Posts Tagged ‘Blog’
Addressing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap
The cybersecurity skills gap remains a constant issue year after year. Check out how our CEO Kris Rides and Sandy Silk Director of IT Security Education & Consulting at Harvard University tackle the challenge in an ISACA exclusive. Click here to learn more.Read More
The Significance of October
Coming up half-way through the month of October, there is a sense of growing anticipation with the holiday season almost upon us. While it is easy to neglect October as simply the bridge month for our turkey dinners or creamy eggnogs, it has more significance than most would think. And no, I am not…Read More
Cybersecurity in the New Administration
2016 has been a year, to say the least. With the loss of legends like David Bowie, Prince, Alan Rickman and Mohammad Alli, and of course a tumultuous presidential election leaving much of the nation divided, we’re just about ready to put this year to bed. However, we still have the better half of December…Read More
Facebook Fraud – False Likes, False Followers
Increasing issues surrounding false likes and followers made by accounts set up just for this purpose.Read More
Spear Phishing an old tactic using new distribution?
Phishing using data URI’s embedded in websites distributed using URL shortening services.Read More
Future Wars Fought in Cyber Space?
USA General admits to cyber attacks in the middle east, we look at the history of cyber warfare.Read More
Hackers Release Peoples Credit Histories
A statement released by Team GhostShell a group affiliated to Hacktivists Anonymous , claimed they have hacked into over 100 websites over the weekend. They gained access to passwords, documents and some data that even included credit histories. The hackers claim over 1 Million records have been leaked on the web. Analysis of the attack…Read More