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isBuzznews

December 14, 2017  |  isBuzznews, Travis Farral

2018 Predictions – From Cryptocurrency Mining To ‘Fileless’ Attacks

Cryptocurrency mining will become one of the major monetisation avenues for attackers as more and more attacks and malware include mining functionality to generate revenue. In particular a focus will be on in-browser mining that will be the result of website attacks. A simple few lines of Javascript can cause...
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Computer Business Review

December 13, 2017  |  Computer Business Review, Tom Ball

Cybersecurity in 2018: Expect GDPR fines, more breaches and an AI arms race

With 2018 fast approaching, here we are at the end of a tumultuous year in the world of cybersecurity. Attacks have been launched on infrastructure and democracy, mainstream media attention has been snatched and billions of sets of data have been plundered.Ransomware has played a major role in the 2017 devastation,...
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theCsuite

December 11, 2017  |  theCsuite, Travis Farral

2018 predictions – from cryptocurrency mining to ‘fileless’ attacks

Cryptocurrency mining will become one of the major monetisation avenues for attackers as more and more attacks and malware include mining functionality to generate revenue. In particular a focus will be on in-browser mining that will be the result of website attacks. A simple few lines of Javascript can cause...
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Khaleej Times

December 11, 2017  |  Khaleej Times, Issac John

UBF initiatives help ward off cyber attacks

The UAE's banking sector has been successful in warding off major cyber attacks despite increasing threats, the UAE Banks Federation, or UBF, said on Monday. Nasser Sarris, General Manager of UBF, said banks body, a representative forum comprising 48 member banks operating in the UAE, has taken all possible efforts...
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albawaba

December 11, 2017  |  albawaba

UAE Banks Federation Addresses Cybersecurity Challenges at ‘Himaya’ Forum

More than 100 information security and cybersecurity experts attended ‘HIMAYA - Cyber Threat Intelligence Collaboration’ forum, hosted by UAE Banks Federation (UBF), a professional representative body comprising 48 member banks operating in the UAE, in association with Al-Iktissad Wal-Aamal, on Monday, 11th December, at Conrad Hotel, Dubai.The one-day...
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Fintech Finance

December 8, 2017  |  Fintech Finance, Alexander Beattie

Combating Cyber Threats in Financial Services with Contextual Threat Intelligence

Recent announcements of data breaches at Equifax and Deloitte have reinvigorated the cross-sector push for organisations to further bolster their cyber security postures. This remains particularly apparent in financial services where companies continue to fervently invest in the necessary tools and expertise to enhance their security environments. According to a...
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theCSuite

December 4, 2017  |  theCSuite

Stolen credentials of FTSE 100 employees tripled in 2017

Anomali has released a new report that identifies major security trends threatening the FTSE 100*. The volume of credential exposures has dramatically increased to 16,583 from April to July 2017, compared to 5,275 last year’s analysis. 77% of the FTSE 100 were exposed, with an average of 218 usernames and password stolen, published or sold...
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isBuzznews

November 29, 2017  |  isBuzznews

Stolen Credentials Of FTSE 100 Employees Tripled In 2017

Anomali, has today released a new report that identifies major security trends threatening the FTSE 100*. The volume of credential exposures has dramatically increased to 16,583 from April to July 2017, compared to 5,275 last year’s analysis. 77% of the FTSE 100 were exposed, with an average of 218 usernames and password stolen, published or...
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Help Net Security

November 29, 2017  |  Help Net Security

Surge in exposed credentials puts companies at risk

The volume of credential exposures has increased to 16,583 from April to July 2017, compared to 5,275 last year’s analysis by Anomali. 77% of the FTSE 100 were exposed, with an average of 218 usernames and password stolen, published or sold per company. In most cases the loss of credentials occurred on...
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Finextra

November 29, 2017  |  Finextra

Banks are top targets for employee credential thieves

The banking sector accounts for nearly a quarter of all exposed employee IDs and passwords at FTSE 100 companies, according to analysis from cyber security firm Anomali. With the Equifax and Deloitte hacks fresh in the memory, Anomali scoured the dark web and hacker forums, finding 16,583 credential exposures related to FTSE 100...
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