Ransomware: Prepare, Prevent, Respond

Ransomware is the extortion-driven malware epidemic sweeping the globe. There are a large and growing number of Ransomware programs all with variants being created on a daily basis in order to evade anti-malware tools. As with WannaCry, the designs may increasingly use worm-like capabilities, allowing the malware to spread automatically and rapidly. Most Ransomware infections begin with either inadvertent … Read more

WannaCry Ransomware: Advice from NFIB

WannaCry Ransomware: Advice from NFIB

Following the ransomware cyber attack on Friday 12 May which affected the NHS and is believed to have affected other organisations globally, the City of London Police’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has issued an alert urging both individuals and businesses to follow protection advice. The advice is shown below and can also be downloaded as … Read more

Experian and BioCatch Team Up to Prevent New Account Fraud

Experian and BioCatch Team Up to Prevent New Account Fraud

BioCatch have announced that they have teamed up with Experian to integrate its behavioral biometric technology into the company’s fraud and identity platform, CrossCore™, to help prevent new account fraud for its users. The integration of BioCatch technology into the CrossCore™ platform provides a very powerful level of protection against fraud, getting past information that … Read more

Beware of Fundraising Scams

Source: BBC Newsbeat Over recent days and weeks there have been a series of terrorist attacks & natural disasters. One very unpleasant side effect is a spike in fraudulent crowdfunding campaigns that claim to be collecting for good causes. More needs to be done to protect people from fraudulent crowdfunding pages, the Fundraising Regulator has … Read more

What Is Your Password?

Not sure if this one is funny or simply tragic…


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