Cybercriminals know how to phish your employees. This is a simulation of what can actually happen if an employee clicks on an infected email. It just takes one click and your entire network could be held hostage by ransomware, most of the time payable only by bitcoin. Forget about those emails from crooks claiming to be a long lost relative that left you millions of dollars, those are easy to spot. These hackers have gone pro and can even spoof a domain to make the email appear trustworthy. In this example the hacker posed as someone in the IT department and the employee clicked on what he thought was an update without really looking or thinking about it. That malicious link caused a loss in revenue (minimal in this example) but like the boss mentions in the video if the public found out what happened they could lose clients and it would have a negative effect on their reputation. If you're curious about how many employees in YOUR organization have the potential to fall for a similar attack we offer a free test for up to 100 users available here: https://www.knowbe4.com/phishing-security-test-offer. While you there you can also get your free phish alert button for Outlook as shown in the video at the link below. When an employee clicks this button it will 1) delete the suspicious email from the employee's inbox and 2) forward a message including the header to your IT department for further investigation. https://www.knowbe4.com/free-phish-alert Do it right the first time, train all of your employees with proper cyber security awareness training so this doesn't happen to you or your organization!
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You wake up, turn on your computer, and there it is-- A menacing message informing you that the data on your computer is encrypted. The only way to unlock it is to pay up. You're now the victim of Ransomware. Ransomware -- A modern day digital abduction and security expert, Ian Marlow, said these hackers have little sympathy. "The level of non-morality from the people that are using this- They care about the $300 that they are asking for,” said Ian Marlow. A criminal kidnapping used to refer to taking people’s information and paying up. The Ransomware hold-up is similar to the concept of credit and identity theft. "The secret to Ransomware is that it's not what the data is worth to someone else. It's what the data worth to you to pay in order to ransom it,” said Adam Levin, who specializes in credit and identity theft. Examples date back to 2012 with the Reveton strain that claimed a law enforcement agency discovered the computer has been used for illegal activities -- so pay up. There was also Cryptolocker in 2013 where hackers threatened to delete information if you didn't send money to a Bitcoin account. Most of those hacks originated from clicking on an erroneous email or visiting a compromised site. "The old way-- we saw them come through. In this instance, the software itself knows whether you have the vulnerability. It starts to search for everything else that has that vulnerability,” said Ian Marlow. What do you do if the worm finds you? "Immediately turn your computer off to stop infecting the rest of your network," said Marlow. Marlow, who owns of the cybersecurity firm Fitech, said the best defense is early planning for an inevitable attack. "The key is for people to understand and have them segregated from their current network. You're able to restore yourself and not beholden to the ransomware,” he said, “This is here. I guarantee you there's something three steps ahead of this.” --- DAN BOWENS Follow Dan Bowens @danbowensfox5
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Did you know that, every 40 seconds, a company is hit by a ransomware attack? Learn more about protecting employees against such attacks - we'll hear from product marketing manager Lorena Crowley and developer advocate Yufeng Guo as they describe malware protection in Gmail, Drive, Chrome Browser, and Chrome OS. Watch more videos from the Security on Google Cloud playlist here → http://bit.ly/2qj6QEy Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel! → http://bit.ly/GCloudPlatform
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Recent high-profile attacks that exploited encryption and security certificates, such as Heartbleed and Apple “goto fail,” have revealed that many popular implementations of TLS represent the weakest link for all users. Addressing the problem of compromised secure encrypted connections is obviously an imperative for any business that accepts payments. This requires closer examination of the industry processes that help bring encryption and other security products to market. Download the report: http://cs.co/MSR14_Y
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in this video we try to explain what is ransomware?, How to deal with ransomware?, what are the types of ransomware?, what is file encryption? with details example. also show live infected file with ransomware. all in hindi. in this video we covered almost every thing related to ransomware. Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/Niketshahplu... Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de... Other Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/TechVideosIn... Twitter: https://twitter.com/niketplus Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pluspointkalyan Facebook Myself: https://www.facebook.com/niketshahkalyan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pluspointed... Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+NiketSha... Website: https://www.pluspointonline.com Email: [email protected] Online Courses also Available For more details Just call us on : 9768871110..
