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The Internet connects us as never before, but there's a dark side to this web. Who are the hackers who wreak havoc online? And what is it they want?
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The April 23, 2013 we experienced a major DDOS on our infrastructures this how it looked like from logstalgia. https://code.google.com/p/logstalgia/
Tom Kellermann discusses the changes we can expect to see in 2013
The world has reached a point of inflection in cybercrime. As cyberspace abounds with cyber privateers, and many nations of the world become havens for these modern-day pirates, it appears that 2013 is the year of hacking for criminal gain.
In our recently released predictions for 2013, our CTO Raimund Genes illustrated his strategic vision per the future of cybercrime. The predictions highlight improvements in threats we will encounter in 2013, more specifically on the attack vectors used by cybercriminals. Raimund predicts that attackers will shift their strategy from developing sophisticated malware to focusing on the means to infiltrate networks and evade detection.
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Attackers look for companies with poor defenses and a lack of security skills, so no business, not even an SMB, is immune.
Cybercriminals are looking for low-hanging fruit. Their targets are companies with poor defenses, a lack of security skills, and vulnerable end users. They're looking for unlocked doors and open windows. The path of least resistance will always be the one most beaten down by bad guys.
There are many other reasons a cybercriminal might target your company and your employees, but the message is the same: No business, no individual is immune. Whether you're Sony or a mom-and-pop shop, you may be a target today. How you respond to that threat could make the difference between being safe and being breached.
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Cybercrime costs Britain £27bn a year, and it could cost you dear too if you don't take basic precautions. James Silver asked experts for their top tips
The weakest link in a security chain is and still will be the human!!! A security by 100% doesn't exist!!!
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Infographic of the week: Why ignoring information security is lethal