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Why Balancing Access Controls for Managed File Transfer Matters

If you're using secure file transfer tools, chances are you're security conscious. Maybe you're working in a highly-regulated industry, or perhaps you don't want your company on the front page of the newspaper for getting hacked. Whatever the case, if you're securing file transfers, that means you should lock down access to your secure file transfer tool as tightly as possible, right? Maybe not. … [Read more...]

Why Email and EFSS are Insecure

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) has been the standard bearer for sending or moving files too large for email. Today, those file transfers contain the lifeblood of an organization and so Secure FTP is now critical. … [Read more...]

Data and device security for domestic abuse survivors

For more than a month, Malwarebytes has worked with advocacy groups, law enforcement, and cybersecurity researchers to deliver helpful information in fighting stalkerware—the disturbing cyber threat that enables domestic abusers to spy on their partners’ digital and physical lives. While we’ve ramped up our detections, written a safety guide for those who might have stalkerware on their … [Read more...]

Podcast: Why You should Archive Data Today and in The Future

Businesses archive their data for a lot of reasons, but what is the most critical use case for archiving? For security or for posterity? … [Read more...]

Why Would Anyone Use Facebook’s Digital Currency?

Facebook is determined to launch their own digital currency called Libra, but why would anyone trust them at this point? … [Read more...]

Top cyber stories for July 2019

Top cyber stories for July 2019   No jail time for malware author turned WannaCry hero   Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher credited with averting the WannaCry worm but later accused of creating malware himself, has been released from the threat of jail with a “time served” sentence.   Hutchins’ name hit the headlines in […] … [Read more...]

The Capital One Data Breach: Who’s in Your Wallet?

Recently, we learned about the latest data breach where 106 million Capital One customers in the USA and Canada had personal details stolen. … [Read more...]

What is Azure Bastion?

Azure Bastion Host is a Jump-server as a Service within an Azure vNet. Find out what that means and if this is a service you should be using Read the post here: What is Azure Bastion? … [Read more...]

3rd Party Patch Roundup – July 2019

Patch Central – Third Party Patch Roundup  – July 2019 As July comes to an end, summer is winding down in most of the northern hemisphere. Parents and children in many areas are starting to prepare for the beginning of a new school year.  Parts of Europe will soon be experiencing “August shutdown” as many […] … [Read more...]

Mobile Menace Monday: Dark Android Q rises

Android Q, the upcoming 10th major release of the Android mobile operating system, was developed by Google with three major themes in mind: innovation, security, and privacy. Today, we are going to focus mostly on security and privacy, although there are still many potential changes and updates on the horizon that can be discussed. Privacy Privacy has been a top priority in developing … [Read more...]