Posts Tagged ‘hackers’

In August, it happened again: a headline-grabbing warning that 1.2 billion passwords had been stolen by a Russian cyber gang, dubbed CyberVor, caused quite a stir. While questions were raised about the legitimacy of the CyberVor report and the scant details surrounding it, wh In the past, these types of events did not even make it […]

As convenient as it would be for businesses to have all their IT service providers working on-site, just down the hall, that’s not always possible. That’s why secure remote access is a component frequently found in the digital toolboxes of service providers that offer maintenance, troubleshooting and support from locations other than where the product […]

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Government Computer News – NIST spells out baseline security requirements for next-gen mobile devices CSO – Election sabotage: A threat much older than hacked e-voting InformationWeek – Malware Tools Get Smarter To Nab Financial Data SearchSecurity – Remote access Trojan evades detection using mouse functions Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

*Editor’s Note: These columns originally appeared in TechTarget’s SearchEnterpriseWan.com By Rainer Enders, CTO of Americas for NCP engineering The simplest way to do this is to act like a hacker. Snoop around the network traffic, either on the device itself or a port on the network. In the case of IPsec, for example, you would see encapsulating […]