How to deal with a Data Breach case in your Business

When dealing with a data breach in your Business, you must take specific measures to protect the company from further attacks. Of course, as we have mentioned in previous articles, prevention is the best defense to avoid such a case. But what if the bad has already happened? Some steps may vary depending on the nature of the attack. For instance, whether there’s a breach of any personal information. What you should do in your company in the case of…

Three new Cyber Attack cases in Europe took place in May 2022

Dealing with cyber attacks and personal data breaches is essentially a never-ending struggle. Such incidents of cyber attacks will always happen on a constant level, so their prevention and treatment must always be in place. According to itgovernance.eu, 77 public security incidents were recorded last May, corresponding to 49,782,129 file breaches. In this article, we will mention three significant cases of cyber attacks that have taken place in Europe. The “war” on cybersecurity will not end anytime soon… You can…

Useful Tips on Cybersecurity

In this article, we will look at some useful tips on Cybersecurity to be safe from any danger. Undoubtedly, almost every aspect of our lives are online, specifically from the simple purchase of goods to sending emails to friends and relatives. Also, with so much of our personal information on our devices, protecting them from cyberattacks is essential. There are tips on improving Cybersecurity but do not feel pressured to apply them all at once and overwhelm yourself. After all,…

New EU proposals for a regulation laying down measures on cybersecurity

The new EU proposal on cybersecurity rules aims to strengthen the resilience and capacity to deal with cyber threats and incidents. The EU Commission proposed new rules for introducing joint cybersecurity and information security measures across all EU institutions and bodies. This proposal aims to strengthen the resilience and capacity to deal with cyber threats and incidents. The proposal also seeks to ensure a resilient and secure EU public administration. Institutions also need to treat a growing cyber-malicious activity in…

YARA rules as a service against Malware attacks

YARA rules are a very important weapon in the “war” against Malware attacks. These rules are essential for detecting malware (or other files). Their main feature is the creation of conditions that require specific features. It is essential to address Malware Attacks. Yara Rules helps to this way. Malicious Ransomware attacks cannot go unnoticed. In 2021 there was a significant and alarming wave of attacks against organisms of all sizes. The primary purpose of the attacks is to block access…

The Importance of SIEM Systems on Cyber Security

The security information and event management (SIEM) system section is in the middle of a rapid evolution. The way security analysts interact with SIEM platforms is changing. As a result, it completely redefines the SIEM categoryfor buyers today. These changes are a natural reflection of the fact that use cases and functionality required from securitymonitoring and analytics are growing broader. These changes are a natural reflection of the expansion of use cases and requirements. Also, the cybersecurity analysts of the…

10 worst Ransomware attacks for 2021 and how to prevent them.

No kind of industry is safe from Ransomware attacks. Every computer file is in danger of being encrypted. In 2021, there was a significant observation of an alarming wave of Ransomware attacks. Cybersecurity professionals have learned that Ransomware is a type of malware. Its primary purpose is to keep your files or computer “hostage” and prevent access to a computer system until the payment of a large amount of money. These files will get set free only after a ransom…

National Computer Security Day: How secure is your Organization against worldwide cyber threats?

Every year, on November 30, since 1988, National Computer Security Day is celebrated. Its cause is to raise awareness about information security and keep all critical infrastructures and data protected from any potential threat. Can your Organization celebrate on November 30 the National Computer Security Day? To reply to this question, you have to answer all of the following questions. Are you aware of the worldwide Cyber Threats that may harm your Organization? The most common cyber threats all over…

Keeping your cryptocurrencies safe and secure.

A false sense of security. Last time we spoke about blockchain. It is true that cryptocurrencies can feel secure because they decentralize and often anonymize digital transactions. Let’s see what we can do to guard our selves against a swath of common attacks.

Google Clamps Down on Malicious Sites

Malicious Sites that repeatedly violate Google’s safe browsing policies will be classified as repeat offenders, the company said last week. Common practice A small number of websites take corrective actions after Google displays alerts on their landing pages warning visitors that they’re harmful. However, they typically revert to their old strategies. After Google goes through the process of verifying that they’re safe and removing the warnings, the pattern of violating policies often returns. Google verification procedures may launch automatically, or…