Articles on cyber-security and latest trends
How Effective Is Security Training in Preventing Cyber Attacks?
Do your security controls work?
How to Protect Your Business Against Ransomware
How to Protect Your Business Against Ransomware – As ransomware evolves, it targets small, medium, and large businesses. They are a major issue for both businesses and individuals. Every day, we see examples of these attacks in the news and on the front pages.
InAppBrowser – A New Online Tool to Check Mobile App’s Browser is a Privacy Risk
InAppBrowser was created by Felix Krause as a way to show the user which browsers are writing code to their applications. The app only checks pages that can be accessed from social media apps. No other sites are monitored, and users must use a different browser for protection.
WhatsApp Privacy Update – Now You can Hide When You’re Online
WhatsApp is owned by Meta, the parent company of Facebook. Users can now check their messages in a way that others do not know. Other privacy features include missing messages end-to-end encrypted to prevent unwanted conversations backups, and 2-Step Verification.
Twilio Suffers Phishing-Based Data Breach
Hackers have gained access to customer data after tricking employees into handing over their login details. Attack used SMS phishing messages purporting to come from Twilio’s IT department. It is not yet known how many customers were affected or what data was stolen.
Privacy is Important For Your Business
Privacy denotes being free from the intrusion of others.
Privacy is defined as a state or circumstance in which one is not disturbed by others.
Privacy establishes a barrier around those vital items and possessions that you do not wish to share with others at any cost.
Blind faith in authority is the biggest adversary of truth, said one of history’s greatest thinkers, Albert Einstein. Many employees inquire “How high?” when the large boss orders them to jump. and this blind belief-related conduct is precisely why a recent email scam known as CEO fraud is so successful at duping its victims.
What You Should Know About Google Cloud Security Summit 2022
The ‘Google Cloud Security Summit’ brought together top Google and partner security experts to discuss the most recent advances.
The US DoD Tricked to Pay $23.5 Million After Phishing Scam
A spear-phishing attack caused the US Department of Defense to pay $23.5 million to cyber criminals after the attackers stole the login credentials of a vendor.