DesignITSolutions - Passwords In 2020 Are Easy To Guess And Not Secure
It's time once again for a survey of the worst passwords of 2020, brought to you by Norpass and associates. The company has been analyzing password.
CISOMAG - Delaware County to Pay $500,000 Ransom After Experiencing Cyber Disruptions
Delaware County discovered an intrusion in some parts of its computer networks, and has hence agreed to pay $500,000 to the ransomware operators to recover stolen data.
TheTechOutlook - Cyberthreat to Android Users increasing at a vast rate
Clients of Android gadgets have been progressively presented to a wide assortment of dangers, including counterfeit applications, malware, adware, and that’s just the beginning. What’s going on? In the previous few weeks, a few phony applications claiming to be identified with Minecraft and other instructive games were noticed focusing on Android clients over the globe
CpoMagazine - Engaging Remote Workers to Defend Information and Systems With Gamification
Phishing, BEC and social engineering scams work particularly well on employees who are working from home and has become a “perfect storm” for attackers who want to target businesses through their remote workers.
DigitFyi - The Pros and Cons of End-to-End Encryption
End-to-end encryption is one of the strongest available ways of protecting data in transit – so why is it coming under fire?
HackerNoon - 5 Effective Ways to Handle IoT Security Challenges
Over the years, the number of devices connected to the Internet has increased exponentially. From a little over 15 billion devices in 2015, over 26.6 billion devices were connected in 2019.
Cybernews - The guardians of supercomputers, the targets of interest
An attack on a high-performance computer (HPC) could stall a life saving pharmaceutical research of, for example, COVID-19 and have implications on national security. What does it mean to stand guard over supercomputers?
Jisc - Firmly putting cyber security ‘on the radar’ - Cyber Essentials for education and research
Cyber Essentials has been on the lips of anyone concerned with cyber security since the government introduced the scheme in 2014.
UKAuthority - Covid-19 attacks on education accelerate cyber security work
Further and higher education providers are increasing IT security as a result of Covid-19, according to Jisc, which provides technology services to the sector.