ransomware attack

How To Troubleshoot Ransomware Attack?

Cyber world is full of amazement, fear and malicious vectors. Growing online access has also invited many threats to online security that have induced organizations to think over online security as well internal IT infrastructure. If you see around you will find many types of threats, vulnerabilitie
whatsapp for desktop

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper May 16, 2016

WhatsApp launched Desktop Version A leading messaging application WhatsApp has launched desktop version for both windows and mac platform. Earlier, WhatsApp has launched a web client that can run through your browser that allows a user to run WhatsApp on the desktop. The new desktop version is ap
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Cyber Insurance to Protect Business Against Uncertainties

Traditional insurance companies fight against physical types of risks and threats that we face in our day to day life. However, our world has digitized to a great extent in the past few years that has made us exposed even to nonphysical types of risks that come from the World Wide Web. These issues
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ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper May 9, 2016

Swiss Defense Ministry witnessed a Cyber Attack Swiss Defense ministry faced a cyber-attack that was actually happened in January 2016. However, the attack was avoided and the sensitive information was remained intact. It is believed that economic spying was the reason for this attack. The Governme
identity governance

Identity Governance: A Crucial Tool to Manage Important Data

Advanced technologies are being used extensively by businesses and individuals in the present times. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), cloud computing and social media are some of the services that are being used for commercial benefits. All these new technical applications have warranted the proper man
Goldcorp Data Breach

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper May 2, 2016

The USA Supreme Court authorized FBI to hack any global PC The Supreme Court of the USA has changed its Rule 41 and approved the right to hack any computer across the world whether it is in their jurisdiction or outside the jurisdiction. Earlier this was limited to only US jurisdiction but from n
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ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper April 25, 2016

Opera announced Free VPN service for Browser Opera has taken an initiative to launch built-in browser based VPN service for every user. A VPN service will be available at free of cost and equipped with 256-bit encryption. Such VPN service will protect against unsafe browsing and leaking data over
Advanced Persistent Threat

Expel Mythic and Dispel Advanced Persistent Threat

An Advanced Persistent Threat is a sophisticated, ceaseless, coordinated attack on a computer network, with the goal of stealing intellectual property. The Air Force of United States first used the term in the year 2006. The term advanced persistent threat or APT is even used to refer to a person or