Could an ex-employee be planting ransomware on your firm’s network?

A 33-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly hacking into his former employer’s computer system to plant ransomware. Graham Cluley

Cybersecurity threats aren’t getting any smaller. Could big data help?

Spend a little time with our Tim and Nutanix’s Kong Yang – and learn how to crack the conundrum Webcast  Upheaval always creates opportunity, and it’s often cyber criminals who are the first to exploit it.… The Register – Security

Insecure password memory aids: A passwordless future could be the solution

There is a readiness for passwordless security methods such as biometrics, with 70% workers believing biometrics would benefit the workplace, according to Okta. The Passwordless Future Report, which demonstrates how passwords negatively impact the security of organizations and mental health of employees, surveyed 4,000+ workers across the UK, France and the Netherlands. Dr. Maria Bada, […]

Could a Keylogger Be Spying on You?

Sign up for Private Internet Access VPN at Could a keystroke logger be hiding on your PC without you even knowing? Techquickie Merch Store: Techquickie Movie Poster:×36-poster Follow: Leave a reply with your requests for future episodes, or tweet them here: Join the community: Intro Theme: Showdown by F.O.O.L […]

Cyber News Rundown: WhatsApp Vulnerability Could Install Spyware

Reading Time: ~ 2 min. WhatsApp Exploited to Install Spyware through Calls A serious flaw has been discovered in the messaging app WhatsApp that would allow an attacker to install spyware on a victim’s device by manipulating the packets being sent during the call. Further disguising the attack, the malicious software could be installed without […]

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