News – July 2019


  • How the Stars are Aligning Around Zero Trust

    July 2, 2019

    The proper implementation of Zero Trust depends upon a well-defined strategy focused on a holistic approach towards protecting your data wherever it resides It’s no surprise that organizations moving to the cloud are looking at Zero Trust. Zero Trust provides a model for designing networks and systems to address the modern threat landscape. It is based ...

  • A Quick and Efficient Method For Locating the main () function of Linux ELF Malware Variants

    July 2, 2019

    Linux is a family of open source operating systems (OS) commonly used to run internet of things (IoT) devices and web servers. The prevalence of the OS, as expected, has turned it into a valuable target for cybercriminals casting wide nets to reach more potential victims. In the past few years, Linux systems have been susceptible ...

  • Phishing, ransomware are top cyberattacks on financial services firms

    July 1, 2019

    Phishing and ransomware attacks are the most reported types of cyberattacks on financial services firms, but in most cases the causes of outages were far more mundane. Financial services firms reported 819 cyber incidents to their watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), last year, a huge rise on the 69 incidents reported the year before. Retail banks were responsible ...

  • Island hopping: The latest security threat you should be aware of

    July 1, 2019

    While island hopping sounds like a great way to spend a holiday in Thailand or Greece, the term also refers to an advanced cyber attack technique. Though it’s not a new phenomenon, this type of attack increased in prevalence in 2018 and will likely become more and more common. The name ‘island hopping’ comes from a WWII ...