How Cyrebro Can Unify Multiple Cybersecurity Defenses to Optimize Protection – Tempemail

Many enterprises rely on more than one security tool to protect their technology assets, devices, and networks. This is particularly true for organizations that use hybrid systems or a combination of cloud and local applications. Likewise, companies whose networks include a multitude of smartphones and IoT devices are likely to Continue Reading

Rising Demand for DDoS Protection Software Market By 2020-2028 – Tempemail

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is a malicious form of attack that disrupts the regular network traffic by overwhelming the website with more traffic than the server can handle. The main aim of this kind of cyberattack is to render the website inoperable. Over recent years, these kinds of Continue Reading

Importance of Application Security and Customer Data Protection to a Startup – Tempemail

When you are a startup, there are umpteen things that demand your attention. You must give your hundred percent (probably even more!) to work effectively and efficiently with the limited resources. Understandably, the application security importance may be pushed at the bottom of your things-to-do list. One other reason to Continue Reading

Adaptive protection against invisible threats- Tempemail

Corporate endpoint security technologies for mid-sized companies struggle to surprise us with anything brand new. They provide reliable protection against malware and, when combined with relevant policies, regular updates, and employee cyberhygiene, they can shield a business from a majority of cyber-risks. For some, it may seem like you do Continue Reading

How XDR Platforms Are Changing The Game For Ransomware Protection – Tempemail

There seems to be a new ransomware story every day – a new ransomware attack, a new ransomware technique, criminals not providing encryption keys after receiving ransom payments, private data being publicly released by ransomware attackers—it never ends. Just last month, the FBI, the Department of Health and Human Services Continue Reading

Encrypted messaging putting children at risk of abuse, says watchdog | Child protection

The children’s commissioner for England has warned that end-to-end encryption is putting children at risk of abuse, as a survey finds that most eight-year-olds are using messaging apps supposedly restricted to those aged 13 or older. In a report published on Tuesday, Anne Longfield said plans by social media firms Continue Reading

‘These images are a crime scene … it’s massive for us to find the child’ | Child protection

Isobel* has been working throughout lockdown. With her colleagues in the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) analyst room in Cambridge she has been responding to a rising number of tipoffs from the public that child abuse images are circulating online. The work is gruelling. “Today I started at 8.30 and I’ll Continue Reading

ESET Launches ESET Cloud Office Security to Provide Advanced Protection for Microsoft 365 – Tempemail

ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, has today launched ESET Cloud Office Security, a new standalone software as a service solution that provides advanced preventative protection for users of Microsoft 365 applications. The software is designed to reflect the modern role of emails and collaboration tools used within organizations. Microsoft Continue Reading

Protecting Consumers at Every Level with Enhanced Protection for Windows – Tempemail

ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, has today launched new versions of its Windows security products for consumers. The new versions upgrade the protection in ESET Internet Security, ESET NOD32 Antivirus and ESET Smart Security Premium.  The wide range of security improvements covers malware detection, online banking, password security and Continue Reading

Far-right online forum 8chan loses internet after protection services are cut | Technology

The latest incarnation of the hate-filled online forum 8chan was temporarily kicked off the internet on Sunday, after a company protecting the site from DDoS attacks cut its services. The site, which is now called 8kun but was formerly known as 8chan, was back online on Monday morning, security researcher Continue Reading