A survey conducted during Infosecurity Europe 2016 by Tenable Network Security, Inc., a global leader transforming security technology for the business needs of tomorrow, has found that the majority of IT security professionals can only measure the return on less Continue reading Tenable Network Security Survey Shows IT Security Professionals in Europe Struggle to Measure Return on Security Spend
A dangerous, previously unknown security vulnerability has been discovered in LastPass which permits attackers to remotely compromise user accounts. LastPass is a password vault which pulls user passwords from a secure area and auto fills credentials for them. http://www.zdnet.com/article/lastpass-zero-day-vulnerability-remotely-compromises-user-accounts/ Commenting on Continue reading LastPass zero-day vulnerability gives hackers access to your account
By: Josh Daniels Cybercrime has been described by experts as a “ticking time bomb” that could soon become a major public issue if the government, police and enterprises do not pull together. Huge volumes of cybercrime are now being reported Continue reading What more can the government do to tackle cybercrime?
VISITOR PROFILE 15% of our visitors* come from the energy & oil and gas sectors. Meet your target customers, show off your products, keep your business moving forward! Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Russian Railways, Rosneft, Gazprom and many others will Continue reading InfoSecurity Russia announces Industrial Sector Day
The Office for National Statistics has revealed that there were more than 5.8m incidents of cybercrime in the last year, with 3.8m of these incidents attributed to online shopping scams, virus attacks, theft of bank details and other online offences. Continue reading 5.8 million incidents of cybercrime in the UK last year
Reports started surfacing saying that a hacker has targeted the official forum of popular mobile game “Clash of Kings,” making off with close to 1.6 million accounts. The hack was carried out on July 14 by a hacker, who wants to remain nameless, and Continue reading Hacker steals 1.6 million accounts from Clash of Kings forum
Paul Bischoff, security and privacy advocate for Comparitech.com is warning users about a new Facebook app from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign that invites users to “Trump Yourself”, as it could have privacy implications for users. In a blog on the subject, available Continue reading “Trump Yourself” Facebook app – could your privacy could be at risk?
PerimeterX researchers have discovered a widespread affiliate marketing fraud attack. A centrally controlled bot net is targeting thousands of web sites infecting millions of users. The attack uses malicious browser extensions to collect un-earned affiliate and referral fees against all Continue reading PerimeterX Security Researchers Discover Widespread Affiliate Marketing Fraud Attack
Artem Vaulin, the alleged mastermind behind KickAss Torrents, was arrested in Poland earlier this week and it now appears that the site may have been shut down for good with US authorities seizing the KickAss domain. Commenting below on this news Continue reading KickAss Torrents kicked into touch by Law Enforcement. Alleged mastermind faces extradition to US from Poland.
New flaws that could be exploited by hackers have been uncovered in the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) widely used by web sites. According to the site https://httpoxy.org/ the httpoxy set of vulnerabilities affect application code running in CGI, or CGI-like environments, Continue reading Flaws that could be exploited by hackers have been uncovered in the Common Gateway Interface (CGI)