Cyber Security Blog

19 11, 2018

FASTCash: How the Lazarus Group is Emptying Millions from ATMs

By | November 19th, 2018|Conference|0 Comments

Symantec uncovers tool used by Lazarus to carry out ATM attacks. On October 2, 2018, an alert was issued by US-CERT, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of the Treasury, and the FBI. According to this new alert, Hidden Cobra (the U.S. government’s code name for Lazarus) has been conducting “FASTCash” attacks stealing money [...]

2 10, 2018

Happy CyberSecurity Month!

By | October 2nd, 2018|Conference, Cyber Security|0 Comments

CyberSecurity Month. This October, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, is the time to focus raising awareness about the importance of cybersecurity. Cyber Security in 2018: The Transition It’s been a year of transition for cybersecurity professionals and attackers alike. As noted by Forbes, cybersecurity spending in the U.S. could reach $66 billion by the end of 2018. Globally, that [...]

19 08, 2018

CIOs are at the corner of innovation and security, but is security their job?

By | August 19th, 2018|Cyber Security|0 Comments

In this day and age digital disruption is an ever-present occurrence in almost every sector, and it is this fact that earned some CIOs the title of Chief Innovation Officer’s. But with a massive focus on innovation some areas in business tend to suffer, and amongst the worst hit is security. “We can’t speak on [...]

3 10, 2017

Insider fraud in the banking industry: What if we could help you prevent, detect and respond to insider fraud?

By | October 3rd, 2017|Conference|0 Comments

An insider threat is a malicious hacker (also called a cracker or a black hat) who is an employee or officer of a business, institution, or agency. The term can also apply to an outside person who poses as an employee or officer by obtaining false credentials. The hacker obtains access to the computer systems [...]

6 09, 2017

Can Better IT Prevent the Spread of Ransomware?

By | September 6th, 2017|Conference|0 Comments

Is it possible that ransomware attacks are exacerbated in part by failures in corporate IT? Some of these failures are so grave they borderline “negligence”. It is just a matter of time before global organizations are liable for the disruption caused by outbreak of ransomware such as WannaCry and /NotPetya. These ramsonware use an exploit [...]