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I haven't made a video in a long time because we increased our security on the Google spam filter at work. This email slipped through and I got the file. It wasn't ransomware unfortunately. I'm starting a new job as a network engineer next month so I won't be getting any more email viruses from work. I'll still make a video if I get interesting ones sent to my personal email.
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This seems like another paltry tactic designed to destroy the credibility of the targeted individual by forcing the targeted individual to complain, thereby rendering his complaints to appear frivolous while at the same time establishing PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY for the CIA - but it is not. There is method behind everything the CIA does. They have continually altered passwords, etc., to my online accounts to disrupt my communications and part of the reason is to provoke the targeted individual into an emotional response which the CIA & DoD operatives can remotely measure with their Remote Neural Monitoring System for the purpose of establishing a coherent pattern of response statistics which they can then integrate into RNM data. Remember, CIA operatives are caught in an audio recording committing felony obstruction of justice related to a lawsuit filed on account of the medical injuries related to those injuries and this website is the nexus between the approval process for treatment for those injuries and the lawsuit because all medical documents are legal records.. Hence, another disruption has occurred to make it as difficult as possible for me to monitor my medical treatment, benefits to pay for that medical treatment as well as my ability to monitor the approval process for that treatment. I cannot get a new password now because I am outside the states and they only send the password by mail, and my mail is also being continuously disrupted. Moreover, I cannot get a new password sent to my old email account because CIA & DoD operatives hacked that account years ago and I stopped using it and can no longer remember the password because I haven't used it in so long. As such, I have no way of knowing what is happening with my medical treatment by viewing the documents online, etc.. The CIA/NSA operatives engineer and engage in the most trivial paltry tactics imaginable on a daily basis to establish Plausible Deniability while at the same time destroying the credibility of the targeted individual by rendering the complaints of the targeted individual to appear frivolous, because if the trivial complaints of the targeted individual appear frivolous then the more serious complaints of the targeted individual must also appear frivolous. Hence, the target is caught in a CATCH-22! If he doesn't complain and document the complaint then the tactics will never end and if he does then the CIA NSA operatives will make his complaints appear frivolous. The CIA/NSA operatives have a daily protocol and a daily contingency plan in place to daily destroy the credibility of the targeted individual on a daily basis. If the target does 'THIS" then CIA NSA operatives will do 'THAT' and if the target does 'THAT" then CIA NSA operatives will do 'THIS'. They have a daily protocol and daily contingency plan in place to daily destroy the credibility of the targeted individual on a daily basis. Notice most of the disruptions occur when I am trying to post to the internet videos of their directed energy weapon attacks or video evidence of their constant disruptions. If the CIA NSA operatives were not doing it then why would they care if I posted these videos? Because they are doing it and by constantly blocking, staggering, stalling, etc., the internet each and every day the target tries to post evidence of their attacks it helps them establish PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY. When you say the CIA/NSA operatives are attacking you, the CIA/NSA operatives do not then turn around and stop the attacks as that would make them look guilty. Rather they continue the attacks, even increase the attacks, for the purpose of establishing PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY. When you say the CIA/NSA operatives are disrupting your communications, financial transactions, phone calls, etc.,, the CIA/NSA operatives do not then turn around and stop the disruptions as that would make them look guilty. Rather they continue the disruptions, even increase the disruptions, for the purpose of establishing PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY. Examples of PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY include: The CIA NSA are not attacking you. If it was the CIA NSA you would be dead in an instant! The CIA NSA are not disrupting your communications. If it was the CIA NSA you would not even be able to make a phone call or log on the internet! The CIA NSA are not blocking your financial transactions. If it was the CIA NSA you would not even be above to use your credit cards. These are examples of how the CIA NSA establish Plausible Deniability against all targeted individuals while at the same time the CIA NSA engineer and engage in the most paltry and trivial tactics imaginable in order to destroy the credibility of the targeted individual. Bryan Tew 2535 Midway Drive San Diego CA 92110
