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Do your kids know good password hygiene? Here are some rules

If you happy to be a parent that is less than cyber-savvy, worry not, WeLiveSecurity is on hand. It’s all about good password hygiene.

Epic Games forums hacked again: Over 800,000 gamers put at risk

More than 800,000 usernames, email addresses, and birth dates are thought to have been stolen by hackers from online forums run by Epic Games.

Ransomware: To pay or not to pay?

Is it always wrong to pay up when hit by a ransomware attack? Never say never, says ESET’s David Harley.

Why you should hire good, skilled cybersecurity professionals

Infosec is a technical discipline, but it also requires good, skilled cybersecurity professionals. We take a look at the bigger picture.

Nemucod serves nasty package: Ransomware and ad-clickers

The operators of the notorious trojan downloader Nemucod seem to have stepped up their game, serving their victims with ransomware and ad-clickers.

Individual arrested in connection with high-profile data at Sage

The City of London Police has confirmed the arrest of a 32-year-old employee in connection with a high-profile data breach at Sage.

NSA website goes down as hackers auction stolen ‘cyber weapons’

If you try to visit the NSA’s website right now, you’re in for a big disappointment.

Nemucod now spreading banking trojans in Brazil

On the morning of Friday August 12th, ESET researchers noticed a huge outbreak of a new Spy.Banker variant, detected as Spy.Banker.ADEA. It happened at around 12pm CET.

Why security is a transversal issue for video games development

Santiago Sassone, a senior corporate communications specialist, on why security is a transversal issue for video games development.

ENISA: Security of Things important for CIIs

The Security of Things is set to become a key feature in the fight against cybercriminals, according to a new report by ENISA.

High-profile data breach at Sage draws attention to internal threats

The latest high-profile data breach at Sage has highlighted the importance of investing in a high-quality cybersecurity program to keep safe from internal threats.

Video game safety: The insight of professional gamers

Professional gamers offer their insight into video game safety, helping players all over the world stay safe and secure from cybercriminal activity.

QuadRooter: Unfortunately, you can’t have it patched for now

ESET researchers have spotted fake patch apps for Android – probably the first ever malicious mobile apps masquerading as a patch for a recently discovered vulnerability.

EU-US Privacy Shield launches: Key points to this agreement

There are three key principles to be aware of when it comes to the EU-US Privacy Shield and we’ve digested all of the key points in this feature.

QuadRooter vulnerabilities leaves 900 million Android devices at risk of attack

Over 900 million Android smartphones and tablets are vulnerable to cyberattacks, as they contain a set of four vulnerabilities dubbed QuadRooter.

Old Facebook scam gets ready for new boost

ESET researchers are warning about a Facebook scam that spreads fake terror news to trick victims into disclosing their Facebook credentials.

Microsoft says patch your Windows PCs now against critical security vulnerabilities

Don’t rest on your laurels. Patch your vulnerable computer systems now.

Nemucod is back and serving an ad-clicking backdoor instead of ransomware

The trojan downloader Nemucod is back with a new campaign. However, it has changed the payload served to its victims – ransomware is not its go-to malware.

Car hacking: Defcon style

This year at Defcon, the car hacking village is bigger than ever, says Cameron Camp. Key observation? The tools are getting better.

NIST: It’s time move on from SMS 2FA

According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) at the US Department of Commerce, it is time to move on from SMS 2FA.

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