Monday, August 10, 2020
ESET spots new Turla campaign

New Turla attack targets embassies and consulates

Security specialist ESET has identified a new campaign by state sponsored hacking group Turla. The details are contained in a blog from researcher Tomas Foltyn. There is also a report titled:...
Intercede survey shows Millennials are more security savvy than thought

Millennials disappointed in cybersecurity

A study released by Intercede today says that: "Millennials in the U.S. and U.K. have almost entirely lost trust in government and business to protect their personal information online." Millennials are often...
Microsoft buys Adallom, the Cloud Security firm

Microsoft buys Adallom for $320 million

In a blog by Takeshi Numoto , Corporate Vice President, Cloud and Enterprise Marketing, Microsoft has announced the acquisition of Adallom, the cloud access security company. Microsoft buys Adallom, but who are...
Greg Wolfond, CEO, SecureKey talks blockchain and identity

Greg Wolfond talks blockchain and SecureKey

SecureKey is an identity and authentication provider. Unlike many companies in this space it is focused on consumers rather than enterprise users. At IBM InterConnect earlier this year, Wolfond announced SecureKey's...

Morrisons loses appeal over data breach

Supermarket giant Morrisons has lost its appeal against a judgement that said it must compensate 100,000 victims of a data breach. Those victims are all current or former employees of the...
Fraud costs the UK £190 billion annually

Experian claims fraud costs UK £190 billion per year

Credit service agency Experian has reported that the UK loses over £190 billion per year to fraud. That staggering number comes from its Annual Fraud Indicator 2017 report. £190 billion is...
The challenge of identity management

Ira Goldstein on the challenges in identity management

Enterprise Times spent two days at Cyber Security Connect in Monaco. During the conference, we had an opportunity to talk to Ira Goldstein, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at the...
Vision Direct website hacked

Vision Direct unsighted as hackers steal data

Opticians Vision Direct has become the latest high street retailer to suffer a data breach. The company issued a warning to customers yesterday that its website - - had been...
Ukrainiane hackers launch brute force attack campaign against WordPress sites

Ukrainian hackers behind WordPress attack

Security vendor Wordfence has published a blog blaming Ukrainian hackers for the problems many WordPress users are suffering this month. Starting on November 24th, Wordfence saw a significant rise in brute...
Cyber Resiliency with Felicity March

Talking Cyber Resilience with Felicity March

The risk of a business threatening cyber-attack is ever present today. Ransomware locks up data making it hard for businesses to operate. The impact is so bad that an increasing number...


Cybercriminals focus on a narrow set of known vulnerabilities (Image Credit: AltumCode on Unsplash)

Cybercriminals focus on a narrow set of known vulnerabilities

Cybercriminals focus most of their energy on a relatively small number of vulnerabilities and targets according to the latest Global Threat Intelligence Centre report...
Efective home working image credit - agnieszka-boeske-from-unsplash

Lessons from an experienced remote working organisation

Jeff Mills is UK country manager at WordPress VIP, part of the Automatic Group. The company was globally distributed from the start with its...
Blockchain Catch-up

Blockchain Catch-up Week 30 (to w/e 7th August)

This is a start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’ for Week 30. The catch-up is not intended to be comprehensive; it seeks to highlight developments...
Dentists bitten by cybercriminals (Image Credit: Rafael Juárez from Pixabay )

Dentists bitten by cybercriminals

Dentists have become the latest group to lose data to cybercriminals. The British Dental Association (BDA) has taken its website down as a result...

ARTIFACTS v2 available, built on bloxberg blockchain

ARTiFACTS has released v2.0 of its platform. This upgrade enables researchers to establish the provenance of their work in real-time. The significance: their research...
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WFMSG reborn as CommunityWFM

Workforce Management Software Group has rebranded itself as CommunityWFM. The cloud-based workforce management vendor provides a solution for contact centres. It creates visibility, collaboration...
Huobi digital assets

Huobi digital asset management platform and custody services

Huobi is launching a digital asset management platform - with custody services for institutions. Huobi claims the platform matches qualified institutional investors and high-net-worth...
Zoho BackToWork

Are you ready to go BackToWork?

Zoho has announced a new solution to help organisations as they start returning employees to the workplace. Like similar initiatives earlier this year Zoho...
Tel Aviv

TASE to launch central blockchain securities lending platform

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) will launch a central blockchain securities lending platform. It is promising that this will offer "innovative and groundbreaking...

Cellebrite adds cryptocurrency and blockchain investigations solution

Cellebrite has launched Crypto Tracer. This is a cryptocurrency investigation solution designed to speed up investigations involving blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Such a tool...
Are your SOC staff looking for a way out? (Image Credit: Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay )

Are your SOC staff looking for a way out?

First-time security analysts can’t wait to get the heck out of the Security Operation Centre (SOC). Half of the first time (entry-level) security analysts...
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Unilog announces Acumatica partnership

Unilog has joined the Acumatica Marketplace as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) partner. The Marketplace offers Acumatica customers and reselling partners access to complementary applications...
FastPOS author pleads guilty in US (Image Credit: Blake Wisz on Unsplash)

FastPOS author pleads guilty in US

The author of the FastPOS malware that affected point-of-sale (POS) systems has pled guilty to RICO charges in the US. Valerian Chiochiu, aka “Onassis,”...
Blockchain Catch-up

Blockchain Catch-up Week 29 (to w/e 31st July)

This is a start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’ for Week 29. The catch-up is not intended to be comprehensive; it seeks to highlight developments...