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ESG Cautions More Stringent And Complex Requirements For Multi-Cloud Migration To Prevent Attacks And Data Leakage
Publicado el: Thursday February 21, 2019

As businesses take advantage of mobile workforce and consumers, they have also been actively migrating their data centers and “webifying” applications to the cloud. To this end, security professionals have been building out an application-based access security architecture called Software Defined Perimeter (SDP). SDP leverages the Zero Trust tenet of ‘never trust, always verify’ by …

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Microsoft Malware
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

A new Microsoft malware infiltration technique has just been discovered, which involves the execution of malware even if the user does not open the Word document containing the malware.   Users don't have to open malicious docs to trigger new Microsoft malwarehttps://t.co/lOQgSnqfcE Via @cywareco — Bob Willcox (@BobWillcox) February 19, 2019 Expert Comments Below:  Dr Darren Williams, Founder …

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SAM Home Security Boosts Revenues For Israel’s Largest Telco, Prevents Thousands Of Cyber Attacks Per Week
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

Over one third of Bezeq’s customers pay a premium for enterprise-grade LAN security, stopping more than 100,000 attacks every week  Tel Aviv, Israel (February 20th, 2019) –  SAM Seamless Network, the intuitive security system for smart home networks, today announced that it has successfully created a new revenue stream for Israel’s largest telecommunications company Bezeq …

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Huawei CEO Says Data Won’t Be Shared with Chinese Government
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

Huawei founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, pledged in an interview that Huawei will not to share any customer information with the Chinese government.  Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei: "We will never" provide Chinese government with any information – CBS News https://t.co/iPjA8Srg2a — Edward Tse (@Edward_Tse) February 19, 2019 Expert Comments Below:  Anjola Adeniyi, Technical Account Manager at Securonix:   “Concerns …

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Hackers Use Compromised Banks As Starting Points For Phishing Attacks
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

In a report released today and shared with Bleeping Computer, international security company Group-IB specialized in preventing cyberattacks describes a so called cross-border domino-effect that can lead to spreading an infection beyond the initial target. The report is based on information from incident response work conducted in 2018 by the company’s team of computer forensics experts.  Experts Comments below:  Corin …

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Company Behind Chinese Facial Recognition Leaves Database Unprotected And Exposing 2.5 Million People
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

SenseNets, a company which operates facial recognition systems in China has exposed crucial personal information of 2.5 million people after leaving a database unprotected. The revelation came from a cybersecurity researcher named Victor Givors, who followed the trodden of searching around for unsecured databases. To the researcher’s surprise, the particular database contained the ID card number, tracking location …

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Network Functions Virtualisation Influence Spreads As Shift To 5G Accelerates
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

F5 Networks-sponsored Telecoms.com Annual Industry Survey 2018 puts spotlight on emerging technology ahead of Mobile World Congress; Close to 80% of industry professionals see NFV as either important or critical    New research shows that at as many as 79% of telecoms professionals view network functions virtualisation (NFV) as a critical strategic focus over the next five years.  According to …

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New IoT Standard
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

The ETSI Technical Committee on Cybersecurity (TC CYBER) has just released ETSI TS 103 645, a standard for cybersecurity in the Internet of Things, which will help to create baseline security standard for IT devices.  ETSI has released ETSI TS 103 645 consumer IoT cybersecurity standardhttps://t.co/cASwjuGfjK — Watchdog (@CerberusLabs) February 19, 2019 IoTSF Supports New Global Consumer Cybersecurity Standard …

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Australian Parliament Suffers A Cyberattack
Publicado el: Wednesday February 20, 2019

Australian PM Scott Morrison says the country’s major political parties and parliament were hit by a “malicious intrusion” on their computer networks. The activity was carried out by a “sophisticated state actor”, he said. But he added there was “no evidence of any electoral interference”. The nation will hold an election within months.  Mr Morrison’s comments follow an …

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Chinese And Iranian Hackers Renew Their Attacks On U.S. Companies
Publicado el: Tuesday February 19, 2019

It has been reported today by the New York Times that businesses and government agencies in the United States have been targeted in aggressive attacks by Iranian and Chinese hackers who security experts believe have been energised by President Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal last year and his trade conflicts with China. Recent Iranian attacks on American …

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