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Tutorials and resources launched on demand

Paxton announces free COVID-secure live webinars are now available on demand – they can be watched anywhere, anytime at your convenience. In June, Paxton took the initiative to create a no-nonsense webinar based on CDC and OSHA guidelines. Paxton’s mission is to continually provide their installers with educational videos that help them reduce the risk of infection, work safely, and prepare them with the right tools to make their end


Ripple20: Dealing with the turncoat Treck stack

Jeff Costlow, CISO, ExtraHop, discusses the series of 19 vulnerabilities found embedded in many devices worldwide and how insecure components can lead to insecure products In network security, the past can come back at you hard. In few places is that clearer than the recent Ripple20 revelations, a series of 19 vulnerabilities found in the Treck TCP/IP software stack which—researchers say—have worked their way into hundreds of millions of embedded


Disaster in Beirut and political negligence

The Beirut explosion, caused by the mishandling and storage of a highly reactive chemical, has sparked outrage across the world against port security and political governance The explosion, on August 4, at around 6pm local time, appears to have been fuelled by 2,750 tons of the highly reactive chemical ammonium nitrate. The chemical had been the cargo on a ship, the MV Rhosus, which entered the port at Beirut in

DDos Attacks and Cyber Security

Cyber economy continues to surge while DDoS attacks increase by 542% amid pandemic

The recently released Dark Web Price Index 2020 reveals the current average prices for a selection of cybercrime products and services available “on demand.” A basic targeted malware attack in Europe or the US costs $300, while a targeted distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack goes for as little as $10 per hour or $60 for 24 hours. The “salespeople” even offer volume discounts, making such attacks the go-to weapon for online

Email fails

Five familiar email fails

Five familiar email fails: Why they could be more than an embarrassing mishap Email is a fundamental component of business communications. The benefit of near instant messaging, no matter the location, means that business deals and management can be conducted quickly and seamlessly. But our reliance on email as a communication tool has inspired an element of complacency amongst users. The repetitive and familiar nature of email usage means that

AA Aperio costsavings PR highres landscape access control

Your electronic security could save you money at every stage

Installation, operation and expansion: electronic access control has costs attached to every stage of its lifetime. Of course, the benefits over mechanical locking outweigh these costs. And they could outweigh them even farther if you choose the right locking technology: wireless. Installation is where it all begins. Installation stage is also the largest contributor to the potential cost saving in choosing wireless. In calculations for a recent cost savings report,

Ransomware attack

Canon victim to Maze ransomware

News is breaking that Canon has been hit by Maze ransomware gang – notoriously known for double extortion threats – and their stealthy TTPs.  John Shier, senior security advisor, Sophos comments on the news: The ransomware attack on Canon is yet another example of the Maze gang’s sustained and brazen targeting of enterprises. Following other recent high profile attacks, this latest salvo should be a wake-up call to all the


96% of organisations have experienced a cyberattack

96% of UK organisations have experienced at least one business-impacting cyberattack in the past 12 months, according to new industry study Tenable, the Cyber Exposure company, published a global industry study that revealed the vast majority of UK organisations (96%) have experienced a business-impacting cyberattack in the past 12 months, according to both business and security executives. The data is drawn from ‘The Rise of the Business-Aligned Security Executive,’ a commissioned


Sicurezza: The new normal

Sicurezza: A time of transition, rich in opportunity but not without its risks. The “new normal” that is emerging in light of the COVID-19 emergency, as experienced by the security sector, is a complex context that requires companies and professionals to carefully analyse today’s scenarios as well as those that may arise in coming months, in order to be able to meet new demands in an effective way. SICUREZZA, the


WatchGuard Expands Secure Wi-Fi Portfolio with secure APs

 Study proves WatchGuard WIPS overlay can protect competing Wi-Fi systems from top wireless threats WatchGuard Technologies has continued expansion of its Secure Wi-Fi portfolio with the release of two new access points (APs). The AP225W and the AP327X offer market-leading Wi-Fi performance and scalability, and the ability to extend Trusted Wireless Environments into multi-dwelling unit (MDU) deployments and harsh outdoor environments. According to a new report from independent product test

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