 2017?

    During an impromptu press conference on New Year's Eve, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump responded to a question about cybersecurity by stating that, "no computer is safe and if you have something important, write it and send it by courier". While that statement might be a little dramatic, many experts across the cybersecurity landscape agree that 2016 was just a warmup for what’s to ...

  • The IoT Boomerang Effect

    Over 6 Billion devices currently make up the ever-growing network known as the IoT. In fact, Gartner is predicting that by 2020, IoT devices will grow to over 26 billion, constituting an exponential growth in just three years' time. While this vast network of interconnectivity certainly makes our lives easier in the personal, public and business spheres, we are already witnessing a tre...

  • Cybersecurity in 2017 focusing on Asia Pacific

    I would like to share my final thoughts on 2016 and what I believe awaits us in 2017, particularly in the APAC market. Cybersecurity Awakening Following suit of the US and Europe, the Asia Pacific  financial community is waking up to the necessity of cyber readiness. Central banks are beginning to recognize the need for continuous assessment based simulations and ongoing testing to ...

  • Post Soltra Era - Our Quick Analysis

    The story began in 2014, when FS-ISAC and DTCC, entered a joint venture to develop a product named Soltra. The idea was to streamline the process of aggregating threat intelligence from a wide range of sources with the ability to quickly analyze and share it among a wide range of business communities to counter threats and mitigate risks. Soltra was fueled by FS-ISAC’s and DTCCs vast ...

  • FriendFinder ignored warnings, became next victim in the Cyberwar on Sex Industry

    Back in July of 2015, Ashley Madison, a popular website dedicated to facilitating marital affairs, was hacked by a group called the Impact Team. The hackers demanded that Ashley Madison shut down their website or they threatened to release all clientele info, 32 million in all.  Ashley Madison did not back down, the info was released to the public and there are now a lot of unhappy peo...

  • An Inside Look At The Hacker Communities of the Dark Web

    Most hackers actually don’t fit the common stereotype of a hoodie-attired, jobless loner glued to a computer screen for days on end in a quiet basement.

  • BlackHat London 2016: Your opportunity to check how exposed your company is to digital threats

    For four days at the start of November 2016, Europe’s top cybersecurity professionals and researchers will gather in London for Black Hat Europe.

  • Cyber Week in APAC – The region is taking the war on cybercrime seriously, very.

    We participated in several events in Singapore and the Philippines last week, and saw firsthand a great curiosity about and commitment to brand protection at a time of rampant cyber-attacks. One thing is clear, businesses, organizations and governments in Asia Pacific are fully embracing cyber awareness and the need to protect digital assets.

  • Ever Wondered which Tools and Services Are Found on the Dark Web? Here are Some Examples.

    The Dark Web is where the sunshine of regulated commerce doesn’t apply. Here you can find criminals selling weapons, illegally harvested organs and child pornography, for example. Here is also where hackers sell the sensitive information they’ve stolen from organizations, and offer new tools and methods that will help fellow hackers  pull of their next cybercrime.

  • From hackers with love. A look behind the scenes of cybercrime - Part 1

    It’s not a crazy idea. Many organizations – including the U.S. Department of Defense, Google, Apple, General Motors and others – work directly with so-called white hat hackers. These outfits pay hackers money to find their vulnerabilities.

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Cybersecurity Health Check: It’s Time to Test How Strong Your Current Defenses Really Are

    They say there are two kinds of companies: those that were hacked, and those that don’t yet know they were hacked. Companies seem to be consistently behind the curve when it comes to cybersecurity, with even massive institutions of the stature of JPMorgan Chase – which spend over a billion dollars per year on security – being hacked for years, before the breach is detected. Which, of ...

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • The Very Fine Line Between Hacking and Whistleblowing

      Generally agreed: Hacking is an illegal criminal activity whereby criminals use a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system. Generally agreed: Whistleblowing is a legal activity that constitutes exposing any kind of information or activity that is deemed illegal, unethical or constitutes a risk to individuals or the general public.

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Cyber Criminals Take to the Sea

    So, here’s a cybersecurity story you don’t usually read about... Pirates are most popularly known as a hook-handed, one-eyed swashbucklers with parrots on their shoulders continuously searching for treasure in the open seas. But the pirate of old has evolved to one who uses technology to attack cargo ships, holds their crews for ransom and plunders the goods on board.

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

CyberInt

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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