In this week's In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Safe Harbour 'invalid', VMware zero-day vulnerability, Outlook webmail backdoor, Snowden smartphone allegations and DDoS attacks on the rise.
In the war against cyber-crime, the security professionals are in danger of falling behind in the innovation race, James Lyne told an audience at IP Expo Europe.
The CTU, the Dell SecureWorks research team, uncovered fake LinkedIn profiles and an extensive, convincing network created by the Iran-based Threat Group 2889.
Yet another adware campaign stemming from China has been identified, and in this fresh go, victims' Android device can be completely taken over.
Intelligent and analytical identification of anomalies in DNS activity is key to stopping threats before they become a real problem says Dr Malcolm Murphy, systems engineering manager, Infoblox
Staff need ongoing training in defending against the latest threats - which currently includes LinkedIn says Andrew Tang, service director, security at MTI Technology
Security is a reasonable concern when considering moving your IT services to the cloud, but four key questions can help you assess the risk, says Chris Pace.
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- Updated: Safe Harbour ruled invalid by European Court of Justice
- Zero day vulnerability found in VMware product
- Backdoor in MS Outlook webmail raises security doubts
- Snowden smartphone allegations - security world unimpressed
- IP Expo Europe: The Internet of Identities can help manage myriad IoT devices
- ICYMI: Safe Harbour, VMware vulnerability, Outlook backdoor, Snowden and DDoS attacks
- IP Expo Europe: They know how we operate - what cyber-crime looks like these days
- IP Expo Europe: The threat to the UK banking system
- Fake LinkedIn profiles, 'convincing' network linked to Iran-based group
- CloudPiercer tool discloses DDoS defence providers