Cybersecurity

Fixing the Gap in the Cryptocurrency Security

23,952,849 Blockchain wallets, that is the total estimated number of entities that engage with cryptocurrency as of the first quarter of 2018 based on the study conducted by Statistica. The growth of the use of blockchain technology was very quick, as this new trend for speculative investment has expanded from a mere 3 million wallets

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How Is The GDPR Redefining The SME Business World?

Europe has blazed the trail for improved protection of global consumer data, regardless of the owner’s nationality—an effort now known as the GDPR. While it’s true the internet has no real national boundaries and is agnostic of regional policies, companies affected by the new mandate are realizing they must map out some solutions for the

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Thanks To Firefox For The Improved Browsing Experience

Firefox is now different and better. Last year, Mozilla released Quantum which is a new version. Mozilla stated that the innovated Firefox uses less memory than the competitor. It means you can open lots of tabs and browsing will still run smoothly. It brilliantly designed and quick. What Does Firefox Have to Offer? Firefox distinctively

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Commercial Airliners Might Be the Next Target of Hackers

According to documents obtained by Motherboard, cybersecurity experts from the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are fearing that hackers will soon find their way to successfully inflict attacks on commercial airliners. DHS claims that most commercial airliners that are being used today lack enough aviation cybersecurity. A successful commercial airliner hacking will not just

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Take A Look At Why Your Cybersecurity Is So Critical

The Canadian federal government recently rolled out a new cybersecurity plan that upgrades the first iteration that was released way back in 2010. Canada’s newly released cybersecurity plan aims to deliver better protection to the country, particularly its citizens and local businesses, against rapidly growing online security threats. But cybercriminals don’t just initiate attacks on

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Understanding The European Union’s GDPR Policy

The European Union (EU) started enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) last May 25, driven by the goal of fostering a global culture of promoting privacy as a right and not just as a privilege. Global companies are now choosing to adopt a unified GDPR-compliant Terms of Service, instead of implementing a separate GDPR-friendly

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This Is How The EU Exposed Serious Vulnerabilities In Portugal’s Security

European Union (EU) inspectors have identified some serious weaknesses in the security of personal data contained in Portugal’s Schengen Information System (SIS), placing the bureau in a most unfavorable position. The EU inspection team discovered vulnerabilities regarding how SIS secures its personal data database during their routine inspection. SIS is Portugal’s national police database for

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Bank Trojans On The Rise According To Cybersecurity Report

Cybercriminals are now targeting higher value victims than ransomware can ever net them. According to enterprise security provider named Proofpoint in their recently released 2018 Q1 Quarterly Threat Report, banking Trojans have infected more computers than ransomware for the same period last year. Banking Trojans are credential stealing malware that targets online banking depositors using

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Sheffield Credit Union Cyber Attack Affects Thousands of Members

A massive cyber attack at the Sheffield Credit Union has impacted thousands of its members; it’s reported that the attack has led to thousands of members getting their personal data compromised. The Sheffield Credit Union, which offers loans and savings schemes, was reportedly targeted and attacked by hackers in February; the incident came to light

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