Posts Tagged 'cybercrime'

Toys offer a unique insight into a time, place and culture that has come and gone. While the Romans had small wooden horses and the Victorians had porcelain dolls, today’s children are exposed to a danger unique to their generation: Internet-connected toys that enable cybercrime. Exhibit A: the Fisher-Price Smart Toy Bear. On the surface, […]

Coauthored by Raj Samani, Chief Technology Officer of Intel Security’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa division Recent reports of electricity outages across the Ukraine has led to significant speculation regarding the specific malware that was used to disrupt supplies. Intel Security’s approach in understanding this event included making contact with the impacted organization to offer […]

We hope that you’re stoked about expanding your knowledge about data exfiltration. In blog 4, we’re serving up another meaty topic—we’ll be looking at how exactly data walks out the door. Cybercriminals are exploiting the rapidly growing cloud computing trend. Thieves will go where the valuables are, so the cloud is their new frontier, but […]

One constant in cybersecurity is the continual rise of sophistication and creativity of attackers. In 2016, we will see a fundamental expansion of their techniques, including the rise of integrity attacks. The industry has become accustomed to traditional availability and confidentiality attacks, which are typically crude but often effective. Denial of service attacks, for example, undermine […]

At Intel Security, we are happy to be part of Data Privacy Day.  Data Privacy Day an international effort to promote awareness about respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. Want to be #PrivacyAware? Here are some steps you can take to help protect your privacy while online. Update! To keep your data secure and […]