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Future Linux Ransomware Ransacking the Internet

Nov 23 by Liviu Arsene

The recent discovery of Linux ransomware dubbed Linux.Encoder raised serious questions about the safety of the internet. More than 97 percent of web servers run some Linux OS distribution, and the new threat of Linux ransomware brings with it a whole new element to the danger.

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BlackBerry believes in encryption backdoors - believes it's good for business

Nov 18 by Graham Cluley

BlackBerry, once the darling of corporations the world over, is trying to rebuild itself and seize marketshare back from the iPhone and Android smartphones that have so dramatically overtaken it in recent years.

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CISOs’ transformation: from zeroes to heroes

Nov 16 by Razvan Muresan

Chief information security officers will become more important in companies’ hierarchies as CEOs and board members face increasing internal and external security risks that could ruin customers’ trust and business forecasts, yet C-level executives exclude CISOs from business decision-making.

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Air-Gapped Systems Vulnerable to Unconventional Hackers

Nov 12 by Liviu Arsene

Today’s interconnected world leaves everyone vulnerable to threats that can use the internet as a pipeline to reach any computer, any device, and any internet-connected gadget to steal data or compromise their integrity.

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