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Kaspersky Lab reveals research on future threat of memory hacking

Kaspersky Lab has warned that the cyberattackers of the future may be able to exploit memory implants to steal, spy on, alter or control human memories. And while the most radical threats are several decades away, the essential technology already exists in the form of deep brain stimulation devices. Scientists are learning how memories are […]


Study shows 15 most Internet-addicted countries around the world

A new study has been released by leading price comparison website, Compare the Market, uncovering which nations are the most Internet-dependant. In the era of fake news, Snapchat and #selfie, it seems we are never too far away from our phones or without access to the Internet. But which countries are the most addicted and […]


More than 40% of ICS computers attacked during first half of 2018

Research shows that African countries were worse off when it comes to ICS computers that were attacked. More than 40% of all industrial control system (ICS) computers protected by Kaspersky Lab solutions were attacked by malicious software at least once during the first half of 2018. The most impacted countries were Vietnam, Algeria and Sri […]


Mimecast releases latest Email Security Risk Assessment (ESRA)

Mimecast Limited, a leading email and data security company, has announced the availability of its latest quarterly Email Security Risk Assessment (ESRA), an aggregated report of tests that measure the efficacy of widely used email security systems. A Mimecast ESRA helps participating organisations better understand the number and type of email-borne threats that are getting […]


IoT home devices are latest target for cryptojacking – Fortinet report

Fortinet, a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, has announced the findings of its latest Global Threat Landscape Report. The research reveals cybercriminals are becoming smarter and faster in how they leverage exploits to their advantage. They are also maximising their efforts by targeting an expanding attack surface and by using iterative approaches […]


McAfee Labs research shows cryptocurrency mining malware surge

McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company, has released its McAfee Labs Threats Report: June 2018, examining the growth and trends of new malware, ransomware and other threats in Q1 2018. McAfee Labs saw on average five new threat samples every second, including growth in cryptojacking and other cryptocurrency mining malware, as well as notable campaigns demonstrating […]


The 10 biggest hacks that prove your personal data isn’t safe

New research from data privacy experts vpnMentor shows some of the biggest personal data hacks in recent years that may have affected you without your knowledge. Read on and make sure you check whether your accounts were affected. As the world becomes increasingly digitised, the amount of personal data shared with companies online also increases. […]


Accelerate your GDPR compliance with the Microsoft Cloud

Article by: Julia White – Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Azure & Security While some companies have started working towards GDPR compliance, Gartner believes that less than 50 percent of all organisations will fully comply with GDPR when it goes into effect on May 25, 2018. We know that the cloud can help dramatically increase that […]


Connected Nation – a digital government for everyone

More than three-quarters of us connect to the Internet every day, and being connected through multiple devices has also become the norm. Unsurprisingly, this has changed our expectations and behaviour when it comes to our relationships with government. Connected citizens want even greater access to digitally-delivered services than is currently available. The same is true […]


CISOs say end-users are frustrated that security disrupts productivity

Bromium®, Inc., the pioneer and leader in virtualisation-based enterprise security, has announced the findings of an independent survey showing IT security is hindering productivity and innovation across enterprises. The research revealed most security teams utilise a ‘prohibition approach’ – i.e. restricting user access to websites and applications – a tactic which is hampering productivity and […]