The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at; Investigatory Powers Bill; TalkTalk woes continue; EBay exploit unfixed; EU-US Privacy Shield agreed; Malwarebytes apologises for flaw.
A mysterious Good Samaritan has replaced the code on certain parts of the villanous Dridex botnet with Avira Anti-virus installers.
Malware keeps re-infecting sites and installing multiple backdoors in WordPress websites, according to a researcher from Sucuri Security.
A new report from threat-intelligence experts Crowdstrike has highlighted the continuous shift from individual cyber-criminals and cyber-gangs to skilled adversaries such as governments and large organisations.
Users of the DayZ zombie shoot 'em up have been informed by the developer that their passwords and messages have been stolen by hackers.
The threats faced and intelligence needed in enterprise security is always changing and the organisations that stay on top of these trends will be best placed to handle whatever comes their way says Mark Hughes.
The humble password is often seen as obsolete and ineffective. David Howell suggests that Secure Shell (SSH) key technology has several key advantages and can help to deliver the post-password world.
Many enterprise CIOs are learning how Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) can bring about business transformation as well as IT efficiencies says Craig D'Abreo.
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SC Magazine UK Articles
- Robin Who? Dridex botnet replaced with antivirus software
- Google begins protecting against ads of dubious origin
- Clean house to keep WordPress infection from coming back again and again
- Thunderstrike 2 creators join their one-time target Apple
- Report notes shift from individual cyber-crims to skilled adversaries