Posts From Mo Moin

Apple has increasingly been the target of crypto-mining attacks, and according to Check Point, iPhone attacks increased by nearly 400% over the last two weeks in September. In its most recently published Global Threat Index, Check Point researchers said they

Cyber-criminals eased into the year with a somewhat quiet first and second quarter, but according to a new report from Malwarebytes, attackers made some noise in Q3 2018. In the Cybercrime, Tactics and Techniques Q3 2018, researchers found that business

The infamous WannaCry ransomware campaign of 2017 caused losses in the region of GBP92m for the NHS, the government has revealed. In a progress update titled Securing cyber resilience in health and care, the Department of Health and Social Care

In analyzing global cybercrime patterns ThreatMetrix found that identity spoofing, fueled by stolen identity data, is the most prevalent attack vector for the gaming and gambling industry. Additionally, the Q2 2018 Gaming & Gambling Report discovered that location (IP) spoofing

Organizations globally are suffering a crippling cybersecurity workforce “gap” of 2.9 million employees today, putting the majority at greater risk of attack, according to the latest estimates from (ISC)2. The global certifications body has introduced a new gap analysis methodology,

It’s common in many organizations for network and security operations to exist in silos. This may have been OK a couple of decades ago when threats only came in through a single point and applications were vertically integrated. Today, however,

Smart contracts are a key component of blockchains. These little slices of business logic are the self-executing code that enables developers to create the rules and processes that make up any blockchain-based application. However, while they have the potential to

New findings from Cofense have revealed that one in ten reported emails in 2018 were malicious, with more than 50% of those linked to fraudulent attempts to gather login and system information from users – known as credential phishing. As

The AV-TEST Institute recently tested the most popular Windows 10 client antivirus products on three primary criteria: protection, performance, and usability. Only five of the 18 products tested earned a perfect rating of 6 for each of those criteria: Bitdefender

The number of compromised credentials detected in North American botnets has soared 141%, according to the latest quarterly analysis from Blueliv. The cyber-threat intelligence vendor scans the open, deep and dark web for signs of stolen log-ins for its clients,

More than 685 million users may have been exposed to XSS attacks due to a flaw in service used by Tinder, Shopify, and many others. Security Affairs was the first to publish the news of a DOM-XSS Bug Affecting

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is the process of assessing risks to identify both threats to a company’s financial well-being and opportunities in the market. The goal of an ERM program is to understand an organization’s tolerance for risk, categorize it,

Looking for hard numbers to back up your sense of what’s happening in the cybersecurity world? We dug into studies and surveys of the industry’s landscape to get a sense of the lay of the land–both in terms of what’s

IAM definition Identity and access management (IAM) in enterprise IT is about defining and managing the roles and access privileges of individual network users and the circumstances in which users are granted (or denied) those privileges. Those users might be

Security Staffing Low in Midsized and Large Orgs One of the greatest security challenges for midsized to large organizations is a function of staffing, according to research conducted by Osterman Research on behalf of ProtectWise and published in The Evolving State

Introduction In 2016, researchers from the University of Illinois left 297 unlabelled USB flash drives around the university campus to see what would happen. 98% of the dropped drives were picked up by staff and students, and at least half