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What are different types of APIs?

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have become a key component of software interaction and integration over the internet in the last decade. APIs serve as the bridge that allows applications to communicate effectively with each other using a set of predefined rules. APIs work when an application needs to connect with another. This connection starts in the form of one application initializing an interaction; this interaction comes in the form of an API request. The receiving...

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Axiad Delivers Phish-Resistant, Multi Factor Authentication

Axiad, a leading provider of organization-wide passwordless orchestration, today released Certificate-Based Authentication (CBA) for IAM, its newest offering in the Axiad Cloud authentication product line.  CBA is an improved and phishing-resistant form of MFA integral to the White House's recent Zero Trust mandate. Axiad's CBA for IAM allows security teams to easily extend the capabilities of existing IAM systems and bolster their overall cybersecurity posture. IAM ecosystems can be complex.  In fact, a recent Axiad...

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Huge Turnout Sets Exciting Precedent for International Cyber Expo 2023

With over 4,500 visitors from countries including the UK, Ireland, Tanzania, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, United States, and others, plus 130+ exhibitors, Nineteen Group’s inaugural standalone cybersecurity event, International Cyber Expo 2022 held at London Olympia on the 27th and 28th of September, proved to be a huge success. The event saw a packed agenda of 50+ talks, demos, presentations and CISO roundtable discussions led by world-renowned cybersecurity experts including Chair of International Cyber Expo’s...

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Evolve as fast as the cybercriminals: Protect your business now, before it’s too late

According to the 2022 Cyber Threat Report, 2021 saw a global average increase of 105% in the number of ransomware attacks. The 2022 State of the Phish report said that a staggering 82% of UK businesses that experienced a ransomware attack sent payment to the cyber criminals – believing this was the cheapest and easiest way to regain access to their data. However, in many cases criminals simply took the payment without restoring access and...

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Microsoft Rebrand to Scrap ‘Office’ to Microsoft 365

Yesterday, after 32 years, Microsoft has begun to kill off the Microsoft Office brand, with plans to rebrand its Office.com and Office cloud-based apps to Microsoft 365 in the near future. It all began in 1990 when Microsoft was first released, bundling its popular Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications under a one-time purchase productivity suite. Later versions introduced additional programs, such as Outlook, Access, and OneNote. Back in 2017, Microsoft started offering Office applications under...

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German Cybersecurity Chief Accused of Russian Contact Faces Sacking

Last week, German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser could dismiss Arne Schoenbohm, president of the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) due to possible contact with Russian security agents, German media reported on Sunday, October 9, 2022, citing government sources. Schoenbohm, a founder of the Cyber Security Council of Germany, an industrial consortium, is alleged to have had contacts with people from one of the association’s members, a German subsidiary of a Russian cybersecurity firm founded...

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Twitter app on phone

Yesterday Twitter announced that they had remediated an issue that allowed accounts to stay logged in across multiple devices even after a voluntary password reset. In an update earlier this week, the social media company explained that the bug meant users who proactively changed their passwords on one device may have still been able to access open sessions on other screens. It is important to note that users who choose password resets voluntarily may be...

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An aeroplane flying through the sky

Earlier today, American Airlines became the latest big-name brand to announce a data breach, after an unauthorized actor compromised employee inboxes. A statement released from the aerospace giant confirmed that the source of the incident was a phishing attack which “led to the unauthorized access to a limited number of team-member mailboxes.” The airline explained that “a very small number of customers’ and employees’ personal information” was contained in the accessed emails, suggesting that its attackers...

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Dark room with desk in corner with person sat at it, lit by blue screen light.

Password management giant LastPass has revealed details of a security incident earlier this month in which proprietary information was stolen by threat actors. The company said that the intrusions took place two weeks ago. The firm said that the intrusion took place two weeks ago. “We have determined that an unauthorized party gained access to portions of the LastPass development environment through a single compromised developer account and took portions of source code and some...

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Transatlantic Cyber Security Business Network (TCBN) partners with International Cyber Expo 2022

Earlier this week it was announced that the Transatlantic Cyber Security Business Network (TCBN) have partnered with the International Cyber Expo 2022. The event, which runs from 27th-28th September at Olympia London, Kensington, will host 5000 delegates and over 100 leading cyber vendors. As part of the event, TCBN will host its own exhibit that will provide a central hub for the team and members to participate, network and collaborate throughout the event. TCBN, established...

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