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Cryptojacking shows no signs of slowing down in 2019, says ESET

ESET

Cases of cryptocurrency mining and cryptojacking will continue to grow in 2019, as attackers target smart devices and home assistants to build cryptomining farms, according to ESET’s latest trends report. Along with cryptomining, Cybersecurity Trends 2019: “Privacy and intrusion in the global village” details the predictions of top experts from the global cybersecurity firm, revealing…

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United Nations will enact a Cyber Security Treaty says WatchGuard

WatchGuard

Escalations in state-sponsored cyber attacks will force the United Nations (UN) to tackle the issue with a multinational Cyber Security Treaty during 2019, predicts researchers at WatchGuard Technologies’ Threat Lab. “The growing number of commercial, government and civilian victims will cause the UN to more aggressively pursue a cyber security treaty that establishes rules of…

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What lurks in the shadows: advanced cyber attacks that hide in SSL traffic

What lurks in the shadows: advanced cyber attacks that hide in SSL traffic

What lurks in the shadows: advanced cyber attacks that hide in SSL traffic. Glen Ogden, Regional Sales Director, Middle East at A10 Networks From Target to Sony, and Anthem to Ashley Madison, no company is immune to the risk of cyber-attacks and the resulting loss of customer information. Network security solutions can reduce the risk…

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Middle East cyber security market to value $10 billion by 2020

Middle East cyber security market to value $10 billion by 2020

Middle East cyber security market to value $10 billion by 2020 as regional companies boost defences against cyber-attacks Fast-growing regional market underlined by major players lining up latest Information Security products at Intersec 2016 Growing concerns over cyber-crimes in the Middle East and the need to keep sensitive information secure from sophisticated hackers and commercial…

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Hotel WiFi leaves high profile guests vulnerable

In November, Hotelier Middle East reported on a Kapersky Lab report that shed light on what it called ‘Darkhotels’. This report suggests that, over a period of several years, sophisticated hackers have been accessing a range of high profile guests – such as government officials and corporate executives – via the WiFi systems in hotels.…

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A Holiday Hunting We Will Go

Written by Sean Mason, Vice President of Global Customer Success, Resolution1 Security Cyber criminals fully realise that companies tend to be minimally staffed during the holidays. Rather than let the calendar year end on a sour note, I suggest your organisation be proactive this year and spend time hunting for adversaries rather than sitting back…

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Middle East Energy Industry Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

Lucas Zaichkowsky

Written by Lucas Zaichkowsky, Enterprise Defense Architect at AccessData The energy industry is among the largest and most important industries in many industrialized nations. Of the ten largest companies in the world, seven are energy producers and/or related providers. The Middle East power sector is booming and is expected to grow at a rate of…

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AccessData and HP Extend Response in Wake of Attacks

craig carpenter

AccessData, the leader in incident resolution solutions, has announced an extended collaboration with HP to address the major challenges global organisations face following a major cyber-attack. New offerings through HP’s Digital Investigations Services integrate AccessData’s ResolutionOne™ Platform to provide advanced threat intelligence and rapid incident response across company networks, endpoints, mobile devices and applications. HP’s…

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