Login

Register

Login

Register

Day

March 1, 2020
To the layperson, hacking a moisture probe or weather station hardly seems like it would be worth the effort, however a new research project is examining how the Internet of Things is leaving farms and agribusiness vulnerable to a serious cyber security breach. The 12 month project, run by Newcastle based IT company Strategic Group...
Read More
CHICAGO (WLS) — As National Cyber Security Awareness Month is upon us, are you doing all you can to ensure you don’t become the next victim of a cybercrime? The National Cyber Security Alliance has a few tips to keep yourself protected. The easiest thing you can do is change your passwords regularly. Use the...
Read More
Image: Asha Barbaschow/ZDNet The Australian Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) has self-assessed that everything is mostly fine with its infrastructure, following a leaked report that everything was not. Last month, the ABC reported that an internal audit written by KPMG had given many elements of DPS the lowest cyber maturity rating possible. At Senate Estimates...
Read More
Two-factor authentication (2FA) can prevent network infiltration, but organizations may refrain from adopting it for reasons such as the integration work it would require, complications with requiring it on different operating systems, applications, network entry points, etc. But is there an alternative to 2FA that’s just as capable of securing a network? The short answer...
Read More
Cybersecurity continues to be a major challenge for state and local governments, and the issue will likely grow in importance in the coming year. First, they are popular targets. During the first half of 2019, nearly two-thirds of ransomware attacks targeted state and local governments. Second, they face a multitude of threats — data breaches,...
Read More
A second person died of the coronavirus in Washington, according to local health authorities. It is also the second death from the disease in the U.S. Three more people in the county have also been hospitalized as a result of the disease. There are now 10 confirmed cases of illnesses from the new coronavirus in...
Read More
Today’s MSSP, MDR and SOAR cybersecurity updates involve Anomali, Google Chronicle, PolySwarm, Swimlane & more. by Joe Panettieri • Feb 28, 2020 Each business day, MSSP Alert broadcasts a quick lineup of news, analysis and chatter from across that managed security services provider ecosystem. The Content: Written for MSSPs, SOC as a Service (SOCaaS), Managed Detection...
Read More
The MSP market has become the key point of attack for bad actors looking at ways to get inside businesses to access their data and inject ransomware. That’s the message from Eric Torres, director of channel development for Norwalk, Conn.-based provider of data protection and MSP platform technology developer, to an audience of solution providers...
Read More
Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via their YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27, Artificial Intelligence Village – Walter Scheirer’s ‘Backdooring Convolutional Neural Networks’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
Read More
Australia’s parliament is under daily attack from malicious actors seeking to infiltrate its computer systems. Senate President Scott Ryan told a parliamentary committee on Monday investments in beefing up cybersecurity had paid dividends in recent months. “The sophistication of these types of attacks and the attractiveness of the parliamentary environment … was highlighted when we...
Read More
A bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy in the workplace can greatly benefit employees and the company, but for IT admins it presents a challenge: mobile device management (MDM). It would be difficult to tackle even if this new influx were only about smartphones, but that challenge is magnified considering the rising number of Mac® and Linux® machines...
Read More
I will never forget my first experience with early season panfish on a lake that had super clear water. It changed the way I approached early season angling forever. The small, isolated bay we had selected to fish looked like an ideal spot for early season panfish. It was protected by cattails on three sides...
Read More
Evidence is emerging that a barely noticed change made to Chrome 80, released on 4 February, might have disrupted the hugely successful data and user profile stealing malware AZORult. AZORult first appeared in 2016, since then it has been used to thieve huge amounts of information from victims, including everything from cryptocurrency data, passwords, web...
Read More
TIKTOK is enticing young kids to buy virtual coins with real money to pay their favourite influencers. Experts told Sun Online that TikTok’s app design and peer pressure hooks users into paying for “coin bundles” that cost up to £99.99 a go. 8 TikTok’s virtual gifts are bought with “coins” and can be very expensive....
Read More
via the respected information security capabilities of Robert M. Lee & the superlative illustration talents of Jeff Haas at Little Bobby Comics. Permalink The post Robert M. Lee’s & Jeff Haas’ Little Bobby Comics – ‘WEEK 266’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
Read More
Photo by Andrew Bowen Above: An empty warehouse at the NAVWAR headquarters is seen here, Feb, 14, 2020. Listen to the Podcast Episode The Navy is in the process of putting together what could be one of San Diego’s most consequential redevelopment projects in decades, as it seeks a new facility for its cybersecurity operations...
Read More
Pagination is the common and useful way to order category pages that contain links to articles or product pages. Pagination is a good thing. But in some situations it can lead to an excessively deep category archive which can impact indexing and ranking. Pagination Pagination in this context relates to linking a topic category archive...
Read More
It was Sunday, February 23, 2020, and I was packing my bags for an early morning flight from Detroit to San Francisco for another week at an RSA Conference covering all things related to cybersecurity. The conference theme this year was “The Human Element,” which became an ironic choice of words. While reading-up on the...
Read More
Satellite images of Popocatepetl volcano (c)Google Earth View Popocatépetl volcano Popocatepetl is one of Mexico’s most active volcanoes. After almost 50 years of dormancy, “Popo” came back to life in 1994 and has since then been producing powerful explosions at irregular intervals.In the past centuries befor European invasions, large eruptions produced giant mud flows that...
Read More
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) this past month disclosed a disruptive cyberattack on a U.S. energy facility, raising new concerns about protections for energy providers. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a division of DHS, said a ransomware attack hit a “natural gas compression facility,” leading to a two-day shutdown for the entire...
Read More
1 2
Shqip Shqip አማርኛ አማርኛ العربية العربية English English Français Français Deutsch Deutsch Português Português Русский Русский Español Español

National Cyber Security Consulting App

 https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1521390354

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nationalcybersecuritycom.wpapp


NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY RADIO
HACKER FOR HIRE MURDERS
 

ALEXA “OPEN NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY RADIO”

National Cyber Security Radio (Podcast) is now available for Alexa.  If you don't have an Alexa device, you can download the Alexa App for free for Google and Apple devices.   

nationalcybersecurity.com

FREE
VIEW