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Researchers at G DATA have discovered a new type of ransomware. The new ransomware which has been dubbed Petya (after the notification it shows to the user) is the first of its kind to encrypt entire hard drives. The researchers at the G DATA SecurityLabs discovered a set of files which is associated with this new type of ransomware. Ransomware families such as Locky, CryptoWall or TeslaCrypt usually encrypt individual files. Petya targets the entire hard drive instead of individual files or file types. This malware campaign is obviously aiming at companies. In an email application which is sent to the HR department, a Dropbox download link is referenced where allegedly a ‘job application portfolio’ can be downloaded. More information: https://blog.gdatasoftware.com/2016/03/28213-ransomware-petya-encrypts-hard-drives --- G DATA hat einen neuen Typ von Ransomware entdeckt. Als erste Ransomware verschlüsselt Petya Festplatten. Ziel sind Unternehmen. Die Verbreitung erfolgt per Bewerbungs-Mail mit einem Download auf Dropbox. In den G DATA SecurityLabs sind heute Dateien aufgetaucht, die einen neuen Typ von Ransomware zugeordnet werden. Die aktuell gängigen Typen von Ransomware wie z.B. Locky, CryptoWall oder TeslaCrypt verschlüsseln einzelne Dateien. Die neue Ransomware Petya verschlüsselt die Festplatte. Die aktuelle Kampagne zielt auf Unternehmen ab. In einer E-Mail an die Personalabteilung wird auf eine Datei verwiesen, die bei Dropbox liegt. Die Experten der G DATA SecurityLabs haben sich die Ransomware genauer angesehen: https://blog.gdata.de/2016/03/28222-ransomware-petya-verschlusselt-die-festplatte
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With technology becoming a central component of every business, it is a good idea to know how your company IT resources are being used. As an employer, you need to know that your staff is being efficient and that they are using your company assets appropriately. If you have employees that are accessing parts of the web that are know to be sites where you can pick up a virus, they are not only wasting time, those employees are putting the entire company network at risk. Typically, there are two ways to deal with this problem. One way is to block access to entire segments of the web so that employees can not access social media for example. This method does not guarantee that your company computers are being used efficiently however. The second approach, which we cover in this video, is to monitor activity on each work station. For this, we recommend ActivTrak, a light weight program that you can download on each of your company computers that will allow you to see incremental screenshots of the workstation throughout the day. To some this practice will seem intrusive, but the reality is that the cost of recovering from a serious infections such as cryptolocker is far too expensive and this is an effective way to guard your company from that risk. Putting a clear company policy in place that lets employees know that a record is being created of their activity while they are using company resources will help keep everyone focused and honest. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoX1-FnYbyiWeLhnJsRzxTg eTop Technology, Inc. Website - http://www.etoptechnology.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/eTopTech Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/etoptechnology Google + - https://plus.google.com/b/11239737039... LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/etop-technology Phone - (951)398-0021
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Learn More: http://www.productivecorp.com Many industry experts say that ransomware is the number one threat facing the mid-market in 2016. The number of ransomware attacks increased more than fivefold between 2014 and 2016. In this webinar we will explore ransomware, what can be done to protect your environment, and what to do if you fall victim to attack. A few of the topics covered in this 30 minute webinar: The evolution of ransomware - Who are the big players in cyber crime today - Why it isn’t easier to pay the ransom - 6 steps to be better secured from ransomware
