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10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Consider Isolation!

Posted by Jason Steer on Nov 29, 2016

This is intended to be a little tongue in cheek for readers, however it’s been written to provoke discussion on how organizations continue to do the same things they have done for the last 15 years without thinking. 

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, isolation, security, ransomware, malicious code, security strategy, anti-phishing, phishing prevention, spear-phishing

Protecting Asian Business from Cyberattack – Isolate Risky Content

Posted by Stephanie Boo on Nov 10, 2016

Across the Asia Pacific, cyber security communities are sharing information about malicious actor techniques from other regions, in hopes of avoiding copycat attacks. In one case, data theft from a US government agency exploit was foiled when individual users repeatedly asked IT to have their malware-ridden laptops re-imaged. It turns out, it wasn’t just malware that was the security issue – the malware was a cover up for a sophisticated ring of insider data-stealing activities. Each time the externally-based ring leader thought their data stealing attempts might be discovered, the malware was inflicted on internal users to force a reimage and cover their tracks.

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, isolation, security, malware vulnerabilities, phishing prevention, Australian Information Security Association

The Patient Zero Myth

Posted by Greg Maudsley on Oct 26, 2016

In medical terms, Patient Zero is loosely defined as the first human infected by a new or recently discovered viral or bacterial outbreak. The term has found its way into the IT security lexicon where its corollary is the first individual to be infected by a new malware strain, or the first victim in a phishing campaign.

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, blog, phishing, isolation, security, malicious code, anti-phishing, phishing prevention

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