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Cyber Security Agency Eskenzi PR wins a Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2018

Her Majesty The Queen, advised by the Prime Minister, has honoured Eskenzi PR and Marketing with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2018, recognising its outstanding achievement in International Trade. Eskenzi has been in business for over twenty years, working with cyber security companies all over the world, to raise awareness of security issues organisations face and the cutting edge technology ... Read More »

AWS server found unprotected exposing data on 48 million people

LocalBlox, a company that scrapes data from public web profiles, has left the details of over 48 million users on a publicly accessible Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Bleeping Computer Read More »

Watch out users of Ad Blockers, there could be malware!

As if trying to navigate your online privacy wasn’t complicated enough, it turns out the adblocker you installed on your browser may actually be malware. Andrey Meshkov, the cofounder of ad-blocker AdGuard, recently got curious about the number of knock-off ad blocking extensions available for Google’s popular browser Chrome. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Motherboard Read More »

TalkTalk customers concerned over privacy

A number of TalkTalk’s broadband ISP customers in the UK have raised concerns after the provider sent them an alarmist warning email, which without providing any useful details claimed that they “may have downloaded a virus on one or more of your devices” (phishing emails adopt a similar approach). View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IS Preview Read More »

Russia to increase cyber activity against UK

A network of Russian trolls is behind a new disinformation campaign about who was responsible for chemical weapons attacks in Syria and Salisbury, a government source has said. Social media bots are said to be responsible for a 4,000 percent increase in the spread of ‘lies and disinformation’ according to Whitehall research made public for the first time. View Full ... Read More »

With less than 50 days to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline, are you ready for the change?

Mike McEwan, UK CEO,

It is virtually impossible to open a magazine or newspaper recently without reading something about GDPR but with little over a month until the introduction of the regulation on 25th May 2018, it seems few British people and businesses are prepared for its implications. Despite the new regulations being announced two years ago, there still appears to be a great ... Read More »

Six Steps to Secure Cryptographic Keys

Corey O'Connor, Product Manager,

Cryptocurrency seems to bring out the best effort from cyber criminals. From nation states to traditional attackers, the rise in crypto-related attacks is staggering. The motivation is obvious: it’s financially driven. Despite the recent drop, cryptocurrency values have skyrocketed over the past couple of years incentivising attackers to create malicious code and sophisticated hacking tools to harvest cryptocurrency coins. One ... Read More »

TaskRabbit has been brought back to life – Security industry opinion

At the beginning of this week (Monday 16th), TaskRabbit, the IKEA-owned mobile marketplace that matches freelance labour with local demand, had its website and app hacked resulting in both shutting down and going offline. The company had offered a statement to its customers saying, “ we understand how important your personal information is and are working with an outside cybersecurity ... Read More »

The Flu and DDoS, From an Epidemic to a Solution

Michael Schachter, Senior Product Manager,
Allot Communications

While the mobile industry was busy celebrating telecom innovation at MWC18, another kind of innovation was making headlines: a record 1.35 Tbps DDoS attack. It caused some disruption and highlighted the potential for much worse. In this instance, the attack was detected and mitigated relatively quickly—but it required manual intervention and rerouting of traffic. Fortunately, service was only disrupted for ... Read More »

7 Sins of Security Metrics

Leila Powell, Security Data Scientist,

If you are at the water cooler muttering “But that’s EXACTLY the graph they asked for.” Enter SIN#1… “Get me a plot of x versus y, colour-coded by z!” They sounded so sure when they asked you, so you created what they wanted, showed it to them, and they hated it. Ok, a bit melodramatic. But in my experience, building ... Read More »