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Did you know once a cyber attack happens to your computer or your eCommerce store, the consequences can be devastating for your online work? You can lose data, money, reputation and all your efforts can go down the drain! You can't earn money online if your computer isn't working. So, what can you do? Well, the only thing you can do is arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible and do everything in your power to prevent these attacks. Check out the following highlights of the video: ✔ 1:08 How can these harmful software attacks can cause you problems ✔ 1:39 Learn how online password storage can help you ✔ 1:53 Why you need to avoid sharing passwords ✔ 2:00 Know the what software can help you protect your computer We enjoy helping you learn. Like, Comment & Subscribe to find out more about working online and the eCommerce industry. Want to work from home? We teach online job skills and help you find home-based employment in the eCommerce industry. Learn more: https://ecommerce.university/member-offer Free 30-Day Access: https://ecommerce.university/checkout/?rid=mV1HmV Check us out: News & Stories - https://www.facebook.com/ecommerceuni Student Support - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ecomuni/
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Ring Ø Labs malware report and sample download here: http://www.ringzerolabs.com/2017/08/aes-encrypted-phishing-site.html Ring Ø Labs Analysis Environment Setup: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Onqql1Zz3OE Ring Ø Labs is a Reverse Engineering site dedicated to analyzing malware, researching emergent security topics, and hacking the planet. www.RingZeroLabs.com Here are some approaches in reverse engineering a malware sample: Reverse engineer: The most obvious approach is to completely reverse engineer a piece of malware. This obviously takes a great amount of time, so other approaches are more practical. Exploitation techniques: Another approach you can take is to focus on the exploitation techniques of a piece of malware. Occasionally you will see a piece of malware that is using a new exploitation technique, or is exploiting a zero-day vulnerability. In this case you may be interested only in the specific exploitation technique so you can timebox your analysis and only look at the exploitation mechanisms. Obfuscation: Malware will often obfuscate itself and make itself difficult to analyze. You might come across malware that you have seen before without obfuscation. In that case you may only want to focus on reverse engineering the new parts. Encryption methods: A common type of malware these days is ransomware. Ransomware essentially encrypts the victim's files and locks them up so that they can't be accessed or read. Oftentimes the authors of ransomware will make mistakes when they implement the encryption mechanisms. So if you focus your research on the encryption mechanisms you might be able to find weaknesses in their implementation and/or you might be able to find hard-coded keys or weak algorithms. C&C communication: This is something that is pretty commonly done when looking at malware. Analysts often want to figure out what the communication protocol is between a piece of malware on the client's side and the server on the command and control side. The communication protocol can actually give you a lot of hints about the malware’s capabilities. Attribution: Murky area - kind of like a dark art. It usually involves a lot of guesswork, knowledge of malicious hacking teams and looking at more than one piece of malware. Categorization and clustering: You can reverse engineer malware from a broader point of view. This involves looking at malware in bulk and doing a broad-stroke analysis on lots of different malware, rather than doing a deep dive. Techniques Now, let’s look at techniques that can be utilized while analyzing malware. First of all, we use static analysis. This is the process of analyzing malware or binaries without actually running them. It can be as simple as looking at metadata from a file. It can range from doing disassembly or decompilation of malware code to symbolic execution, which is something like virtual execution of a binary without actually executing it in a real environment. Conversely, dynamic analysis is the process of analyzing a piece of malware when you are running it in a live environment. In this case, you are often looking at the behavior of the malware and looking at the side effects of what it is doing. You are running tools like process monitor and sysmon to see what kinds of artifacts a piece of malware produces after it is run. We also use automated analysis. Oftentimes if you are looking at malware you want to automate things just to speed up the process to save time. However, use caution, as with automated analysis sometimes things get missed because you are trying to do things generically. If a piece of malware contains things like anti-debugging routines or anti-analysis mechanisms, you may want to perform a manual analysis. You need to pick the right tools for the job. DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK. We (including YouTube) will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to others resulting from attempting anything shown in any our videos. We do not endorse any specific product and this video is not an attempt to sell you a good or service. These videos are free to watch and if anyone attempts to charge for this video notify us immediately. By viewing or flagging this video you are acknowledging the above.
