Pakistan-linked hackers targeted Indian power company with ReverseRat – Tempemail

A threat actor with suspected ties to Pakistan has been striking government and energy organizations in the South and Central Asia regions to deploy a remote access trojan on compromised Windows systems, according to new research. “Most of the organizations that exhibited signs of compromise were in India, and a Continue Reading

EBook – Creating a Large Company Security Stack on a Lean Company Budget – Tempemail

The speed at which malicious actors have improved their attack tactics and continue to penetrate security systems has made going bigger the major trend in cybersecurity. Facing an evolving threat landscape, organizations have responded by building bigger security stacks, adding more tools and platforms, and making their defenses more complex—a Continue Reading

The Programmable Company: Identity and Access Management, a Pentalog Standard- Tempemail

Identity and access management is one of the most complex features that many of us take for granted. As a result, organizations might not just neglect some of the associated risks, but also overlook many of the digital opportunities in our highly connected world. This article will help explain why Continue Reading

Australian AI company says sorry for asking potential staff to describe their skin tone | Australia news

An Australian artificial intelligence company has apologised for a question on a recruitment application which asked potential employees to describe their skin tone. The Australian Securities Exchange-listed company, Appen, boasts 1 million contractors working at 70,000 locations across the globe who work to label photographs, text, audio and other data Continue Reading

How two Irish brothers started a £70bn company you’ve probably never heard of | Opinion

The most valuable private company in Silicon Valley is an outfit most people have never heard of – unless they are a) Irish or b) tech investors. It’s called Stripe, and this week the latest round of investments in it have given it a valuation of $95bn (£68.5bn). It was Continue Reading

The RSC’s hi-tech Dream opens up a world of theatrical possibility | Royal Shakespeare Company

The opening moments of Dream contain all the enticements of an augmented Imax experience, beamed to our laptops. The camera hovers over a forest drenched in mist, then swoops in as if entering a 3D DreamWorks movie. Our host, Puck (EM Williams), is in a real-life studio and transforms into Continue Reading

Citrix Acquires SaaS Work Management Solutions Company, Wrike – Tempemail

Image sourced from The Business Journals Citrix has officially completed its acquisition of Wrike – a SaaS collaborative work management solutions company – for approximately $2.25 billion. Through the acquisition, Citrix is expected to deliver a comprehensive cloud-based work platform where employees and teams can securely access, collaborate and execute Continue Reading

Even for a company that specialises in PR disasters, Facebook has excelled with its Australian blackout | Facebook

When Facebook removed vast swathes of Australian media from its platform overnight on Wednesday the social media company intended to shock the system of Australian government and media cronyism and send a strong message to regulators everywhere. Instead, Facebook managed to turn attention away from a flawed piece of legislation Continue Reading

Targeted Phishing Attacks Target High-Ranking Company Executives – Tempemail

An evolving phishing campaign observed at least since May 2020 has been found to target high-ranking company executives across manufacturing, real estate, finance, government, and technological sectors with the goal of obtaining sensitive information. The campaign hinges on a social engineering trick that involves sending emails to potential victims containing Continue Reading

MrbMiner Crypto-Mining Malware Links to Iranian Software Company – Tempemail

A relatively new crypto-mining malware that surfaced last year and infected thousands of Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL) databases has now been linked to a small software development company based in Iran. The attribution was made possible due to an operational security oversight, said researchers from cybersecurity firm Sophos, that led Continue Reading