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Interrupting Ransomware: Learning From Lockheed (NSS Labs)

The threat landscape is ever expanding. In the past, threats were limited to minor attacks that would cause a small amount of damage to an organization. As time has progressed, far... More

‘Gloria’ Director Recalls Piracy Nightmare (CreativeFuture)

Piracy is a problem the same way that theft is a problem. Millions of people put food on the table by making what you watch on TV or in the theatre – and stealing that content ro... More

Ransomware: What to Do So You Don’t Become a Victim (Citadel Information Group)

Imagine turning on your computer and seeing a message “We have encrypted all your files. Pay us a ransom if you want them back,” This is ransomware, a costly form of cyber-exto... More

Enterprise Technology Spotlight: Security Around the World (Verizon Enterprise Solutions)

This week we circumvent the globe to see how different countries address growing concerns around cyber security. Singapore’s Smart Nation technology initiative and e-governm... More

How to Disrupt the Business of Hacking (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)

Cybercriminals are hacking into enterprises and making money, not because they are a select group of masterminds but because networks are too vulnerable and data too val... More

MediaSilo Releases Instant Visual Watermarking Solution

Video sharing platform company MediaSilo has debuted a first-ever, on-demand, real-time watermarking service — dubbed SafeStream — that allows content producers to add their ow... More

FBI Warning: That E-Mail Isn’t From Your CEO

The FBI has issued an alert following a “dramatic rise” in the use of business e-mail compromise scams, where schemers send employees emails to spoof a company’s e-mail — e... More

HP: Apps, Malware Tops Among Cyber Risks for Businesses

Mobile apps and malware quickly became the top threats for businesses in 2015, according to a new report from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and while the sophistication of atta... More