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Spear phishing is the most prevalent and successful tactic used in advanced targeted attacks. In fact, ninety-one percent of targeted attacks use spear phishing.1 In recent years, the vast majority of data breaches have begun with spear phishing. To counter this, employees must be empowered and equipped to defend against targeted phishing attacks that reach their inboxes. PhishLabs can help with T2 Employee Defense Training, a fully managed phishing awareness training service that uses our extensive insight into real-world phishing threats to transform your employees into your most powerful security asset. Client: PhishLabs Production Company: LooseKeys Producer: Brad Chmielewski Illustration: Jake Williams Animation: Jake Williams Sound Design: Maeve Price Software: Adobe After Effects & Adobe Illustrator
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FREE: Your Organization's Security Checklist: https://bit.ly/2FwTidL Look, we're going to refrain from the obvious joke here, mmkay? No jokes about fishing, and no your bank account isn't the whale (or maybe it is?). Phishing is a real problem and can, over time, and with the right measured attack, do real damage to your bank account or that of your organization. The good news is there are things you can do: 1. Don't click the links. No matter how tempting. 2. Train your employees to understand what phishing looks like, and how to be smart (we give you some tips in the video). And that's pretty much it! Be smart out there, and let us know what you think in the comments. Got any creative phishing email stories you want to share? Comment! Is there anything you're dealing with that we can talk about? We're always looking for new ideas to help organizations create business results from their IT, and we want to hear from you. Comment below or email us [email protected] Our website: www.awecomm.com Our Facebook: www.facebook.com/awecomm Thanks!
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Secure your web site with both industry-standard 128-bit encryption and high grade 256-bit encryption with an SSL certificate. Remember it's http://www.DomainCart.com
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Australia Post announced that their new Parcel Send App, which allows the user to Pay for postage and order a pick up, all from their mobile device is ready to download. You can download the App now from the Play Store.
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Report Everalbum immediately to FBI, Law Enforcement. Everalbum steals your personal information. One lawyer who’s looking investigating Everalbum for TCPA violations, Marc Phelps, says he has talked with customers who claimed the app used to invite everyone in their contact list without permission, but that has since changed in the new version. But again, this is based on users’ recollections, not screenshots. Everalbum is a virus. Everalbum spam. Everalbum scam. Phish. Phishing. Charlie Melbye, the co-founder of the Everalbum loves to steal people's private information. Andrew Dudum will do anything to get your money. Anything. The TCPA, or Telephone Consumer Protection Act, requires consent in writing from a recipient of any marketing SMS messages. Everalbum may or may not be getting the consent of the sender, but it’s definitely not getting the recipient’s consent. That said, TCPA claims have not held up in court. Courts have dismissed TCPA suits against WhisperText, Shopkick, Life360, Lyft, and others, because the app’s users have to affirmatively agree to invite their friends by selecting them in the app, as is the case with Everalbum today. But Phelps believes if the app wasn’t asking permission in a prior version, there may be room to sue. He says the firm has not filed yet, however. Up till 5 AM this Sunday morning, I had no idea what everalbum was but I got a text message from a complete stranger saying I've been invited to see MY album on there and given a link. I was groggy and ignored it but then the next hour I got another text message with the same message and a different link so now I'm up and was going through their twitter and it seems I'm not alone. There are other people complaining about getting SMS spam and there are others complaining that "one false button click" ended up sending junk to every contact on their list. In my case after googling the name of the person I think I may have talked to them 6 years ago and am still on their contact list or something so it's plausible they have the app and accidentally clicked on the wrong link but it's pretty shitty of company to even have the option to spam everybody in