• March 31, 2014
    The looming end-of-support for Windows XP means that it is will be more risky to use the operating system. How can users mitigate the risks?
  • March 25, 2014
    Ingenuity can never be underestimated. A zero-day vulnerability was detected in MS Word, which can serve as a gateway for a remote attack.Recent analysis show that attackers have started using the zero-day to target users. How can users stay safe?
  • March 13, 2014
    Curiosity killed the cat. In the virtual world, it leads to threats too. Stories of doom and terror proved that piquing interests is still an effective way for attackers to get into systems and wreak havoc just as the email subject reads.
  • February 16, 2014
    The lure of money and power is simply irresistible. Opening the Pandora's box of data and information always leads to a pot of gold. Attackers are now see the value of going straight to the source, especially those with low security protocols in place.
  • February 14, 2014
    Attackers were found attacking the website of a non-profit organization in the United States with an Internet Explorer zero-day exploit. Microsoft confirms that this particular vulnerability affects IE9 and IE10. Here's what IE users should know.
  • February 11, 2014
    By the end of 2013, online banking malware, ransomware, malicious Android apps, and vulnerabilities stood out in the threat landscape. Questions arise as to how IoE will change this as threats advance towards smart devices.
  • January 26, 2014
    Most online articles focus on the victims and the malware author, but the focus should be on how these attacks could have been prevented.
  • January 09, 2014
    The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 showcased exciting wearable devices that bring the perks of mobility and connectivity within reach. Lurking behind all these products, however, are privacy and security concerns that should be answered now.
  • January 05, 2014
    As the Internet of Everything emerges as one of the biggest technology buzzwords in 2013, cybercriminals lay in wait for the next “killer app” that will let them into the vast information sourced from the new connected devices.