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Phishing for Influence: When Hackers Meddle in Politics

Every computer, whether used for personal or business reasons is susceptible to attacks from cyber-criminals. Political, personal and financial fraud are the three main reasons for these attacks.

date:  May 11, 2017

Insights from APWG’s 4th Quarter 2016

The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) is the worldwide coalition unifying the global response to cyber-crime across industry, government and law-enforcement sectors. The information in this article is a description of what is trending, according to APWG recently published Phishing Activity Trends Report for 4th Quarter 2016.

date:  April 05, 2017

Learn How to Avoid IoT Threats!

Every aspect of our lives is becoming 'Internet-ready" and last week, we detailed some of the devices hackers have been able to use the Internet of Things (IoT) to steal our information or spy on us.

date:  March 29, 2017

Latest IoT Cyber-Threats Trends

The Internet of Things (IoT) is now a sign of the times. We have digitally connected devices all around us – at work, in our cars and homes, and even on our bodies. With the arrival of IPv6 and the wide use of Wi-Fi networks, IoT is expanding at a rapid rate. Researchers estimate that by 2020, the number of active wireless connected devices will be in...

date:  March 22, 2017

How Does the Trickbot Malware Works

Last week, we talked about a new banking Trojan, called TrickBot, that is plaguing banks all around the world, including the US, UK and Australia. In this article, we will take in inside look at how the Trojan works.

date:  March 01, 2017

Trickbot Malware: Beware of this New Banking Trojan!

In September 2016, researchers at Fidelis Cybersecurity discovered a new malware bot dubbed TrickBot or "TrickLoader" by its authors. They found that it had a lot in common with the infamous Dyre banking Trojan. Not only was the loader similar, but the code itself was very familiar, suggesting that some of the original Dyre authors also helped to bring...

date:  February 22, 2017

Cyber-Criminality, Scams and Fraud: What to Expect in 2017

We said goodbye to 2016 and its head-scratching cyber-security issues, but the million-dollar question is: what will businesses and private users face now in 2017? Let’s review cyber-challenges this new year might hold in store:

date:  February 08, 2017

2016’s Important Lessons in Cyber-Security

The year 2016 will not only be remembered for Trump’s surprise victory in the US election, or for Brexit, or for saying goodbye to so many public figures like David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Prince, Muhammed Ali and Carrie Fisher, just to name a few. Last year was also one of the most challenging for cyber-security. Hackers were busier than ever stealing...

date:  January 25, 2017

Data Breaches: Protect Your Business!

Businesses, as well as users, are at risk of data breaches. To achieve identity theft or launch spear phishing campaigns, cyber-criminals target businesses, companies and even governments that are dealing with large amounts of precious and critical personal information.

date:  January 11, 2017

Insights from APWG’s 3rd Quarter 2016

The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) is the worldwide coalition unifying the global response to cyber-crime across industry, government and law-enforcement sectors. The information in this article is a description of what is trending, according to APWG recently published Phishing Activity Trends Report for 3rd Quarter 2016.

date:  January 04, 2017
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