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Sophos Patches Privilege Escalation Flaws in SafeGuard Products

Source: SecurityWeek | By Eduard Kovacs Researchers discovered several vulnerabilities in Sophos SafeGuard full-disk and file encryption products. The flaws allow an attacker to escalate...

Why IoT Security & Privacy is Crucial

The IoT is not a conventional IT system and this makes it harder to secure. Read on to know more why it's a challenge...

Trend Micro Embraces AI to Advance Cybersecurity

Source: SB | By Michael Vizard Trend Micro is making the case that cybersecurity has reached a level of complexity that requires iancreased reliance on...

The Complexity of Mylobot Malware

Recently, security researchers have discovered a lethal malware whose complexity baffle every security experts. Read on to know more about Mylobot malware... Recently, researchers from...

New Malware Family Uses Custom UDP Protocol for C&C Communications

Source: THN | By Wang Wei Security researchers have uncovered a new highly-targeted cyber espionage campaign, which is believed to be associated with a hacking...

Fortinet Signs Threat Information Sharing Agreement with INTERPOL

Formal Relationship Showcases Public and Private Collaboration in Combating Cybercrime & Privacy Protection, Globally Fortinet, a security firm in broad, automated and integrated cybersecurity solutions,...

RSA Conference 2018 APJ to Address Pressing Issues at Sixth Regional...

RSA Conference 2018 APJ to Address Pressing Issues at Sixth Regional Event Now Matters: RSA Conference 2018 APJ to Address Pressing Issues Impacting the Region’s...

Why Telegram Protocol is Dangerous

Recently, security researchers have found the HeroRat malware which affects Telegram and other messaging apps. Read on to know more about the Herorat malware... Android...

60,000 Android devices hit with ad-clicking bot malware

Source: SC Magazine | By Doug Olenick, Online Editor A new malicious Android app has infected at least 60,000 devices gaining the ability to extract...

Unrestricted access to systems and files exposes organizations to cybercrime

UK organisations are leaving themselves vulnerable to cybercrime with over a third of 18-24-year-olds able to access any files on their company network, and...
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