Do you think that incoming emails are the most dangerous? You might be wrong…

Email is one of the primary ways we communicate and is an almost universal technology, making it perfect for attackers to reach their victims. Outgoing emails can be even more hazardous than incoming ones. Running and securing business in the cyber environment in these pandemic and economic crisis times can be hard. The rapid progression […]

Antivirus vs Anti-malware

Antivirus vs Anti-malware simplified but it is also the matter of doctrine…

An endless maze of cybersecurity is, however, not a simple choice between technology tools. Hence, after discussing the above dilemma of interest to common folks, we continue with teasing cybersecurity professionals and policymakers with fitting it in the cybersecurity doctrines. WatchGuard’s Threat Lab has recently published a reporton the latest malware and Internet attacks showing […]

THREATCASTING as an Emerging Cybersecurity Challenge

Scenario Harriet Downs had it all: a great job, a loving husband, and two beautiful children. She was an up-and-coming programmer at Goldman Sachs for the company’s AI trading bots, on the fast track to management. She, her husband, Steve and the kids had just moved into a beautiful new house in Sevenoaks. Life was […]

The greatest cybersecurity threat still stubbornly persists – and is possibly growing!

For one filed cybersecurity professional position on the market in 2020, there will be at least three vacant positions. Often overworked, underappreciated and frequently blamed for a single failure and unacknowledged for successes, cybersecurity professionals tend to become ‘alien gem’. Our reality: almost anybody can become a cybercriminal In mid-May 2020, multiple supercomputers in European […]

Cyber warfare

Cyberwarfare progresses while people are busy with the Covid19 smokescreen

We are not denying the seriousness of Covid19 possible implications. Instead, we are looking behind this transitory pandemic smokescreen that hides potentially much bigger global problem – progressing cyberwarfare. Cyberwarfare, what it is? Like with many other terms, there is still worldwide debate if cyberwarfare exists. For those convinced that such a war exists, the […]

Botnets as cybercriminals’ viable option in the emerging economic crisis

Most botnets are currently deployed for the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks but can also be used for delivering spyware, email spam, phishing, ‘click fraud’, stilling confidential information or the bitcoin mining. Looming economic crisis The world has changed dramatically in the three months since our last update of the World Economic Outlook in January, warns […]

Cybersecurity pandemic

The Corona Pandemic Lesson to Global Cybersecurity

What the cybercrime, cyberwarfare and cyberterrorism have in common with the corona pandemic? At least one thing: all of them are global threats that cannot be fought individually but cooperatively. The Coronavirus is hitting hard on the world’s economy, creating a high volume of uncertainty within organisations. Cynet has revealed new data, showing that the […]

Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Human Error

Protecting Critical Infrastructure: It is proven, technology is not enough

A segmentation of the Information Technology and Operational Technology networks would not be able to protect critical infrastructure if humans remain incapacitated and continue making errors.  The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) recently reported that it had responded to the ransomware attack on a natural gas facility, forcing it to shut it down for […]


Seniors – the Internet Scams Soft Targets

The scenario We are witnessing increasingly aggressive email scams targeting all kinds of Internet users who utilise security cameras. For example, it was recently reported that 1,600 scam emails of this type were intercepted between 2 and 3 January this year. Being a one of still not sufficiently secured the Internet of Thing devices, these […]

The Cybercrime Treaty vs Hack Back Bill

There are two conflicting cybercrime regulations in the making, one national and the other one international. Which one deserves to be supported and why should you know this? National: Hack back Bill The US Congress has been considering a law relating to cybersecurity defence named as ‘Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act’ (ACDC). This proposed bill […]