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Limor Kessem
Executive Insight

Big Malware Moments of 2016 Part 1

Financial malware is a threat that seems to make headlines almost every month. Studies indicate that cybercrime is the only economic crime to have seen an increase this year, rising sharply, and landing the second rank on the list of the most reported economic crimes globally.
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Meeting the challenges of securing your business

Events in the news during the past few years have taught us all many lessons. However, the primary lesson that all businessmen should have learned, is the need to keep their businesses secure in an ever changing and increasingly malevolent world. From fears about Y2K to the tragic events of September 11, the need for heighten security is readily apparent. Heightened alert is a worldwide status.
Limor Kessem
Executive Insight

IoT? I don’t care

Is lax consumer attitude piling up IoT risk? Internet of Things, or IoT, is the third, natural wave of progression in the development of the Internet. People all around the globe are already using the IoT, enjoying it, and expecting to see more convenience and utility from it. IoT is definitely popular, judging by statistics…
Limor Kessem
Executive Insight

Big Malware Moments of 2016 Part 2

To check out the first half of Limor Kessem's 2016 malware retrospective click here: Big Malware Moments of 2016 Part 1
Limor Kessem
Executive Insight

IoT App Status: Insecure

In my last post about IoT security, we discussed how lax consumer attitudes about securing devices and wearables could be a contributing factor to their insecurity. In this post, we will examine another angle: securing IoT devices on the application level. This time we’ll go straight to the source and look at what enterprise users…
Editorial Honeypot

IBM Watson cybersecurity beta test launched

When it comes to keeping up with the amount of malware spewing forth on a daily basis from cybercriminals human alone are not able to track, stop or defeat these attacks.
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