5 Reasons Why You Should Report — Not Reply to — Suspicious Emails

5 Reasons Why You Should Report — Not Reply to — Suspicious Emails

Phishing emails are much harder to identify than most people realize. While you may laugh off the obvious ones, like your great grandmother’s long-lost brother leaving you an inheritance of 10... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More

BEC Attacks: How Fake Invoice Schemes Work

According to Agari’s Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attack Trends Report, 96% of companies experienced BEC attacks in the second half of 2017, mainly because the email-borne attacks... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More

How to Keep Sensitive Data Safe from Business Email Compromise

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Business email compromise (BEC) attacks show no signs of slowing down. Recently, Trend Micro revealed BEC attacks cost businesses $9 billion by the end of 2018. Targets include both large and... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
10 Steps to Detect Lateral Movement in a Data Breach

10 Steps to Detect Lateral Movement in a Data Breach

Many enterprises spend millions of dollars on solutions that promise to bolster their security. However, much less focus is placed on the ability to detect lateral movement during a breach.... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
Penetration Testing Methodology for Mobile Applications: 5 Key Steps

Penetration Testing Methodology for Mobile Applications: 5 Key Steps

The astonishing growth in mobile technologies has introduced many new vulnerabilities. According to findings from Verizon’s inaugural Mobile Security Index 2018 report, businesses are aware... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
Broadpwn Wi-Fi Vulnerability: How to Detect & Mitigate

Broadpwn Wi-Fi Vulnerability: How to Detect & Mitigate

It can be easy to think our mobile devices are more secure than they are. However, that is just not the case. In the last three years, there have been dozens of mobile malware creations that have... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
How to Hack Android Devices Using the StageFright Vulnerability

How to Hack Android Devices Using the StageFright Vulnerability

In July 2015, mobile-security firm Zimperium declared it discovered a high-severity vulnerability inside the Android operating system. The critical flaw exists in a core component named... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
Improve Response Times with Incident Response & Network Forensics Training

Improve Response Times with Incident Response & Network Forensics Training

If a hacker infiltrated your network tomorrow, what would you do? What if a staff member unwittingly infected your network with ransomware? What if adversaries defaced your site or launched a denial... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
Top Ten Information Security Thought Leaders

Top Ten Information Security Thought Leaders

Living in an information age can be daunting. Even if you manage to cut out the noise of social media, and the unceasing barrage of ads, there is still an element of digital dependence that can... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
CISSP Exam Format Change to Computerized Adaptive Testing

CISSP Exam Format Change to Computerized Adaptive Testing

From December 18th, 2017, (ISC)² will be changing the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam from the current fixed-form, linear exam format to a Computerized Adaptive... Go on to the site to read the full article ... Read More
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