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Cybersecurity: Help AG introduces ‘Capture the Flag’ ethical hacking challenge as local talent recruitment platform

Cybersecurity: Help AG introduces ‘Capture the Flag’ ethical hacking challenge as local talent recruitment platform

Cybersecurity: Help AG introduces ‘Capture the Flag’ ethical hacking challenge as local talent recruitment platform Responding to the need to identify and hire skilled cybersecurity experts in the Middle East, Help AG has launched a new ‘Capture the Flag’-style recruitment initiative designed to challenge applicants’ ability to identify and solve realistic security vulnerabilities, the company has…

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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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Cybercrime one of the biggest Middle East security threats

While various pockets of the Middle East are constantly making headlines for terror threats, civil unrest and the persistent march of the Islamic State, there is a security threat that’s far more widespread, touching the majority of the region. Experts are warning that the Middle East has become a hotbed for cybercrime. According to Cisco’s…

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Resolution1 ThreatScanner™ detects Regin and Sony hacks

Resolution1 Security, the leader in incident resolution solutions, has announced the availability of ThreatScanner™, a new freeware tool that searches for malware artifacts on a suspect endpoint. Using ThreatScanner, security personnel will be able to quickly and proactively hunt for threats to minimize the impact of an attack by instantly identifying compromised systems. Once installed,…

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