Hacking and Linux Go Together Like 2 Keys in a Key Pair

Ever since taking an interest Linux, with the specific aim of better understanding and enhancing my personal digital security, I have been fascinated by hacker conferences. As soon as I learned of their existence, I made a point of keeping tabs on the major conferences so I could browse through the latest videos in their … Read more

Automating Security Operations: What It Takes to Defend Against Something Like WannaCry

A major challenge facing security vendors today is that most solutions and products are developed based on knowledge of previous threats that already exist. This makes many security solutions reactive by their very design, which is not a tenable strategy for facing the volume of new attacks and strategies arising today. Read full news article … Read more

Flexera Issues New Warning about Future Ransomware Attacks Like WannaCry: Vulnerabilities are Increasing, and Users Aren’t Patching as

New Secunia Research@Flexera Country Report reveals the number of OS vulnerabilities is increasing, while users are losing ground patching them As the fallout from the #WannaCry ransomware attack continues to reverberate around the world, a new report by software vulnerability and patch management expert, Flexera, has an ominous warning for companies and individuals: the threat … Read more

Creepy Or Cool? Twitter Is Tracking Where You’ve Been, What You Like And Is Telling Advertisers

Tweeters are freaking out over an updated Twitter privacy policy and some new site features that allow it to share a load of telling personal information with advertisers. That includes one feature where Twitter has gone over users’ “profile and activity” to determine what interests they have. Read full news article on Forbes.com