Do you know which data your antivirus collects during scans? Antivirus has kernel level access to the operating, meaning there isn’t a file on your computer hard drive that it can’t touch. Antivirus scans data that is being read from and written to the hard drive, and depending on which antivirus company you choose, data in memory could be examined giving you greater protection. Read more “How Much Do You Trust Your Antivirus Company?”
The NSA is spying on everyone around the world.
That’s the conclusion after the recent information that has come to light. Israel says it gained access to Kaspersky system in 2015, and while Israel was in their systems, Russian hackers were observed gaining access to the same information systems. Russia was spying on the United States through Kaspersky while Israel was spying on Russia through Kaspersky with the NSA doing its NSA thing, or as Handmaids Tale would say “Under His Eye.” Read more “Hackers Hacked the Hackers that Hacked Kaspersky”
Large, medium and small corporations have a problem with cybersecurity – they don’t think it’s critical. Thus, the corporate problem with cybersecurity.
According to HelpNetSecurity “Gemalto’s Breach Level Index, 918 data breaches led to 1.9 billion data records being compromised worldwide in the first half of 2017. Compared to the last six months of 2016, the number of lost, stolen or compromised records increased by 164%. A large portion came from the 22 largest data breaches, each involving more than one million compromised records. Of the 918 data breaches, more than 500 (59% of all breaches) had an unknown or unaccounted number of compromised data records.” Verizon revised the total number of records stolen from the Yahoo! hack in 2013 from 1 billion to all 3 billion email and non-email accounts. Read more “The Corporate Problem with Cybersecurity”