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IT Can Be a Creepy Clown: Five Things That Keep Me Up At Night
Published on 14/03/2018 | Blog Infinigate UK

IT Can Be a Creepy Clown: Five Things That Keep Me Up At Night

If you are a security professional like me, you probably wind up speaking passionately about an attack vector, a cyber-incident or trends in information security from time-to-time. As such, you probably get approached to opine on a summary of what frightens you the most, and how to drive to sum navigable preventative steps.

JenX – Los Calvos de San Calvicie
Published on 01/02/2018 | Radware Blog

JenX – Los Calvos de San Calvicie

A new botnet recently started recruiting IoT devices. The botnet uses hosted servers to find and infect new victims leveraging one of two known vulnerabilities that have become popular in IoT botnets recently.

We need to talk about chatbots
Published on 28/11/2017 | Vanilla+

We need to talk about chatbots

Andrew Foxcroft, Radware’s regional director for the UK, Ireland and the Nordics, believes digital transformation strategies open up plenty of opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs) to combine security in their offering.

DUMB ransomware attacks Iranian targets via compromised VPN
Published on 26/10/2017 | SCMagazineUK

DUMB ransomware attacks Iranian targets via compromised VPN

Maher, Iran's Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center (CERTCC), has warned that 'Tyrant' ransomware is being distributed in the country via a compromised VPN app, undermines trust in IT dept.

Seven deadly flaws found in Dnsmasq DNS forwarder and DHCP server
Published on 04/10/2017 | SCMagazineUK

Seven deadly flaws found in Dnsmasq DNS forwarder and DHCP server

Patch Dnsmasq DNS forwarder and DHCP server now or stay vulnerable, researchers warn

Phantom Squad hackers demand ransom after threatening DDoS attacks against thousands of firms
Published on 23/09/2017 | IBT

Phantom Squad hackers demand ransom after threatening DDoS attacks against thousands of firms

The DDoS extortion group has sent out a massive wave of spam emails to thousands of companies across the globe.

The hidden danger of cryptocurrency mining in the enterprise
Published on 14/09/2017 | SCMagazineUK

The hidden danger of cryptocurrency mining in the enterprise

New research has revealed that cryptocurrency mining software has already infected at least 1.65 million endpoints this year. Should the enterprise be worried?

Hacker kids USA
Published on 13/09/2017 | Education Technology

Hacker kids USA

57% of Americans think high school students are capable of hacking their school networks

CodeFork hacking team spreading
Published on 07/09/2017 | IBT

CodeFork hacking team spreading 'fileless' malware to mine Monero cryptocurrency

The hacking group - active since 2015 - recently launched a new campaign, experts warn.

Hackers prosper thanks to security’s blurred lines of responsibility
Published on 06/09/2017 | Vanilla+

Hackers prosper thanks to security’s blurred lines of responsibility

Permanent loss of data. Four words no CIO ever wants to hear, especially in the run up to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But when delivery firm TNT confessed it had lost data in the wake of a ransom cyber-attack attack the reality hit home: Permanent Denial of Service attacks have landed with a thump, warns Andrew Foxcroft, the country manager and regional director for the UK, Ireland and Nordics at Radware.

Radware and Nokia partner to provide best-in-class DDoS attack detection and mitigation
Published on 14/07/2017 | Bobs guide

Radware and Nokia partner to provide best-in-class DDoS attack detection and mitigation

Radware announced that its OEM agreement with Nokia now includes Radware’s Attack Mitigation products. Through this partnership, Nokia resells Radware’s full suite of products and solutions to create best-in-class DDoS attack mitigation offerings to carriers and telco cloud providers.

Radware Named Top Provider of Managed Security Services in 13th Annual 2017 Info Security PG
Published on 09/03/2017 | IT Briefing.net

Radware Named Top Provider of Managed Security Services in 13th Annual 2017 Info Security PG's Global Excellence Awards®

Info Security Products Guide, a leading information security research and advisory guide, has named Radware a winner of five 2017 Global Excellence Awards®, including a Gold award in Managed Security Services for Radware's Emergency Response Team (ERT) and a Silver award in IoT Security for Radware's Attack Mitigation System.

DDoS attack takes down Luxembourg government servers
Published on 02/03/2017 | IB Times

DDoS attack takes down Luxembourg government servers

Over 100 sites hosted by government servers were reportedly affected by the attack

Could Cybercrime be the most Profitable Industry in the World?
Published on 23/02/2017 | Infinigate UK (Blog)

Could Cybercrime be the most Profitable Industry in the World?

2016 will be written in the history books as a turbulent twelve months. One which saw large fluctuations in currency values, a fall in the price of oil, the political fallout of Brexit, India’s savage attempt to reduce corrupt payments, the tussling of the election of the President of the United States, endless record busting data breaches and denial of service attacks affecting entire geographical regions. Uncertainty reigned king leaving us with the only guarantee that nothing could be guaranteed.

Hackers could use mobile apps to steal connected cars, says Kaspersky
Published on 20/02/2017 | Internet of Business

Hackers could use mobile apps to steal connected cars, says Kaspersky

Researchers from IT security company Kaspersky have warned drivers that internet-connected cars could be at risk of being stolen or remotely controlled as car makers rush out products without properly securing them.

European businesses buying bitcoins in preparation for ransom attacks
Published on 11/01/2017 | SCMagazine UK

European businesses buying bitcoins in preparation for ransom attacks

Five percent of businesses surveyed by Radware admit to keeping Bitcoins on hand in preparation for paying ransoms to regain access to data and machines that have been hijacked by cyber-criminals.

Ransom Cyber Attacks Double in Europe as Digital Highwaymen Target Underprepared Businesses
Published on 11/01/2017 | bobsguide

Ransom Cyber Attacks Double in Europe as Digital Highwaymen Target Underprepared Businesses

Radware’s Global Application and Network Security Report 2016-2017 Finds Ransom Was The #1 Motivation Behind Cyber-Attacks and IoT Botnets are now a Major Concern for CIOs

The future of conflict is in cyberspace
Published on 27/11/2016 | Raconteur

The future of conflict is in cyberspace

Suspected state-sponsored attacks have triggered an international cyber arms race aimed at repelling and even retaliating if secrets are stolen or online infrastructure targeted, threatening to paralyse critical systems

Transforming security skills for a changing industry landscape…
Published on 06/09/2016 | Total Security Summit

Transforming security skills for a changing industry landscape…

Talk to any security specialist and they will tell you that, today, the number of different security attacks they potentially face is overwhelming. It’s the direct result of two trends. Firstly, professional hackers have become more sophisticated in their approach using automated attacks, whereby robots are used to launch very advanced persistent attacks, and secondly, the new wave of ‘off the shelf’ hacks that can be bought for as little as £20 are able to cause untold damage to a network.

High-tech ways kids find to cheat
Published on 26/08/2016 | Yahoo UK

High-tech ways kids find to cheat

Carl Herberger, Radware head of security, discusses how a growing number of students are using high-tech tactics to scam their teachers.

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