Let’s make 2016 the year of 2FA

There is one small, little, thing that could make the difference between a secure infrastructure and front-page news – it’s how you authenticate!

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How much does your stolen data go for?

Why would anyone want to hack us? What have we got that can’t be found elsewhere more easily? Yes, those questions are asked countless times in boardrooms of companies both large and small.

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Hack Hall of Shame – April 2016

If March 2016 was the month of Ransomware, April 2016 was surely the month of voter data with more than 140 million records being available online after both the Philippines and the Mexican voter databases were breached.

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Introducing GFI LanGuard 12 – now with a web-based reporting console

Today GFI Software is releasing a new version of GFI LanGuard which is powered by a new web console which takes the product to a whole new level by providing centralized reporting across multiple GFI LanGuard instances.

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Hack Hall of Shame – March 2016

March was certainly the month of ransomware with more medical institutions held at ransom by these kind of cyberattacks.

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Ransomware reloaded: How to keep your company safe

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and there are many things that business can do to prevent falling victim to malware such as ransomware.

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Hack Hall of Shame – February 2016

Maybe it was a fluke of the extra leap day or maybe it’s just the calm before the storm, but February was a relatively quiet month in terms of hacks and cyber-attacks.

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Hack Hall of Shame – January 2016

We started the year with a wave of hacktivism which saw both Anonymous and New World Hacking launching attacks against the likes of Donald Trump, and Saudi Arabian, Thai and Nigerian government websites.

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Hack Hall of Shame – November 2015

November seems to have been the month of DDoS attacks. Targets included several email providers such as HushMail, VPEmail and Protonmail but also attacks against the Tor Network.

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No more Chrome support for Windows XP, Vista and older OS X versions

Google announced the end of Chrome’s support for Windows XP, as well as Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.

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