Intelligence experts warn UK airports and nuclear power stations to increase security measures due terrorist cyber threat

Intelligence experts have warned Britain’s airports and nuclear power stations to increase their defence measures. This is due to a warning that terrorists may have developed ways to plant explosives in laptops and mobile devices, which bypass airport security screening methods. Intelligence agencies fear that that Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) and […]

New research reveals that 30% of malware attacks are zero day exploits

New research reveals that 30% of malware can be classified as new or zero-day because it cannot be caught by legacy antivirus solutions. The WatchGuard’s first Quarterly Internet Security Report explores the latest computer and network security threats affecting SMBs and distributed enterprises. The results from Q4 2016, confirm that cyber criminals’ capability to automatically […]

Who can you trust to test out your IT defences?

Behind every high-profile data-breach headline, there are 100s of other similar stories of cyber attacks that cause major financial pain and reputational loss to their victims. The fact is that cyber crime is no longer a backroom activity but a growing business, driven by hacktivist groups, organised criminal gangs and state-sponsored cyber terrorists. And attacks […]

New findings reveal the concerns of leading security researchers on non-malware attacks

New research released today from Carbon Black shows the concerns of cybersecurity. Findings show that nearly two thirds (64%) of security researchers said they’ve seen an increase in non-malware attacks since the beginning of 2016. Carbon Black, the leader in next-generation endpoint security has launched its latest research Beyond the Hype, into the cybersecurity landscape. […]