Federal Websites Shutdown Due to Expired Security certificates

The public in the United States will no longer be able to access several Federal websites due to their expired HTTPS certificates. The Government has shut down the websites with…

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Things to Consider In Order Avoid A Krishflyer Kind Catastrophe

In the wake of the Singapore Airlines’ Krisflyer cross-customer data leaks, the city-state of Singapore is strictly expecting companies that data handling of customer information will be secured by-default. There…

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Irish Tram Operator Website Hacked For Bitcoin Ransom

Dublin, IRISH tram operator Luas’ website is down after it was targeted by hackers demanding bitcoin this morning. The official Luas website has been hacked, with the tram operator being…

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Massive Data Breach Hit Caribou Coffee, All Customers Transacted From Aug 28 to Dec 3 Affected

Caribou Coffee, a U.S. based Coffeehouse chain with 603 branches has made a public disclosure that thousands of their customer records from at least 219 branches in Minnesota were affected…

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The Nasty Operation of KingMiner Monero Cryptomining Trojan

2018 is becoming the year of cryptomining malware, a subtle virus compared to the very loud ransomware which dominated the 2017 malware scene. Ransomware came into the mainstream last year,…

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IT Security Procedures You Should Not Forget After Electronic Gadget Shopping

The holiday season for many is also the shopping season. And the most common item to shop for personal or for a loved one is electronic devices. Be it a…

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Kubernetes’ Huge Privilege Escalation Bug Patched, Immediate Installation Is a Must

The Google-made Kubernetes container-orchestration system is heaven sent for container-based applications, used primarily in the enterprise. Released under the Apache license, this open source implementation rival proprietary brands for security…

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A Cyber Attack Costs Average $10.3 Million, Too Big for SMEs

$10.3 million is a lot of money for a medium-size enterprise, especially for an Asia-Pacific firm. Unfortunately, according to Frost & Sullivan survey, that same amount is only the average…

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Practical Policies That Help Increase Corporate Security

Companies today have largely accepted that technology is here to stay, and not embracing it is not in the table. The white flag has been raised, even for the strict…

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Steps to Prevent Negative Economic Impact of Human Error

Human error has a lot to do with increased cybersecurity risks for any organization today, large or small. Even with reliable and established IT policies in place, as long as…

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