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  • Types of cyber security risks

    Improved threat detection and attack remediation capabilities can improve overall operational efficiency across your entire application security infrastructure by simply following the your SSL/TLS strategy, which should be able to...

  • Flaws in Popular Self-Encrypting SSDs Let Attackers Decrypt Data

    Security researchers have discovered multiple critical vulnerabilities in some of the popular self-encrypting solid state drives (SSD) that could allow an attacker to decrypt disk encryption and recover protected data without knowing the password for the disk

  • Types of cyber security risks

    The greatest threat to the data security of any organisation is often traced to an oblivious employee who has inadvertently brought a company to its knees by allowing confidential and sensitive data to be hacked. There are lot of types pf security risks and attacks. You can learn them here and start protecting your personal and precious data.

  • 5 Simple Ways to Provide Cybersecurity Solutions

    Cloud and internet storage is a must nowadays and the same time too risky for the businesses. Everyone must make an effort to safeguard their data. If you make a mistake, or take a minute and do not pay attention, and your data and reputation could be compromised

  • Popular WooCommerce WordPress Plugin Patches Critical Vulnerability

    eCommerce website built on WordPress and powered by WooCommerce plugin, then beware of a new vulnerability that could compromise your online store. WooCommerce is one the most popular eCommerce plugins for WordPress that helps websites to upgrade their...

  • G Suite: Get Gmail, Docs, Drive, Chat and Calendar for business

    Everything you need in one package Reach your colleagues wherever they are. Store files and find what you need instantly. Everything you need to bring your project to life. Manage users, devices, and data securely and easily. Gmail, Calendar, Google+, Hangouts Chat, Hangouts Meet, Hangouts Meet hardware, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides, App Maker, Keep, Jamboard, Drive, Cloud Search, Admin, Vault, Mobile Connect, Create, Access, Control. All what a modern company need. All you get with G Suite

  • GDPR: Portuguese hospital hit with €400,000 fine for two GDPR violations

    The Barreiro Hospital is appealing one of the first publicly-announced fines issued since the new regulations came into force.
    The Portuguese data watchdog applied a €400,000 fine on a Portuguese hospital in July for two violations of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

  • Vivartia - MIG : Hit by Ransomware and paid 75.000 Euro in Bitcoins

    Vivartia, one of MIG's most important food companies, has recently been hacked, with dozens of systems losing access to their records. Specifically, according to reliable sources, in some cases Delta's factories stopped supplying DELTA products because it was impossible

  • Popular WooCommerce WordPress Plugin Patches Critical Vulnerability

    Media Prima has been hit by a ransomware attack, resulting in employees being denied access to in-house emails. According to The Edge Financial Daily, computer systems throughout the group were “breached and infected” with ransomware over the past four days and the attackers demanded 1,000 bitcoins in order for Media Prima to reaccess the email system. According to media reports, the amount demanded was RM26 million.

  • Marriott's Starwood Hotel hacked exposing data of up to 500 million guests

    The Marriott hotel chain has suffered a major data breach to its Starwood Hotel brand guest reservation database which potentially exposed the information of 500 million guests. On 19 November, an investigation undertaken by Marriott discovered that there had been unauthorised access to its database on or before 10 September. Data from email addresses to payment card and passport numbers were potentially accessed