Category: Cybersecurity

Globe bolsters anti-spam, anti-scam capabilities

Published by Philippine Star Richmond Mercurio – The Philippine Star November 23, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Globe Telecom Inc. has strengthened its anti-spam and anti-scam capabilities as unsolicited marketing campaigns from digital marketers or spammers have surged during the pandemic. The telco said it has invested an additional $7.25 million in capital expenditures

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USAID aims to assist Uzbekistan to meet its national energy priorities

Published by Azer News By Trend The USAID aims to assist Uzbekistan to meet its national energy priorities, USAID told Trend. The agency said in the energy field, it is committed to help Uzbekistan liberalize the power sector, to encourage greater private investment, rebuild a regional Central Asian power market, and generate low-cost energy using

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Is The Hybrid Work Model for Your Organization

Published by Newstrail The new hybrid work model is changing the way we do business. There are many benefits to this new work model that is worth considering for your organization. If you want to be part of the change, then you need to understand how it works and what your options are.There are advantages

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How common are ransomware attacks? Lawmakers want to find out

Published by Stateline.org After his local library had to shut down because of a ransomware attack, Indiana state Rep. Mike Karickhoff realized the state didn’t know much about the frequency of such security breaches. Spurred by similar crimes across Indiana last year, he decided to author a bill requiring all public agencies to report cyberattacks

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US indicts Iranians for election meddling

Published by AFP Washington (AFP) – The US Justice Department announced indictments Thursday of two Iranians who allegedly took part in an online “disinformation and threat” campaign to influence American voters in the 2020 presidential election. Mohammad Hosein Musa Kazemi, 24, and Sajjad Kashian, 27, conducted a cyber campaign “to intimidate and influence American voters, and

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Experts Share Their Predictions For Cybersecurity

Published by ValueWalk Cybercriminal groups old and new inundated the security landscape with one major attack after another in 2021. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more James Carder, Chief Security Officer & Vice President of Labs A Leading Country Producing Semiconductor Chips Will Have Its Supply-Chain Compromised, Resulting In Major Shortages Of Critical

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UAE seeks to bolster arms industry to reduce imports

Published by Al-Araby Drones, guided missiles, simulators: the United Arab Emirates is on the offensive to develop its defence industry in a bid to wean itself off dependence on imports. Khalid Al-Breiki heads one of five clusters of the Emirati defence consortium EDGE, formed two years ago and bringing together 25 Emirati arms firms in

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The world’s most dangerous malware, Emotet, is back

Published by DPA Not long ago, there was a piece of malware spreading across the globe wreaking havoc on the computer systems of governments, major companies, hospitals and everyday users. Emotet would infect your computer by arriving as an email that looked legitimate. Once on your computer, it could do any number of malicious things,

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