your contact list and for that alone, I hope this company goes away. Anyway, if any of you actually use this "service", watch out and don't spam your friends and colleagues. Yup. Got me too. Methinks these guys pushed out a big, big ugly bug in a recent software update. Here's what I posted on Facebook about it: ":::PLEASE SHARE::: if you get a random text from a random number saying that I or anyone else shared an album with your photos or DO NOT CLICK ON IT or try to use the app called EverAlbum. It spam texted every contact in my phone at 6am on a Sunday morning. That's thousands of people because I'm a professional musician and network for a living and includes my exhusband's mother, my grandparents, my famous colleagues, two stalkers, ex boyfriends, enemies, friends, family... Everyone. It's probably a bug that was introduced to their software as a feature test or something that was rolled out yesterday. Spread the word, friends. #EverAlbum #2016Spam #ClassActionLawsuitToComeIBet #Mortified"
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http://justynalam.net/marketing-business/social-media-marketing/facebook-marketing-spamming-marketing/ Facebook marketing can be powerful and a lot of marketers are making sorry attempts at marketing on facebook. They go out and start marketing their business opportunity to all thier friends. They post their business opportunities on group walls, on friends walls and send messages with offering their business opportunities. Many are working very hard to promote their business opportunities and products with little or no success. The failure with Facebook marketing is due to the fact that they are not marketing on Facebook but spamming. That's right, you're not getting leads from Facebook because you're spamming people. The following are examples of spam massages: Example 1. "Hey thanks for connecting. You seem like a very nice person. I would like to shate with you a fantastic oppportunity. The compensation plan is the best in the industry and the products are amazing. Blah, blah, blah" As soon as I get to the "opportunity" I stop reading and delete the message. Trust me I'm not the only one. Example 2. "Hi, I want to share with you this fabulous business opportunity, its the best compensation plan and it cost nothing to join." Guess what, this message is quickly deleted. Example 3. "Hi, you want to join a business?" I've been a recepiant of messages like this and I just delete them as quickly as possible. If you ever sent any of these types of messages or posts on your friends Facebook you actually spammed them. This is a mistake that even the best netowrk marketers have done in the beginning but quickly learned that this is not a way to market on Facebook and other social media sites. You should ask yourself this question. Why should any one join you or your business? They dont know you, dont trust you and most people on Facebook really dont care about your business opportunity. Think of Facebook as a social party a get together with friends. You have interesting conversations, share useful information, network and socialize with other marketers. When you try to sell to everyone you encounter you will become the person to be avoided and risk getting blocked or banned for Facebook if people start complaining. Facebook marketing is about growing your brand, not branding your business opportunity, its about sharing value with your friends and build trust and relationships. You friends will appreciate this and start trusting you as the person who is not just another network marketer promoting an opportunity but as someone giving away valuable information. Stop annoying people on Facebook and stop spamming, concentrate on promoting yourself as a leader by sharing valuable informationg that many marketers need to start creating success. It is the only way to market on Facebook to create results. Branding yourself is essential to marketing successfully on Facebook, but you first have to educate yourself in internet marketing and social medial marketing. Click on this link now to get a free 1 hour webinar showing you http://vid.FastTrackMarketingSuccess.com
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This video is a little different. It's a sample 30 minute client-facing training on safe computing practices and avoiding viruses. It includes a brief discussion of policies and practices we have implemented at client offices. Presented as I have presented at client offices. Download the slides in PDF format and the sample PowerPoint presentation here: http://smallbizthoughts.com/events/Palachuk-SafeComputing.zip - And you can always email me at Small Biz Thoughts.
