Pacemakers are life-saving electronic devices without any form of cyber security. Though not at high risk for attack, there is a possibility, especially with more innovation, and those who use, or know someone who uses a pacemaker, should be aware. Technology saves lives. Now more than ever, huge advances in the medical field have allowed
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Microsoft is set to acquire a cyber security company, Hexadite, this year. Hexadite has developed a program that automatically responds to alerts without need for human involvement, so that cyber threats can be mitigated faster. Microsoft is the creator of Microsoft Windows, the most common operating system in the world. The company also produces the
A short film produced by HP comically illustrates the fact that there are a lot more things to consider when creating a secure network for your company and shows that cyber threats can come from anywhere. No, this isn’t about a geeky fan remake of a Leonardo DiCaprio film. It’s actually about an actual short
A Russian cyber crime gang created a trojan malware program that mimics mobile banking applications, and although people were affected locally at the time of its shutdown, This post talks about the mimicry and ways to ensure you’re not being duped. You should really make sure you know what you’re downloading. On Monday, the Russian
Twitter has a few unknown features that are available to businesses and other accounts that are managed by multiple people. One is called Teams and allows many people to perform regular actions on the account without permissions to change settings. This and other things are some ways Twitter is improving cyber safety for its users.
Two-step verification or two-factor authentication is growing more and more common, and this article talks about its evolution, and why you should incorporate it with all your accounts. What do Bollywood, WordPress, and Game of Thrones all have in common? If the title didn’t give it away you wouldn’t have been able to guess it.
Adyllkuzz is a cryptocurrency mining software that stealthily installs on your computer undetected, using the same NSA-Leaked exploit as the recent global ransomware attacks. Maintaining current software is one way you can prevent malware injection on your computer. Looks like you’re probably gonna be safe from ransomware on this one. But it’s always good to
Though not weaponized and malicious as of yet, EternalRocks is a worm that could potentially do more damage than the WannaCry ransomware on which it is based, because it utilizes more of the NSA-leaked Windows exploits than its predecessor. Remember Fast And Furious 7, where Jason Statham entered the franchise as the “big bad brother”
The WannaCry ransomware attacks seem to have subsided, but there is still a chance you could be attacked, and you will need to update your operating system and maintain those updates in order to be safe from this and future attacks. I actually don’t want to cry at all. I mean, a 22-year-old software engineer
File Sharing services like Dropbox and Google Drive are potential vulnerabilities to the security of your company because lower standards of security on the other ends of filesharing can allow for infected files to bypass a secured network. File Sharing over the internet seems like the best thing since microwave popcorn (or Star Wars, whichever