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Advanced Persistent Threat - What is it & How To Remove APT

What Is Advanced Persistent Threat?

An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a drawn out, pointed assault with a particular focus with the expectation to bargain their framework and pick up data from or about that objective. 2,211 more words

Computer Threats

Do we all WannCry - or which threats should we expect?

There is so much talk about cyberwar and advanced persistent threats. One can get really scared.

However, if you look at the facts, you only have to follow the money. 184 more words

Security

WannaCry Malware Take Away

The world has experienced a Cyber Attack according to numerous open-source, classified as a ransomware campaign.It created ten of thousands of infections in Over 150 countries including the United States, United Kingdom,Spain, Russia, Taiwan,France and Japan. 760 more words

Malware

You may Wanna Cry on Monday morning if your Anti-Phishing Training was no success

14 May 2017

In the past days WannaCry was making the headlines. I found a really well written post on Binary Defense which explains the basics of the initial infection as well as the propagation method. 153 more words

Opinion

The Shadow Brokers are back with exploits for Windows and global banking systems

It’s been several months since their last major exploit, but the hacking group dubbed Shadow Brokers is back. The group, which last year dumped malware it had… 320 more words

TC

Dear CISO, please talk about business with your board, not technicality.

Antonio Ieranò

CSO, Cyber Security Architect, technical evangelist, consultant, writer, journalist and trainer

Dear CISO and Board

I think we should always consider our job as a part of the business. 1,470 more words

Editorials

About Advanced Persistent Threats, a new frontier of cybercrime

Summary: While America marvels at the festival of trivia and miscellany that was Campaign 2016, we had the breakout year for cybercrime. It gets headlines, mostly about delusional stories which the media credulously accept (e.g., the March 2014 OPM hack was “ 1,214 more words