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WannaCry Ransomware

by Admin | 14th May 2017

WannaCrypt, or also known as WannaCry, is a new ransomware that wreaked havoc across the world, which spreads like a worm by leveraging a Windows SMB vulnerability (MS17-010) that has been previously fixed by Microsoft in March. This ransomware hit computer systems of hundreds of private companies and public organizations across the world which is […] Read More

2017 breach predictions: The big one is inevitable

by Admin | 4th January 2017

In 2017, we’ll see more intricate, complex and undetected data integrity attacks and for two main reasons: financial gain and/or political manipulation. We’ve reached that time of year where everyone in the security industry is pulling together predictions for what we expect to see over the next year, and/or slowly backing away from any imperfect […] Read More

DROWN attack risks millions of popular websites

by Admin | 5th March 2016

An international team of researchers warned that more than 11 million websites and e-mail services protected by the transport layer security protocol are vulnerable to a new, low-cost attack that decrypts sensitive communications in few hours. The cybersecurity experts from universities in Israel, Germany and the US as well as a member of Google’s security […] Read More

Steps to ensure child security online

by mda-web01 | 22nd October 2012

Today, the Internet surrounds every aspect of our lives. From how we manage our banking accounts to how we connect with friends and family, the Internet is at the center of our activities. Read More

2012 Bit9 Cyber Security Research Report Infographic

by mda-web01 | 16th October 2012

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The dangers of delaying heightened cybersecurity

by mda-web01 | 10th October 2012

Congress has recessed until after the November elections without passing cybersecurity legislation, which a bipartisan chorus of prominent defense and intelligence officials says is urgently needed to protect our country’s economic and national security. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper delivered an unvarnished assessment of the threat from cyberattacks when he told Congress in February: “We […] Read More

White House to meet with House staffers over cybersecurity order

by mda-web01 | 10th October 2012

Obama administration officials plan to discuss a possible executive order aimed at improve cybersecurity with House aides. Caitlin Hayden, a White House spokeswoman, acknowledged on Tuesday that an interagency team, led by White House national security staff, met with Senate aides on Friday. She said the administration is planning to hold a similar session with House staffers […] Read More

Top cybersecurity expert speaks in Bend

by mda-web01 | 9th October 2012

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., hosted a cybersecurity workshop Monday at OSU-Cascades, and participants heard from an expert on recent trends in computer threats against small businesses and how to protect themselves. “Threats from cyberattacks can affect everyone,” Walden said. Walden knows the threat, from individuals paying their bills online to small businesses and their accounts […] Read More

Cyber security: protecting yourself

by mda-web01 | 9th October 2012

So much of our data is now online and available freely on the web. Data which ranges from professional to personal. Bank account details, where we work, our company profiles, our emails, personal messages, photos and even videos of us and our family are now all online. Whether this is on facebook, personal webpages, with […] Read More

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