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7 steps security leaders can take to deal with Spectre and Meltdown

Spectre and Meltdown are the code names given to different strains of a new class of attacks that target an underlying exploitable design implementation inside the majority of computer chips manufactured over the last 20 years.

Publication Date: 16/02/2018

Microsoft & Google unable to detect new zero-day ransomware

As organisations have adopted cloud services to increase their productivity and agility, so to have hackers who see cloud services as the next big target for distributing malware and stealing sensitive data from businesses and individuals.

Publication Date: 09/02/2018

Intel says it has found “root cause” of flawed patches for Meltdown and Spectre on older systems, but advises customers to avoid patches for now

Intel has identified the “root cause” behind the problematic patches and will roll out updated patches later this week.

Publication Date: 24/01/2018

Beware fake Meltdown and Spectre patches

Security experts have warned that cyber attackers will be quick to use the Meltdown and Spectre exploits, but the first attempt to capitalise on them has come in the form of fake updates.

Publication Date: 17/01/2018

How to Protect Yourself from Meltdown and Spectre… the Latest Processor Security Flaws

These two critical vulnerabilities have been denominated as Meltdown and Spectre. They could allow unauthorised access to restricted memory contents, potentially compromising the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the contents thereon.

Publication Date: 12/01/2018

Major security flaw found in Intel processors

Developers scramble to fix bug within chips made in the last decade that will affect millions of computers running Windows, macOS and Linux.

Publication Date: 04/01/2018

Lack of IT staff leaving companies exposed to hacker attacks

Cybersecurity professionals are calling for better education and improved apprentice schemes after saying a shortfall of staff in the sector is leaving companies exposed to hacker attacks.

Publication Date: 27/12/2017

Why ransomware? Let’s ask the bad guys

Many are involved with cybercrime because they feel that they are safe from arrest.

Publication Date: 20/12/2017

Keylogger found in Synaptics driver on HP laptops

For the second time this year, a security researcher unearthed a keylogger in a driver used on a number of HP laptops.

Publication Date: 12/12/2017

These 3 departments are causing the biggest cybersecurity problems at your office

People are always the weak link when it comes to enterprise cybersecurity—but some departments are more likely to get hit and fall victim to attacks than others.

Publication Date: 09/12/2017