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Archives - July 2016
Celebrating the 17th annual SysAdmin Day, we recognize their dedication and workplace contributions and want to show appreciation for their talent.
Security professionals are more concerned than ever by the threat of cybercrime, according to new poll.
The Information Security Forum (ISF) has published a major update to its Standard of Good Practice for Information Security.
In the spirit of this year’s Olympics, which is being held in Rio de Janeiro, we thought we’d host our own little information security Olympic Games.
Around eight in every 10 cybersecurity executives admit their company has been compromised by a cyberattack in the past 24 months.
Cyberbullying is an issue causing havoc in schools across the world, but a Finnish scheme created in 2009 is making a big difference.
The auto industry has published its first set of cybersecurity best practices, as it attempts to combat rising and future threats facing the connected car.
Vulnerable version of vBulletin thought to be responsible for data breach which could impact almost 1.6 million game players.
When it comes to the disposing of hardware, businesses must take responsibility for ensuring personal data are safely removed, explains ESET's David Harley.
At Comic-Con 2016, ESET's Anna Keeve dives deep into the "real" world of Mr. Robot, has a VR adventure, and looks for cybersecurity clues in Elliot's room.
When it comes to APAC cybersecurity, there is room for improvement. In this feature we take a look at key trends across this region.
Restaurant chain Cicis has released a statement informing customers of a data breach experienced in some of its restaurants across the US.
One of the surprises of last year for everyone working in IT security was, without a doubt, the hit TV show Mr. Robot, explains ESET's Josep Albors.
Make sure that all your Apple devices are patched before online criminals attempt to take advantage of this flaw.
The Library of Congress in the US has experienced a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, it revealed via social media. Also affected was the US Copyright Office.
Beware jackware, malicious software that seeks to take control of a device, the primary purpose of which is not data processing or digital communications.
Malicious scripts are gaining prevalence in Brazil, reports ESET's Matías Porolli.
A major data breach on the Ubuntu Forums has not compromised the passwords of its affected users. Usernames, emails addresses and IPs have been exposed.
Both the OurMine and PoodleCorp hacking gangs appear to be taking credit for Pokémon GO being offline over the weekend. But might there be a more down-to-earth explanation?