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Day: January 11, 2018

Danger Rises of Fileless Attacks on Your Devices and the Cloud

Danger Rises of Fileless Attacks on Your Devices and the Cloud Path of a Fileless Attack CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: In recent Fileless attacks, such as Ransomware, are easier and more effective than traditional malware-based threats and present a growing challenge to business goals. Cybercriminals take the path of least resistance, which is why more people are

How Blockchain Could Replace Social Security Numbers

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: One thing has become clear when Equifax is offended and the countless others endanger the privacy of Americans: it is time to get out of social security numbers. But the natural follow-up question – “What is the alternative?” Is where things get complicated. We can have a digital national ID card

Why You To Update Your Software and Patch Vulnerabilities Now

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: Cybercriminals often exploit weaknesses or vulnerabilities in the software, web and mobile applications we use or download on our computers, tablets, smartphones (increasingly powering the back end of our smart home appliances) To crack your device, steal your personal information, and in many cases, conduct identity fraud. As an advocate, there

Cybersecurity Showdown: Why the Military Is Preparing for a New Kind of War

 CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: The 2018  passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)is recently signed into law by the president, includes, nested in Title XVI , Subtitle C, provisions, a requirement that the White House and the DOD meaningfully investigate, consider, and establish national standards and guidance in the cybersecurity and cyber-warfare space. They