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2020 will Bring Huge Changes in Cyber Security
2020 will Bring Huge Changes in Cyber Security
Global socioeconomies are witnessing a rise in internet users which has led to a greater number of cyber attacks and spread of disinformation even in cyber-advanced countries. The creation and collection of data will also be more in volume than ever before. Thus, making policies to protect this data is also very important.
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Useful Identity Management Software for 2020
Useful Identity Management Software for 2020
Identity theft is a significant concern for any individual or business in today's time, as technology is evolving day by day. Such crimes result in an adverse impact on the company's image and lead to damaging business or personal reputation.
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5B+ UK-Based Security Company Records Exposed Due to Leaks Database Exposure
5B+ UK-Based Security Company Records Exposed Due to Leaks Database Exposure
On March 16th, 2020, an unprotected and publicly available Elasticsearch instance which appeared to be managed by a UK-based security company was reported. The confirmation of the case was obtained from the SSL certificate and reverse DNS records. This data exposure came from a data breach record, which showed a massive collection of previously reported security incidents spanning the 2012-2019 era.
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Free Log Management Tools for Everyone in 2020
Free Log Management Tools for Everyone in 2020
The log management tools featured in this piece are either free or provide a free tier of services. The budget for IT-related work is not very huge, but do not let budget keep you away from accessing the right log management tools. The tools listed below are suitable to serve your needs by accomplishing a certain level of related tasks.
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Cyber Security Updates for April 2020
Cyber Security Updates for April 2020
The world went into lockdown in late-February due to coronavirus pandemic leading to the onset of surprising and uncertain times. Still, there some people who are taking advantage of chaos in a wrong way.
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Beware of Widespread Scams during Coronavirus Outbreak
Beware of Widespread Scams during Coronavirus Outbreak
The coronavirus pandemic has surprised the world, with many countries enforcing the lockdown and telling their citizens to self-isolate as much as they can. Many people are trying to make their way by working from home. They are striving to look after their families, manage financial situations, and even maintain their health despite the pandemic. Still, there is also a problem which everyone should put on their list. The goal is to stay safe online and beware of the scammers.
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New Statistics Show that Ransomware Attacks are more common than ever in SMBs
New Statistics Show that Ransomware Attacks are more common than ever in SMBs
Unfortunately, time and resources often stand in the way of ransomware prevention. Businesses owners are now at high risk of ransomware more than ever. Ransomeware attacks are widespread in the SMB community. 46% of these businesses are the victims of these Ransomeware attacks. Out of the affected SMBs, 73% are the businesses who have had to pay the Ransome out of their pockets.
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FBI Warns People not to Share Personal Information Online
FBI Warns People not to Share Personal Information Online
There is always someone who shares everything on social media, even their personal information. Some people are foolish enough to share sensitive personal information which can be used to answer account's security questions when setting up a new account on various social media platforms.
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IoT Security Risks - LED Light Control Consoles Hacked To Spew Malware
IoT Security Risks - LED Light Control Consoles Hacked To Spew Malware
Microsoft security researchers have warned users that even seemingly small Internet of Things (IoT) devices like LED light control consoles can be used to exploit our security systems by launching malware.
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COVID-19 Research is the New Target of Nation-State hackers
COVID-19 Research is the New Target of Nation-State hackers
As if the chaos of the global pandemic was not enough already! The cyber attackers funded by Nation-State are rapidly targeting the companies involved in COVID-19 research with malicious aims of data stealing and illegal manipulation of the information. The attackers have already breached multiple systems and are now investigating the researchers to release paramount details.
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