• Careers in Cybersecurity

    Have you considered a career in Cybersecurity? It is a fast-paced, highly dynamic field with a huge number of specialties to choose from, including forensics, endpoint security, critical infrastructure, incident response, secure coding, and awareness and training. In addition, a career in cybersecurity allows you to work almost anywhere in the world, with amazing benefits and an opportunity to make a real difference. However, the most exciting thing is you do NOT need a technical background, anyone can get started.

  • New Mexico Sues Google Over Collection of Children's Data

    New Mexico’s attorney general sued Google Thursday over allegations the tech company is illegally collecting personal data generated by children in violation of federal and state laws. read more

  • Google Removes 600 Android Apps for Displaying Disruptive Ads

    Google has removed roughly 600 applications from Google Play for violating its ad-related policies, the Internet search giant announced this week. In addition, the company banned them from Google AdMob and Google Ad Manager, its ad monetization platforms. read more

  • Malware Attack Takes ISS World's Systems Offline

    Workplace experience and facility management company ISS World was hit this week by a malware attack that forced its systems offline. read more

  • FireEye Spotted Over 500 New Malware Families in 2019

    FireEye’s incident response division Mandiant observed more than 500 new malware families last year, the company revealed in its M-Trends 2020 report released this week. FireEye analyzed 1.1 million malware samples per day in 2019 and it tracked a total of 1,268 malware families. Of these malware families, more than 500 were not seen before. read more

  • VMware Patches Serious Flaws in vRealize Operations for Horizon Adapter

    VMware has patched serious vulnerabilities, including remote code execution and authentication bypass issues, in vRealize Operations for Horizon Adapter. read more

  • U.S. Combat Support Agency Discloses 2019 Data Breach

    The United States’ Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) has started notifying people that their personal information may have been compromised as a result of a data breach that occured in 2019. read more