Asigra Presents Five Preventative and Responsive Best Practices to Mitigate Ransomware Damages

Asigra Presents Five Preventative and Responsive Best Practices to Mitigate Ransomware Damages

Asigra Inc., a leader in backup and recovery software that delivers comprehensive repository cyber protection, today highlighted a number of best practices proposed by providers of both preventative and responsive solutions for combating the financial ramifications of ransomware. “Ransomware attacks are becoming more targeted, sophisticated, and costly, even as the overall frequency of attacks remains […]

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What is a Web Application Firewall (WAF)? Different Types of WAF

What is a Web Application Firewall (WAF)? Different Types of WAF

A web application firewall is a firewall that monitors, filters and blocks statistics packets as they journey to and from an internet site or net software. AWAF can be either network-based, host-based totally or cloud-based totally and is frequently deployed thru a reverse proxy and located in front of 1 or greater websites or applications. […]

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Japan Suspects HGV Attack Missile Data Leak in Part of Cyberattack That Hit Mitsubishi Electric Corp

Japan Suspects HGV Attack Missile Data Leak in Part of Cyberattack That Hit Mitsubishi Electric Corp

Recently, the Mitsubishi Electric Corp has revealed a major security breach; and in a brief statement released on its website stated that “sensitive information on the development of attack missiles could have been stolen part of a cyberattack on the servers of the Japanese electronic manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric last year.” The attack appeared to have […]

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COVID-19 Research Organizations Attacked by Chinese Hackers Group

COVID-19 Research

FBI warned that Chinese hackers are attacking organizations who plays a vital role in research on COVID-19. FBI and CISA have warned the organizations and multiple sectors includes state/local/tribal/territorial/private sectors and pharmaceutical and Health care departments. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, cyber-attacks are kept increasing and the attackers targeting various sectors via malspam, phishing related attacks. […]

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Law Enforcement Authorities Dismantled The Hacker Groups Database That Contains Millions of Users Credentials

Law Enforcement Authorities Dismantled The Hacker Groups Database That Contains Millions of Users Credentials

European Union Agency with other law enforcement agencies takes down the infamous hacking group known as InfinityBlack database that has managed to sell the complete databases with millions of users’ private credentials on the internet. This hacking group is well known for distributing stolen credentials, as well as creating and distributing malware or several types […]

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I’ve sent my worst enemies to Earworm Island

Imagine marooning your worst enemy on a desert island, along with the four most terrible records ever made.

That’s the premise of a brand new podcast, hosted by technology journalist Geoff White.

And I’m his first guest! Not on the island, you understand. But I get to choose who I send to the island, and what tunes I torture them with.

Yeah, this isn’t security-related – but I figure we all could do with a break right now.

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