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Innovative digital transformation requires effective digital resilience. Protecting your reputation, competitive advantage and operational capabilities from cyber-attack is now ‘business as usual’ for organisations. It’s fundamentally a human issue and not just about technology. The stark reality is that 90% of cyber-attacks succeed because of human error - the unwitting actions of any member of staff, irrespective of their role or seniority. Everyone in your organisation has a specific and vital part to play in protecting your most valuable and precious information. Our people and their behaviours must sit at the heart of any effective cyber resilience response. It requires a balanced and collaborative approach across the entire organisation – embedding the awareness, insight and skills that will make you more effective in mitigating the cyber-risks you face. So how can you develop, embed and sustain the resilient behaviours you require across your workforce? In this webinar Vicki Gavin, Compliance Director at The Economist Group and Nick Wilding, General Manager, Cyber Resilience, AXELOS Global Best Practice will discuss: The people vulnerability – the stories and the facts Why typical cyber security awareness training methods are failing us What good cyber resilience can look like The principles and benefits of adopting a new approach to behaviour change. The webinar is designed for leaders and managers in Information Security, HR, Learning and Development, Governance, Risk and Compliance. Find out more about Digital Leaders here: http://digileaders.com/
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Views: 1887 LangueDeGeek Youtuber-Bitcoin-Crypto-Tech
General Data Protection Regulation states that European citizens have the right to request for access to their personal data, and that photos of themselves are considered personal data. With a large database of photos, companies run the risk of running afoul of regulations which can cost many millions in fines. During this session, we will demonstrate how we use Machine Learning to solve this problem at different levels through facial recognition models and categorization of unstructured data. MLAI201 Event schedule → http://g.co/next18 Watch more Machine Learning & AI sessions here → http://bit.ly/2zGKfcg Next ‘18 All Sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/Allsessions Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel! → http://bit.ly/NextSub
Views: 550 Google Cloud Platform
Atif Mushtaq, CEO, SlashNext sits down with John Furrier for a CUBEConversation at theCUBE Studio in Palo Alto, CA.
Views: 443 SiliconANGLE theCUBE
DevOps is about a continuous flow of value and functionality into your customers hands. With technologies like continuous delivery pipelines you can deploy to production in record time. But how do you tie the agility with the continuous monitoring needed to ensure that your applications are highly available and delivering value to your customers? Can you take it a step further and use the continuous deployment and continuous monitoring for continuous improvement? Can the value indeed flow all the way to your end user; can you identify customer cohorts, the needs of each cohort and improve conversion rates? Learn how to do all this and more with the built-in Azure Monitor and Azure DevOps services.
Views: 105 Microsoft Ignite
Rob Joyce, Chief, Tailored Access Operations, National Security Agency From his role as the Chief of NSA's Tailored Access Operation, home of the hackers at NSA, Mr. Joyce will talk about the security practices and capabilities that most effectively frustrate people seeking to exploit networks. A transcript of this talk is available: https://www.usenix.org/conference/enigma2016/conference-program/presentation/joyce Sign up to find out more about Enigma conferences: https://www.usenix.org/conference/enigma2016#signup Watch all Enigma 2016 videos at: http://enigma.usenix.org/youtube
Views: 124349 USENIX Enigma Conference
Amped TAP-EX2 Wireless Extender 2015 Review To subscribe to The Gadget Professor show noted go to http://www.thegadgetprofessor.com Welcome to The Gadget Professor Show #226 hosted by Don Baine, produced by Mike Baine-Amped TAP-EX2 Wireless Extender Up to 10,000 sq ft of Wi-Fi Coverage. Penetrate walls and eliminate dead spots with amplified Wi-Fi technology. Great for large buildings and backyards. AirPlay®, AirPrint™, & Home Sharing. Ultra-Fast AC Wi-Fi Speeds Supports next gen 802.11ac Wi-Fi for lag-free streaming of videos, music and data throughout your home or office. Compatible with all Apple networking features. We also feature free weekly apps, software,and tech news. For some amazing bundle deals on DataVideo gear check out and call www.mmcom.com Visit The Gadget Professor on Facebook www.facebook.com/gadgetprofessor – check it out and LIKE him! Subscribe Today: Video Download the Show File Sign up for the Newsletter be sure to choose Gadget Professor Follow The Gadget Professor @gadgetprofessor on Twitter Sign up for the Newsletter be sure to choose Gadget Professor Email the Gadget Professor at: [email protected] Twitter: @gadgetprofessor RebelMouse: https://www.rebelmouse.com/gadgetprofessor
Views: 557 Don Baine
Latest security report identifies security trends and priorities for Australia and Asia Pacific organisations in 2016 and provides insights into the actions that businesses can make to reduce and control these threats. For the full report visit telstra.com/cyberreport
Views: 778 Telstra Enterprise
Attorney General Lynch Announces Investigation into Baltimore Police Department
Views: 1008 The Justice Department
The United States joined with the five Gulf states in announcing a settlement to resolve civil claims against BP arising from the April 20, 2010 Macondo well blowout and the massive oil spill that followed in the Gulf of Mexico.
