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Cybersecurity Tips when Working from Home

Cybersecurity Tips when Working from Home

Submitted by • December 24, 2020

www.kickvick.com - The year 2020 has been a lot different for the world in every perspective. Coronavirus has caught everything with a tight grip, and every business and its processes are molding to fight the pandemic. One of the significant changes that ...

Boosting your Cybersecurity While Working Remotely

Boosting your Cybersecurity While Working Remotely

Submitted by • December 23, 2020

www.youmustgethealthy.com - The COVID-19 virus has come unexpectedly, leading to lockdowns in several countries. As one of the ways to fight the virus, health experts have recommended ‘stay-at-home’ measures and social distancing. As a result, this has led to workplaces being closed ...

Another retrospective of 2019’s threat landscape

Another retrospective of 2019’s threat landscape

Submitted by • February 26, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - If looking at the past helps prepare you for the present, here is another cybersecurity retrospective to boost your cyberpreparedness… OpenText has issued its 2020 Webroot Threat Report for last year, highlighting not only the agility and innovation of cybercriminals who ...

Research report links social media impersonation of US politicians to Iranian interests

Research report links social media impersonation of US politicians to Iranian interests

Submitted by • February 19, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - "In just three weeks since Singapore’s first Covid-2019 case, there have been reports of cybercriminals impersonating government officials to request financial information from individuals. The local authorities have since advised financial institutions to remain vigilant on the cybersecurity front. The ...

Cybercrooks helping to do Covid-19 contact tracing?

Cybercrooks helping to do Covid-19 contact tracing?

Submitted by • February 19, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - "In just three weeks since Singapore’s first Covid-2019 case, there have been reports of cybercriminals impersonating government officials to request financial information from individuals. The local authorities have since advised financial institutions to remain vigilant on the cybersecurity front. The ...

The reality of governments racing to spend on cybersecurity

The reality of governments racing to spend on cybersecurity

Submitted by • February 19, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - "A commentary published in a leading broadsheet asked why the DICT even has «confidential funds.» The real question, though, is whether cybersecurity merits that amount of money. In truth, in terms of other governments spending on cybersecurity, $5,894,297. Investing ahead of ...

“Towards an industry-wide Distributed Ledger Technology security framework”

“Towards an industry-wide Distributed Ledger Technology security framework”

Submitted by • February 19, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - "This whitepaper published by The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) presents a case for establishing a comprehensive industry-wide Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Security Framework to review existing security guidelines, address gaps in the current approach to DLT security and ...

The big gap you did not think about in security and risk management

The big gap you did not think about in security and risk management

Submitted by • February 19, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - "Last year, a study found as many as 96% of organizations in Singapore experienced at least one breach in the past 12 months due to cyber threats. This is part of vulnerability management. The lack of attention to security and ...

Ransomware can now borrow a vulnerable driver to attack your system

Ransomware can now borrow a vulnerable driver to attack your system

Submitted by • February 19, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - "This novel approach exploits vulnerabilities in legitimate Microsoft-co-signed drivers to compromise the kernel and then disarm any security software. On 6 Feb, they were found to have used a Microsoft co-signed third party driver to patch the Windows kernel in-memory, ...

Are cybersecurity professionals overconfident about their security tools?

Are cybersecurity professionals overconfident about their security tools?

Submitted by • February 18, 2020

www.cybersecasia.net - One recent survey seems to indicate this dangerous trend. Half of the respondents of a recent Security Operations Effectiveness survey (Nov 2019) reported experiencing a security breach because one or more of their security products was not working as expected. Just over ...

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