Tag Archives: Anti-Virus

Countering APT with CyberShield Secure

29 Oct

I recently read the book “Advance Persistent Threat: Understanding the Danger and How to Protect your Organization”. The following paragraph in the introductory Chapter really stood out for me:
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Is the Cyber Attack on Barclays a Good Sign?

21 Sep

In recent weeks we have seen two cyber attacks on banks in the UK, involving physical access to the bank. First Santander, and then Barclays:

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Diode Applications: Secure Windows Updates

27 Aug

In this blog series, I have been exploring applications for Data Diodes.  This week, I look at the issue of getting Windows Updates into a segregated network — securely.
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Nexor Merlin – PDF Wizardry in G-Cloud

30 Jul

In the blog Documents: a Hackers Gateway to your Enterprise I discuss a new approach to reducing the risk of malware embedded in documents, as anti-virus solutions are no longer that effective.

The concepts introduced in the blog are now expanded upon in a Nexor Briefing document Preventing Document-Based Malware from Devastating your Business.

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Documents: a Hackers Gateway to your Enterprise

30 Apr

Your business, just like Nexor, probably uses documents as a key tool in sharing and disseminating information. As we have known for a very long time now documents can be a source of security infection, but technology does not see to be coping very well in protecting against it – UNTIL NOW.

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Does Cyber Hype offer Hope

17 Jul

In the last few weeks we have seen another round of cyber security hype:

Does this help the cause, identified in the National Security Strategy of increasing the education and awareness of cyber security?

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