Hacking


“Thousands” of Verkada cameras affected by hacking breach

A group of hackers have reportedly gained access to surveillance systems inside several companies, police departments, hospitals and prisons. Read More

Alexa, disarm the victim’s home security system

Kelly Jackson Higgins explores how hacking attempts on ‘smart’ home assistants via laser pointers have raised further security concerns about the devices. Read More

Smart cameras vulnerable to hacking, highlights the NCSC

Smart cameras and other Internet of Things devices are being targeted by cyber-attackers because of the use of default settings, says the National Cyber Security Centre. Read More

Critical cyber security rules your employees should know

When your systems are compromised, it is often the result of a human error. Hackers know this. In many cases, it isn’t sophisticated hacking techniques that expose vulnerabilities. Instead, it’s the failure of people to follow security procedures. Read More

How to protect yourself from IP address hacking

You may be too preoccupied with identity theft to realize that your IP address is just as vulnerable. Also referred to as Internet Protocol address, this series of numbers is not random, it represents your online identity, and it being hacked into can cause a lot of damage. Read More

Five things that ethical hacking will tell you about your business

Many businesses and organisations aren’t sure whether ethical hacking is a good idea. Some are nervous about the prospect of giving a third-party access to systems. Read More

Can you hack a smartwatch?

Over the years, technology has grown to such an extent that it is now more embedded into our society than ever before. While that may be seen as a good thing to many people, coupled with this adoption has been a rise in the number of cyberattacks and extreme cases of hacking or data theft. Read More

eBay database hacked with stolen employee credentials

Encrypted passwords and other sensitive data exposed, users urged to change passwords Read More

IDS market to reach $5.04 billion by 2019 – Report by MarketsandMarkets

North America is the biggest market for intrusion detection and prevention system security compliance and regulations and increasing spending on IT security solutions and services. Read More



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