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Secure Enterprise Communications

Secure Enterprise Communications With Outside World

April 13th, 2018 | By

Establishing enterprise is one thing. Securing its dealings with outside world is another. The moment your enterprise goes online and interacts with others (be it client or third-party or other such intermediaries) the sensitive data which your enterprise holds becomes vulne...

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Enterprise Application Security

How To Protect Enterprise Application Security?

April 4th, 2018 | By

Incidents of enterprises facing huge financial losses are not uncommon. And yet many of them usually ignore the flaws in their data security systems, hoping (or rather) praying that they might just be ignored by hackers. One of the major reasons for this behavior is that the...

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Lessons from the Past to Stay Ahead of Cyber Security Threats

March 27th, 2018 | By

The organizations are appalled with the elevated volume of breaches through the state of application exploits, malicious software, and botnets. Companies are high at risk due to higher rate of threats while they perform online operations. It is therefore vital to understand...

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Online Banking Safety

Tips for Safe Online Banking

March 21st, 2018 | By

The use of the internet is ever-present at the current hour, the immense reliability on the Internet as a medium to carry out financial or personal transaction makes it prone to attacks. A bevy of cyber thieves is hooked on with an extra pair of glasses to gain access to sen...

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Zero Day Attack

Protect Your POS Systems Against Zero-Day Attacks

March 16th, 2018 | By

It’s a well-known fact that POS (Point Of Sale) systems are vulnerable to security attacks. So if POS systems are not protected well using the right kind of security tools, enterprises which employ them, and above all, the data present within those POS systems will be...

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ATM Security Management

ATM security against Meltdown

March 1st, 2018 | By

Since Jan 3, Meltdown and Specter attack has been in the news and it all takes shape from hardware security vulnerability. So chips from Intel, AMD, and ARM have a vulnerable hole. This is according to Anders Fogh the German cyber website Information was first made available...

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ATM Jackpotting

How Hackers introduced ATM ‘jackpotting’ in the US

February 20th, 2018 | By

The year 2018 started on a sober note with ATM jackpotting hitting the US cities. The Secret Service came into action after the reports came about jackpotting, that lets anyone steal money from ATMs. Well, this was something new that has happened in the United States, where...

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POS Security

Secure Your Point-of-Sale System Before It’s Too Late!

January 28th, 2018 | By

Retail industry and security breaches are inseparable. A single attack can compromise millions of identities. The intensity and sophisticated nature of cyber attacks are posing huge problems for businesses who hold the responsibility of protecting their customers’ pers...

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backoff malware

Cyber Security Predictions for Financial Organizations for the Year 2018

January 26th, 2018 | By

For financial organizations across the world, 2017 proved to be eventful. There were all kinds of cyber security incidents- malware strikes, credit card breaches, ATM attacks, hijacking bank domains to intercept customers’ electronic operations etc. 2017 saw the first...

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POS Malware

Detecting a Security Breach one step at a time

January 13th, 2018 | By

In the recent times we have seen how from Yahoo to Equifax the breaches even at the National Security Agency. The only thing that seems to be consistent is that the sophistication of these attacks are growing. Interestingly, the data exfiltration still remains a mystery as t...

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