Posts Tagged 'malware'

A Parent’s Handy Primer on Cyber Vocabulary – Part IV Aaaaaand, we are back! *drum rolls* This week’s topic is not only the continuation of our primer; but also, the last of it! Let us quickly brush up on the topic of discussion – our dated cyber vocabulary. Many of us might not be aware […]

Earlier this week, a new vulnerability was discovered, potentially afflicting up to 950 million Android devices. This accounts for nearly all of active Android users. And what’s more shocking, it all started with a text message. Allow me to introduce you to “Stagefright,” the latest vulnerability to make cybersecurity headlines. Stagefright, a security hole freshly […]

Limiter et protéger votre entreprise contre les attaques de type Dridex peut se faire à différents niveaux d’interception : Fichiers, Registre, URL et IP, et celà à travers plusieurs technologies des gammes de produits Intel Security. La protection contre ce type de codes malveillants extrêment volatile nécessite une approche multi niveaux et une coordination entre les différents […]

Using the right technology, we can defeat the malicious exploitation of Flash and return it to its full superhero status. Flash is everywhere. Not the DC Comics superhero with impossible speed, but the Adobe multimedia and software platform that is ubiquitous in our digital lives. While criminals hate the superhero Flash, they appear to love […]

This is the third of three parts about root of trust and the Internet of Things. In Part 1 and Part 2, I covered how root of trust is an important approach to managing risk in virtualized network—especially compliance risks. The first two posts in this series examined several reasons to consider root-of-trust technologies. In […]