cyber security

How Cryptocurrencies Increase Transaction Security?

From time-to-time we feature cryptocurrency stories here in Thethreatreport. Hence, it is really necessary for us to explain what it is, in an easier to understand language for the newbies. This article is highly recommended to read before getting deeper with the cryptocurrency cybersecurity news that we feature in this website: The legal currency used

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Are Companies Still Doubting Cloud-Computing?

The 2019 Access Management Index report revealed by Thales has provided a quick glimpse of how corporations’ top IT decision makers are coping with cloud-computing push by the industry. 49% of the 1050 IT corporate leaders suggest that they will not embrace cloud computing at this time, due to the issue of becoming a target

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These Are The Emerging Cybersecurity Threats Of 2019

The Cyber Security arms race between hackers and security professionals took another turn in 2018 as the escalation of technology between the two sides continues. According to the Cisco’s 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report, hackers layered their attacks with new techniques and innovations that challenged the cybersecurity defenses of organizations across the world. According to the

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Top-Level Committee Formed To Combat Cybercrime In Singapore

In our continued coverage of Singapore’s Cybersecurity status, a national committee composed of top-ranking ministers partnered with captains of Singapore’s IT industry are set to review the city-state’s current data security policies. The city-state made its decision to form a super committee which will be headed by the Deputy Prime Minister, Teo Chee Hean, he

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The Corporate Risks Of Allowing Undocumented Devices

Accessibility and commoditization of computing devices brought both advantages and disadvantages for the public. The smart devices became much more affordable, while manufacturers are motivated to release new devices faster than the market can actually afford. Enterprises are very much affected by these dynamics, given that they have allowed BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices) within

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Dunkin’ Donuts Suffer Second Credential Stuffing Assault in Three Months

ZedNet reports how Dunkin’ Donuts introduced right now that it was the sufferer of a credential stuffing assault throughout which hackers gained entry to buyer accounts. This marks the second time in three months that the espresso store chain notifies customers of account breaches following credential stuffing assaults. Credentials stuffing is a cyber-security time period

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Man-In-The-Middle 3rd Party App, To Be Filtered By Firefox 66

Having installed antivirus software both became a blessing and a curse for any computer user. It used to be all beneficial as antimalware software manages to detect suspicious behaviors in Windows before the damage is done. However, this capability of antimalware software has its corresponding limitations like damaging the actual Windows files that prevent the

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18-25 Age Group Poses Great Threat to Business Cybersecurity

Which age-group poses the greatest threat to business cybersecurity? Well, a recent study points out that it’s the millennials- those in the 18-25 age group who tend to break basic security rules. A new research report from identity governance platform SailPoint states that nearly 90 percent of youngsters in the 18-25 age group break basic

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Security Trends To Watch Out for in 2019

The IT industry had its share of joy and innovations in the year 2018. We saw new technologies coming up, industries trying to explore AI and blockchain, and neutral networks dominated the scene. These technologies tried to make way into other sectors or industries and business, allowing the user to have a hands-on disruption and

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