Views: 743 The Justice Department
This webinar discusses security and disaster recovery best practices that ensure your business goes on after disaster hits. Topics include: Understanding the leading causes of down time and their effects, how to define best practices for robust Disaster Recovery how Armor’s solution limits down time, decreases recovery time and reduces associated costs
Views: 114 Armor
Jose Bravo demonstrates how Trusteer Apex can help prevent corporate credentials from being "phished," shared outside the corporation, or compromised by keyloggers.
Views: 142 IBM Developer
http://simplex-it.com/ When Do You Know Your IT is Obsolete? Why upgrade when everything still works? What are the consequences of not updating your software? HOw does this impact your business? Bob Coppedge from Simplex-IT answers these questions and talks about some new technologies.
Views: 96 Bob Coppedge
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malware 00:01:46 1 Purposes 00:04:52 2 Infectious malware 00:05:50 3 Concealment 00:06:14 3.1 Viruses 00:06:51 3.2 Screen-locking ransomware 00:07:28 3.3 Trojan horses 00:09:09 3.4 Rootkits 00:10:23 3.5 Backdoors 00:11:34 3.6 Evasion 00:13:16 4 Vulnerability 00:13:45 4.1 Security defects in software 00:15:26 4.2 Insecure design or user error 00:17:48 4.3 Over-privileged users and over-privileged code 00:19:50 4.4 Use of the same operating system 00:21:03 5 Anti-malware strategies 00:21:35 5.1 Anti-virus and anti-malware software 00:25:58 5.2 Website security scans 00:26:29 5.3 "Air gap" isolation or "parallel network" 00:27:33 6 Grayware 00:29:08 7 History of viruses and worms 00:31:07 8 Academic research Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.8761284569161241 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-C "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Malware (a portmanteau for malicious software) is any software intentionally designed to cause damage to a computer, server, client, or computer network. Malware does the damage after it is implanted or introduced in some way into a target's computer and can take the form of executable code, scripts, active content, and other software. The code is described as computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses, ransomware, spyware, adware, and scareware, among other terms. Malware has a malicious intent, acting against the interest of the computer user—and so does not include software that causes unintentional harm due to some deficiency, which is typically described as a software bug. Programs officially supplied by companies can be considered malware if they secretly act against the interests of the computer user. For example, Sony sold the Sony rootkit, which contained a Trojan horse embedded into CDs that silently installed and concealed itself on purchasers' computers with the intention of preventing illicit copying. It also reported on users' listening habits, and unintentionally created vulnerabilities that were then exploited by unrelated malware.One strategy for protecting against malware is to prevent the malware software from gaining access to the target computer. For this reason, antivirus software, firewalls and other strategies are used to help protect against the introduction of malware, in addition to checking for the presence of malware and malicious activity and recovering from attacks.
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As technology advances, the impact of cybercrime is becoming more costly and frequent. Law enforcement, government, industry, and individual citizens all play a vital role in mitigating adverse impact to our schools, communities, and personal well-being. Incidents ensue through every day ‘phishing’ emails masked behind trusted sources, in infected websites that unknowingly capture personal information when entered, and as persuasive links that lock files until a ransom is paid. Week 3 focuses on the signs of criminal intent through technology and what individuals can do to detect and prevent cybercrime. Learn More at aacc.edu/cybersafe
Views: 131 AACC
INSIGHTS explores cyber-security in this modern age of data. Your new big screen smart TV looks innocent enough. But Wikileaks’ latest raft of documents alleged the CIA had created tools to turn smart TVs into bugging devices. Vizio and Netflix already admitted to tracking customer behavior through TV’s. Our smartphones and computers can be targeted by hackers. But you have more control over these intrusions and criminal acts than you might imagine.
Views: 135 PBSHawaiiorg