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US-CERT warns of domain name collision

Any collision is a bad thing, especially when it happens in a computer system.  The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team...

May 26th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Apple MacBook Air also

Malwarebytes adds Mac protection to Breach Remediation product

While Windows-based PCs comprise the overwhelming majority of desktop devices owned by enterprises, a number of OS X loyalists maintain...

May 26th, 2016 Howard Solomon

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Cyber security isn’t only about technology

Most experts maintain security involves a combination of people, processes and technology. However, too often infosec leaders focus on technology...

May 25th, 2016 Howard Solomon

ransomware, blackmail

More eyes on ransomware

Ransomware is at the top of today's news, with more effort going into finding sources and reports of two new variants....

May 24th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Security Pad, cyber security, IT

Don’t despair, says Cisco CISO: Defences can largely be effective

After reading sensational reports of the latest data breach – or receiving news of the ever-increasing number of attacks on...

May 20th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Data breach notification in Canada

Make the C-suite understand the business of hacking, says HPE

For some CISOs, hammering together a strategy to protect the organization's vital data can be easier than hammering heads at...

May 19th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Cloud Safe

Inside the Nuclear malware-as-a-service platform

By now most CISOs know that criminals as well as corporations are leveraging software-as-a-service. This week Check Point Software released...

May 18th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Taking security to cloud

Organizations still not ready for Internet of Things, says Intel Security exec

Despite warnings from a number of industry analysts and vendors organizations still aren't prepared for the security problems that the...

May 18th, 2016 Howard Solomon

malware, cyber crime, data theft, network security

CATA names cybercrime advisory council

Fourteen police and IT security experts have been named to the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance's newly-created cybercrime advisory council, to...

May 17th, 2016 Howard Solomon