If you are a beginner, you must be confused about “which programming languages are useful for hacking”. There are many useful programming languages for hacking but it’s not possible to master all of them. So in this article, let’s talk about the most useful programming languages for Hacking.
First of all, I would like to tell you one thing that … Read More
Securing your business has taken on a whole new meaning with the different opportunities cyber thieves have as the internet and technology overall continues to evolve. Cyber threats are real in case you’re unaware of the financial impact of cyber hacking.
According to Cybersecurity Ventures, the cost of cybercrime in 2015 was an estimated $3 trillion. The analysis by Cybersecurity … Read More
Currently, a massive amount of world economy relies on cyber security and the foundations of nations has been laid on the spans of the internet, who doesn’t wish to become a hacker. Being a hacker on the internet seems to be a commanding position with so much to explore at your hand. But are there any pre-requisites for being a … Read More
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is now bridging the gap between personal gadgets and office devices. But, what risks does this trend pose to your company’s cyber security? Read this post to find out.
Let’s face it: employers and employees alike are always looking for more ways to make work easier. It’s not about laziness, rather efficiency, as … Read More
For many small businesses, the opportunities offered by the digital space are endless since it is the one place they can compete with larger organizations on almost equal footing. However, the entry of many of these businesses to the online space has also increased the number of cyber attacks directed at them.
While large companies can rely on a large … Read More
You are reading a guest blog post by Monika Tudja.
As a business-owner, you wouldn’t leave the door of your office open at the end of the day. And you wouldn’t leave the key to office lying on the pavement outside either.
Why not? Well because no-one wants someone to get inside and help themselves to whatever they want from … Read More
By: David Masson, Canada Country Manager, Darktrace
It was speculated 2016 would see even more cybersecurity activity than 2015 and it did not disappoint. Consider the the 500 million accounts swiped from Yahoo, the University of Calgary ransomware attack, or the Casino Rama cyberattack. Not to mention the IoT-powered botnets launching record-breaking DDoS (distributed-denial-of-service) attacks that brought down major parts … Read More
This adaptation of Microsoft’s David Iuduciani’s original post at the CFIB blog talks about how cyber security has changed in recent years and offers three strategic imperatives to consider.
We live in an increasing interconnected world. The sheer number of active devices, applications, and overall volume of data collected and exchanged in the cloud can boggle the mind. And while … Read More
On average, 4,000 ransomware attacks occurred per day in 2016, according to a report from the FBI. Diving deeper, ransomware attacks on businesses have become more frequent as well. Between January and September 2016, ransomware attacks on business increased from once every two minutes to once every 40 seconds according to Kaspersky.
Over the last 12 months the levels of … Read More
Cyber threats are evolving and so must your defences
A guest post by Mike Bainbridge
Digital transformation is not a new subject. Technology driven evolution of business to develop more efficient ways of interacting with customers and produce products is fuelling business change. As organisations transform, security must be an integral part of the process. Using cloud, mobile apps and … Read More