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New Mac malware on the loose: What you need to know

In the past week, two relatively crude threats to Mac users have surfaced. The malware targets Apple’s operating system, now called MacOS.

The first piece of malware, … 460 more words


Wishful thinking is not a mobile security strategy

Fear is a gift.

Sure, it can generate anxiety and discomfort, but fear is a gift because it has the power to motivate changes in behavior that can improve our well-being. 323 more words


Ransomware attacks strike Elasticsearch servers hard

On the heels of a ransomware attack on the MongoDB, which hit thousands of MongoDB databases accessible on the Web, thousands of users of Elasticsearch now find themselves under attack. 421 more words


Security: The new key to retail consumer engagement

It’s time for retailers to stop treating cybersecurity as an afterthought.

Major cyber breaches are now not only common but also well publicized. Consumers are understandably wary. 352 more words

Digital Enterprise

Protect your business by orchestrating and automating security operations

Organizations today face an unprecedented number of security threats, and the risks will only increase as employees, customers and partners embrace new trends and innovations on their road to digital transformation. 741 more words


Manufacturers of home networking gear and IoT devices flagged for poor security

Last week the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) made it clear that it will be taking the security of home networking and IoT devices very seriously. 511 more words


Law firms targeted in hacks seeking insider info

Last week, three Chinese hackers were charged with stealing inside information in order to profit from trading equities.

According to an indictment unsealed Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, in the Southern District of New York, the three were charged with “devising and carrying out a scheme to enrich themselves by obtaining and trading on material, nonpublic information (“Inside Information”), exfiltrated from the networks and servers of multiple prominent U.S.-based international law firms with offices in New York.” 330 more words