King Price and Secura Launch Emergency Response App in South Africa – Tempemail

King Price and Secura have introduced an app-based emergency response service, code red, in South Africa. In an emergency situation, app users can hit the panic button and the nearest armed response or emergency service vehicle will be dispatched. Code red taps into a network of more than 280 armed Continue Reading

Prince Harry demands urgent social media reform in response to Capitol riots- Tempemail

The Duke of Sussex discussed the dangers of unregulated social media use in a new question-and-answer interview with Fast Company, where he was asked whether his opinions regarding the impact of social media on our society have changed in light of the riots. Referencing an essay he’d previously written for Continue Reading

Download the Essential Guide to Response Automation – Tempemail

In the classic children’s movie ‘The Princess Bride,’ one of the characters utters the phrase, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” It’s freely used as a response to someone’s misuse or misunderstanding of a word or phrase. “Response Automation” is Continue Reading

Managed Detection and Response Services – An Effective Defence to Knockout Sophisticated Cyberattacks – Tempemail

The accelerated adoption of cloud, digital transformation and remote working, in the wake of the ongoing pandemic, has expanded the attack surface for cybercriminals. Adversaries are also changing their tactics, techniques and procedures to increasingly launch cyberattacks that combine automation with active human interaction or “hands-on keyboard” hacking. In these Continue Reading

Karim Benzema: Real Madrid star’s cryptic response to being caught telling teammate not to pass to Vinicius Junior- Tempemail

The interaction was shown when the players were waiting to come out for the second half in Madrid’s Champions League encounter against Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday night, which ended in a 2-2 draw. It suggested he told his teammate that the Brazilian youngster was “playing against” his own team with Continue Reading

A Handy Guide for Choosing a Managed Detection & Response (MDR) Service – Tempemail

Every company needs help with cybersecurity. No CISO ever said, “I have everything I need and am fully confident that our organization is fully protected against breaches.” This is especially true for small and mid-sized enterprises that don’t have the luxury of enormous cybersecurity budgets and a deep bench of Continue Reading

The Next Level of Prevention, Detection and Response [New Guide] – Tempemail

One new security technology we keep hearing about is Extended Detection and Response (XDR). This new technology merges multiple prevention and detection technologies on a single platform to better understand threat signals so that you don’t need to purchase, integrate, and manage various control and integration technologies. Think of XDR Continue Reading

Incident Response Analyst Report of 2019- Tempemail

 Download full report (PDF) As an incident response service provider, Kaspersky delivers a global service that results in global visibility of adversaries’ cyber-incident tactics and techniques used in the wild. In this report, we share our teams’ conclusions and analysis based on incident responses and statistics from 2019. As well Continue Reading

How Incident Response Companies Choose IR Tools – Tempemail

Many companies today have developed a Cybersecurity Incident Response (IR) plan. It’s a sound security practice to prepare a comprehensive IR plan to help the organization react to a sudden security incident in an orderly, rational manner. Otherwise, the organization will develop a plan while frantically responding to the incident, Continue Reading

The UK’s app failure sums up our fatally flawed coronavirus response | John Naughton | Opinion

I’ve just been looking at the coronavirus death toll in various countries as tallied on the Johns Hopkins University Covid-19 tracker. At the time I checked, the UK had 45,407 deaths, Poland had 1,642, Ireland had 1,753, New Zealand had 1,555 and Greece had – wait for it – 197. Continue Reading