The State of Insider Threats in 2019

The State of Insider Threats in 2019

Whether insiders or outsiders pose a greater cybersecurity threat is a matter of ongoing debate. However, recent or recently discovered data breaches prove that insider threats have become a major concern for companies everywhere. Insider threats have meant an issue...
Credit card skimming from e-commerce websites is growing

Credit card skimming from e-commerce websites is growing

Over 80 compromised major e-commerce websites have been discovered. The websites are operating in the US, Canada, Europe, Latin America, and Asia and many of them are reputable brands in the motorsports industry and high-end fashion. They have been compromised with...
Is your pacemaker really likely to be hacked?

Is your pacemaker really likely to be hacked?

We’ve probably all heard the hacked pacemaker horror stories: malware that can be directly planted on a pacemaker, hackers remotely controlling devices and the former US Vice President Dick Cheney disabling a wireless feature in his pacemaker to prevent foreign agents...
BullGuard Wins 2019 Stevie® International Business Award® for BullGuard VPN

BullGuard Wins 2019 Stevie® International Business Award® for BullGuard VPN

BullGuard VPN has been named the winner of a Bronze Stevie Award in the Consumer Products category in the 16thAnnual Stevie International Business Awards®. The Stevie International Business Awards are the world’s premier business awards...
Collaboration Security: How to Safeguard Workstream Collaboration Data?

Collaboration Security: How to Safeguard Workstream Collaboration Data?

With the widespread adoption of workstream collaboration (WSC) platforms among businesses, it is essential to take into account to balance security against end-user productivity and collaboration. Communication in the workplace keeps evolving and workstream...
Endpoint Protector KEXTs Notarized by Apple

Endpoint Protector KEXTs Notarized by Apple

With the release of the macOS Mojave 10.14.5, Apple has introduced a new security feature called kernel extension (KEXT) notarization. This marks a significant change in the way third-party kernel extensions are handled, more specifically it means that KEXTs signed...