WHAT ARE THE LATEST CYBERSECURITY STANDARDS?

By Ruben Bonan Founder of Marketing Marvel   Cybersecurity standards are the agreed-upon techniques and protocols used by organisations to minimise the risk of and deal with the consequences of cyberattacks. Most cybersecurity protocols focus on prevention through various tools, Read More …

Industrial Networks Exposed Through Cloud-Based Operational Tech

The benefits of using a cloud-based management platform to monitor and configure industrial control systems (ICS) devices are obvious — efficiency, cost-savings and better diagnostics just for starters. But new research found critical vulnerabilities in these platforms that could be Read More …

Fortinet fixes bug letting unauthenticated hackers run code as root

Fortinet has released updates for its FortiManager and FortiAnalyzer network management solutions to fix a serious vulnerability that could be exploited to execute arbitrary code with the highest privileges. Both FortiManager and FortiAnalyzer are enterprise-grade network management solutions for environments Read More …

SonicWall releases urgent notice about ‘imminent’ ransomware targeting firmware

Networking device maker SonicWall sent out an urgent notice to its customers about “an imminent ransomware campaign using stolen credentials” that is targeting Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 series and Secure Remote Access (SRA) products running unpatched and end-of-life 8.x Read More …

EUROPOL: Coordinated Action Cuts Off Access To Vpn Service Used By Ransomware Groups

Takedown of DoubleVPN makes it harder for criminal hackers to cover their tracks This week, law enforcement and judicial authorities in Europe, the US and Canada have seized the web domains and server infrastructure of DoubleVPN. This is a virtual Read More …

Researchers create an ‘un-hackable’ quantum network over hundreds of kilometers using optical fiber

Researchers from Toshiba have successfully sent quantum information over 600-kilometer-long optical fibers, creating a new distance record and paving the way for large-scale quantum networks that could be used to exchange information securely between cities and even countries. Working from Read More …

New TsuNAME DNS bug allows attackers to DDoS authoritative DNS servers

Attackers can use a newly disclosed domain name server (DNS) vulnerability publicly known as TsuNAME as an amplification vector in large-scale reflection-based distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks targeting authoritative DNS servers. In simpler terms, authoritative DNS servers translate web Read More …