Securing your network from malware

One of the most significant threats to the security of your network, and the leading cause of data loss, is malware. Whether that malware comes in the form of a worm probing …

Twitter gives user always-on HTTPS option

Little by little, Twitter is heading towards a full HTTPS experience for its users by adding a user setting that, when selected, makes all the activities on your Twitter …

Best practices for identity theft services

With security breaches and identity theft cases frequently in the news, consumers are worried about becoming identity theft victims. Responding to this concern, dozens of …

Injection attacks tutorial

This episode of the OWASP appsec tutorial series describes the #1 attack on the OWASP top 10 – injection attacks. The video illustrates SQL injection, discusses other …

Spyware prevention 101

Spyware goes by many names, including adware, malware, crimeware, scumware and snoopware, but no matter what you call it, its purpose is still the same: to creep into your …

Cyber security incident management guide

The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) has issued a new guide on good practice, practical information and guidelines for the management of network and …

Safety advice to protect connected devices

If you were one of the millions of people who received tech gifts during the holidays, beware. Computer and cybercrimes have risen by more than 22% according to the most …

Online security tips for avoiding malware

Every month hundreds of thousands of unsuspecting computer users are faced by the inconveniences, complications and data loss that can come with Trojan horses, worms and email …