Over the years NewPush has organized a series of online conferences which featured some of the leading minds of our industry. The latest such event took place on 31 March and was centered around the idea of disruptive innovation in cybersecurity.
Organizations of different sizes have different ways of dealing with cyber security challenges. Depending on external factors, the environment they operate in, or internal factors such as budgetary constraints, they might choose to manage their security with an in-house team, or outsource it to a dedicated firm.
On 13 May 2021, the Laureate security team became aware of an ongoing ransomware attack directed against two UPC servers. Though the attacker managed to escape identification, it is clear that they were both financially motivated and unable to achieve their goal.
The fifth annual report by ESG and the ISSA provides fascinating and alarming insights into the lives of cybersecurity professionals.
A ransomware attack whose sophistication and scale go beyond anything we've ever seen has recently hit Kaseya, an IT Management Software provider. We look into what has been uncovered so far, and what experts think will happen next.
The SolarWinds attack was, to date, the largest scale cyber attack that affected hundreds of organisations. Because it went undetected for so long, its reach and effects are still the subject of investigation, and there will be ongoing debate as to the ways to prevent such attacks in the future.
Technical aspects of cybersecurity aside, improving employee training is the best investment a company can make. Let's look at social engineering tactics, Smishing and Phishing, and the training programme Kevin Mitnick developed.
Cybercrime shot up in 2020, and institutes of higher education are near the top of the target list. Hackers looking for ways in have an easy job with faculty and students largely unaware of the dangers and unfamiliar with phishing tactics.
The major trends that have affected the healthcare industry in the coronavirus period as a way of preparing the organizations involved.
Did you know that in the U.S someone falls victim to identity theft once every two seconds? In 2017 alone, 60 million Americans were affected by identity theft, with the annual cost of this kind of fraud in the U.S being a staggering billion. Of course, it is not just individuals who are at […]
Automated updates for the core OS has been available for several years now on Macs, and Apple has added the ability to update automatically apps you have added from the AppStore as well. However, if you have installed open source apps with Brew, chances are that you may forget to update them regularly. This is […]
If you are in SecOps, you probably have seen the threat of CryptoMiners running on compromised hosts. This article may not be for you, but if you would like to dive deeper inside of the working of crypto-mining you will find a few resources here to get you started. For the example I use the […]