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Editorial Honeypot

The top 5 dumbest cyberthreats that work anyway and their solutions

There is a common thread when it comes to why the bulk of cyberattacks launched against businesses and the population at large manage to be successful even though they are not new, or even particularly inventive. The glue that holds these together is a combination of sticking with what works, regardless of how dumb or…
Editorial Honeypot

10 reasons why cybercriminals target smartphones

The researchers at ESET put together a 10-point list that does not paint the smartphone industry, nor their users, in a very favorable light when it comes to cybersecurity. While one possibly should not blame cybercriminals for taking advantage of lax security measures, after all that’s what cybercriminals do for a living, the list indicates…
Peter Stephenson, technology editor, SC Media
The Threat Hunter Blog

Dridex Re-Mastered

Well, it's been quite an eventful time since last I posted. I have so much in the works that it is hard to tell where to begin. It seems that we are seeing new flavors of ransomware every week and botnets seem to come and go with a frequency we've not seen in a while. This week, though, I promised Dridex, so Dridex it is.
Daniel Shugrue, director of product marketing, Akamai
Network Defense Resource Center

Cloud security: An oxymoron?

The question of whether to move data, infrastructure, and web sites to the cloud is often marked by indecision.  The acknowledged benefits – cost and time savings – are carefully weighed against perceived risks – loss of control or security.    Those who choose to move data or applications to the cloud are sometimes seen…
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