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Samsung Galaxy S8 iris scanner fooled by hackers

The Chaos Computer Club recently posted a video showing how they fooled the iris scanner on Samsung’s new flagship phone. The group said that standard PIN systems are more secure. According to TechRepublic, the Samsung Galaxy S8’s iris scanner, which ... »

Adylkuzz Malware That Could Spread More Than WannaCry

The last few days have been understandably exhausting for security teams around the globe due to the nasty ransomware WannaCry or WannaCrypt. The malware spread widely using an exploit for a Server Message Block v1 vulnerability (MS17-010) leaked by the ... »

Protecting Your Organizations from WannaCry Ransomware

Ransomware has become the fastest growing malware threat, targeting everyone from home users to healthcare systems to corporate networks. Tracking analysis shows that there has been an average of more than 4,000 ransomware attacks every day since January 1, 2016. ... »

How to defend against the WannaCrypt global ransomware attack via ZDNet

All the malware’s attack vectors and infection spreads are not yet known, but we do know how to protect vulnerable systems. Friday’s ransomware outbreak is ongoing and while researchers work to stem the tide of infection, businesses, governments, and individuals ... »

Network Access Control: Is it Dead? The History of NAC and How the Evolving Cybersecurity Industry Changed It via Bradford Networks

As enterprise organizations continue to add BYOD, IoT devices, virtual servers/cloud services, switches, routers and offices that are connected and sharing information throughout the globe, the task of identifying and securing these endpoints can seem overwhelming. To manage these trends, ... »