Indian government subjects phone makers to cyber security standards and are required to report their hardware, software and network security measures by August 28th.
Last week, Google announced the removal of around 300 Android apps found with malware that secretly hijacks your phone to participate in massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. The takedown was a result of collaborative investigation by several security and technology companies who discovered the WireX Android botnet and the nefarious Android mobile apps responsible. In a written statement, Google said: “We identified approximately 300 apps associated with the issue, blocked them from the Play Store, and we’re…
Imperva reversed the phishing hook to hack the hackers, proving that these 'professionals' are just as susceptible – and in the process reveals some very important anti-hacker lessons.
With rising risks of Internet of Things, the draft of the NIST 800-53 revision 5 addresses IoT security and privacy challenges head on.
For 24 days, 272 hackers pounded the Air Force's key public websites. The result? A cool 207 vulnerabilities were found, resulting in a $130,000 payday for the White Hats.
Ransomware attacks are the frightening new hacking phenomenon that is hitting businesses all over the world. Here are five ways to stop ransomware attacks.
If your business is dealing with data then ignoring the peace of mind that cyber liability insurance would provide would be foolhardy. In fact, the very survival of a business that stores and leverages customer data in any way may very well depend on good cyber liability coverage.
Ransomware attacks are potentially very damaging But there are far more serious threats according to FBI’s Cybercrime Report. It’s your email that’s the issue.
A recent audit of websites by the well-known Online Trust Alliance has revealed something that many consumers have long suspected. Financial institutions are the least trusted when it comes to cybersecurity. Although the results are no doubt coloured by the inherent fear that many consumers have when it comes to the security of their money, it should still be a worry for banks which have long struggled with issues around online trust.
So how does the United States Air Force with over 5,000 aircraft in its inventory make sure that it’s online security is top notch? It’s simple – it invites people to hack its systems.