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CIRCL » Report an Incident | Luxembourg | Europe | CyberSecurity | eLeaderShip

CIRCL » Report an Incident | Luxembourg | Europe | CyberSecurity | eLeaderShip | Luxembourg (Europe) | Scoop.it
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Faites votre check-up à la foire 'Home & Living' - Cases | Cyber Security | Luxembourg

Faites votre check-up à la foire 'Home & Living' -  Cases | Cyber Security | Luxembourg | Luxembourg (Europe) | Scoop.it

CASES sera présent à la foire "Home & Living" avec sa nouvelle campagne de sensibilisation "Clever clicks for safer business" ciblant tout particulièrement les arnaques en ligne qui peuvent coûter cher aux entreprises touchées.


La Chambre des métiers invite les exposants de venir rencontrer CASES du 11 au 19 octobre 2014 sur le stand 8B45. Les chefs d'entreprises ou responsables informatiques pourront y effectuer une évaluation gratuite de la sécurité de l'information dans leur entreprise. Le stand est situé dans le hall 8 de Luxexpo (dédié à l'artisanat). L'analyse dure +- 20 minutes et établit des première pistes d'amélioration organisationnelles, faciles à mettre en place.


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CASES sera présent à la foire "Home & Living" avec sa nouvelle campagne de sensibilisation "Clever clicks for safer business" ciblant tout particulièrement les arnaques en ligne qui peuvent coûter cher aux entreprises touchées.


La Chambre des métiers invite les exposants de venir rencontrer CASES du 11 au 19 octobre 2014 sur le stand 8B45. Les chefs d'entreprises ou responsables informatiques pourront y effectuer une évaluation gratuite de la sécurité de l'information dans leur entreprise. Le stand est situé dans le hall 8 de Luxexpo (dédié à l'artisanat). L'analyse dure +- 20 minutes et établit des première pistes d'amélioration organisationnelles, faciles à mettre en place.


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Secunia Country Report Q3/2014 | Third Party Applications | Luxembourg | Cyber Security

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The Dirty Dozen Spampionship: Who's who in the global spam-sending league?

The Dirty Dozen Spampionship: Who's who in the global spam-sending league? | Luxembourg (Europe) | Scoop.it
It's once again time for our quarterly Spampionship charts.

We looked at the sending countries for all our spam in the first three months of 2014, and turned the figures into a League Table - the sort of league you don't want to win!...


That's because cybercrooks don't send their own spam: that would be expensive, and easy to track, and would point the finger of law enforcement right back at them.

Instead, the crooks co-opt innocent third parties - like you and me, or our friends and family - to send spam for them.

The criminals use malware-infected computers as remote control "spam robots," better known as bots or zombies, to churn out unwanted and illegal emails on their behalf.

You end up paying for the bandwidth, carrying the risk, and contributing to your country's standing in the Spampionship.


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The criminals use malware-infected computers as remote control "spam robots," better known as bots or zombies, to churn out unwanted and illegal emails on their behalf.


You end up paying for the bandwidth, carrying the risk, and contributing to your country's standing in the Spampionship.


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The criminals use malware-infected computers as remote control "spam robots," better known as bots or zombies, to churn out unwanted and illegal emails on their behalf.

You end up paying for the bandwidth, carrying the risk, and contributing to your country's standing in the Spampionship.


Learn more: