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Global network shares phishing attack intelligence in real-time
IRONSCALES, a multi-layered phishing mitigation solution that combines human intelligence with machine learning, today announced the launch of Federation, a product that will automatically and anonymously share phishing attack intelligence with organizations worldwide. “Instantaneous sharing of phishing attack intelligence will make it substantially easier for enterprises and organizations to consistently remain secure and in control,” said Eyal Benishti, CEO of IRONSCALES. IRONSCALES’ employee-based intrusion prevention system is the first phishing solution with an automatic one-click … More
Cybersecurity talent crisis continues, technical skills in high demand
Intel Security, in partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), has released a global report outlining the talent shortage crisis impacting the cybersecurity industry across both companies and nations. 82 percent of respondents admit to a shortage of cybersecurity skills, with 71 percent of respondents citing this shortage as responsible for direct and measureable damage to organizations whose lack of talent makes them more desirable hacking targets. Cybersecurity workforce shortages by country … More
Review: True Key for iOS
I’ve been using 1Password for years – both their desktop and mobile products. Altough it works fine, I was curious to see what are the alternatives I can use on my iPhone. After some hits and misses, I’ve installed the True Key personal password manager, which is developed by Intel Security and offered for free. True Key in action I am not what you would call an avid user of iOS applications. I’ve tried and/or … More
Infection Monkey: Test a network from an attacker’s point of view
Infection Monkey, a tool designed to test the resiliency of modern data centers against cyber attacks, was developed as an open source tool by GuardiCore’s research group. “Traditional testing tools are no longer able to effectively detect vulnerabilities in today’s data center networks as they cannot continuously exploit the weakest link and propagate in-depth, resulting in a very partial view of network vulnerabilities,” said Pavel Gurvich, CEO of GuardiCore. How Infection Monkey works Infection Monkey … More
Nach Missbrauchsvorwürfen: Die große Abrechnung mit Jacob Appelbaum
Das Tor-Projekt hat die Missbrauchs- und Vergewaltigungsvorwürfe gegen den Aktivisten und Hacker Jacob Appelbaum untersuchen lassen. Offenbar hatten viele in der Szene noch eine Rechnung mit ihm offen. Doch die schärfsten Beschuldigungen werden nicht mehr erwähnt. (TOR-Netzwerk, Bruce Schneier)
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