Malicious actors have a range of motivations, including geopolitical, ideological and espionage purposes. However, it is the financially-motivated cybercriminals we commonly see targeting the organizations we work with. These actors will go wherever the money is. Pure and simple.
By having a Crisis Management Plan in place, organisations are better prepared to identify potential attack scenarios, enabling you to better handle a security incident irrespective of type and scale.
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The recent attacks on Sony Pictures have brought the issue of cyber warfare to forefront of international relations. Let's
Dropbox has not been hacked according to an official blog post published early this morning. In a post that first appeared
We've all had them, we've all read them, and some have actually been stupid enough to reply to them. I am of course talking about the famous, "Dear sir, I am the son of an African diplomat...blah, blah, blah, E-mail.
Most cyber attackers are likely to use the easiest route in. They're lazy. No different from your run-of-the-mill hijacker who will gladly steal the car of someone who leaves the keys in it. In the case of the cyber criminal, he will of course test the 'lowest common denominator' method against the widest range of IP addresses from the same source set of IP addresses.
It's only natural to use the tool that's been perfectly designed for the job yet, for some reason, when it comes to securing the corporate infrastructure, many are frightened by the idea of hiring a hacker. I believe they're missing out.
A hoaxer who hacked a local news station in America and broadcast footage of a zombie apocalypse also managed to hack the
Every year at the end of December, computer hackers from all over the world gather in Germany - this time in Hamburg - for the Chaos Communication Congress, four days of talks, meetings and workshops.
A man in Adelaide has admitted hacking an internet service provider - in more ways than one. Bryce Kingsley Quilley, from
The former leader of the hacking group known as TeaMp0isoN faces jail after pleading guilty to stealing Tony Blair's personal