What does it mean to be security aware?

Posted by Hannah Manning on Tue, Jun 27, 2017

In previous blog posts, we’ve talked a lot about how important it is to be aware of how secure your firewall really is. But you may be wondering one thing: what does it even mean to be “security aware?”

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Topics: Data Security, Cloud Security, anti virus, cybersecurity

A new ransomware that deletes ALL of your backup files

Posted by Steven Lai on Fri, Apr 21, 2017

You have a backup plan to store your files.. just in case your main device is hacked... You think you are safe.... Yet, now there is another type of attack, a cyber attack, called Samas Ransomware that can and will decimate all of your backup files, so are you truly safe?

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Topics: Data Security, anti virus, cybersecurity

Singapore's Defense Ministry Hit With First Major Cyber Attack

Posted by Steven Lai on Wed, Apr 19, 2017

 Singapore's government has been the latest victim of a cyber crime. There has been a hack in the internet access (I-net) of the agency which has led to the access of personal data.  Investigations revealed that basic personal data, comprised of NRIC numbers, telephone numbers, and dates of birth of around 850 servicemen and employees was stolen from I-net.

 

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The I-net system is an internet access system used by national servicemen and MINDEFF employees to send emails communication and for their internet surfing. The system allows their employees to use terminals within the ministry premises and SAF's (Singapore's Armed Forces) camps.   

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Topics: anti virus

Tech Companies are not Immune to Cyber Fraud Either

Posted by Steven Lai on Fri, Mar 31, 2017

Two multinational technology companies have fallen victim to a massive fraud spear phishing attack!  A cyber criminal has been charged with breaking and entering into these two companies. The outcome of this criminal activity included a large amount of bank accounts hacked and controlled by a scammer.

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Topics: anti virus, cybersecurity, email security

Yahoo Servers were hacked by FSB Spies and others

Posted by Steven Lai on Mon, Mar 27, 2017

Huge chunks of information from Yahoo's networking service and information was stolen by just four individuals. Personal messages from Yahoo user's were also stolen and have been included in the criminal activity. Out of the group of 4 hackers, two were FSB members (Russian's Federal Security Services), and the other two were previously known hackers that had no relation to the FSB.

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Topics: anti virus, cybersecurity, email security