TreasureHunt malware strain stealing payment data – expert comment

FireEye announced the discovery of new POS malware earlier this week, called TreasureHunt (also known as TreasureHunter). The malware taps card information from processes running in the systems’ memory and then transmits it to a server operated by cyber criminals. They’re attributing Continue reading TreasureHunt malware strain stealing payment data – expert comment

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NIST Cybersecurity Framework Adoption Linked to Higher Security Confidence According to New Research

More organisations plan to adopt the NIST Cybersecurity Framework in the next 12 months than any other IT security framework, yet many struggle to implement the full range of best practices Tenable Network, revealed that overall security confidence was higher Continue reading NIST Cybersecurity Framework Adoption Linked to Higher Security Confidence According to New Research

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Expert insight on Malware Scam Using Fake Speeding Ticket Email but Accurate Speed Data

In Tredyffrin, Pennsylvania near Philadelphia, a new malware scam is underway where some residents are receiving fake email speeding tickets, but which contain accurate speed data. Officials think users are being infected by an app with permission to track phone Continue reading Expert insight on Malware Scam Using Fake Speeding Ticket Email but Accurate Speed Data

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Expert Insight: ‘Trolls’ who create fake profiles face criminal prosecution

Following the news that lawyers will be advised to prosecute “trolls” who use fake online profiles to harass others, I’d like to share with you the following insights from Lee Munson, Researcher at Comparitech.com: “The fact that the Crown Prosecution Continue reading Expert Insight: ‘Trolls’ who create fake profiles face criminal prosecution

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