• Detecting and Combating Malicious Email

    | by Zeljka Zorz - Monday, 5 January 2014.

    After years and years of security professionals explaining the dangers of malicious electronic messaging and how to avoid them, cyber crooks are still using them to compromise systems, meaning this method still works.

    This book takes a stab at spelling out clearly, in a plain language that even users with modest technical knowledge can understand, how to avoid becoming a victim of malicious messaging (emails, but also text messages, social media postings, etc.).

  • Python Forensics

    | by Matt Erasmus - Thursday, 18 December 2014.

    This book was touted as a "no-nonsense resource for the rapid development of new Python-based digital forensic applications." Given my deep love for Python and an interest in digital forensics, I had high hopes.

  • CSA Guide to Cloud Computing

    | by Zeljka Zorz - Wednesday, 10 December 2014.

    The title says it all: this is a book that will tell you what cloud computing is, how best to take advantage of it, and what things you should be careful about when you do it.

  • Secure file storage and sharing with nCrypted Cloud

    | by Berislav Kucan - Thursday, 20 November 2014.

    The Ponemon Institute recently published a report stressing the fact that organisational leadership is failing to respond to the escalating risk of ungoverned file sharing practices among their employees. nCrypted Cloud is an interesting offering that tackles this and other threats by adding a strong security layer to the data used and shared via popular cloud-based data storage providers.

  • ESET Smart Security 8

    | by Berislav Kucan - Thursday, 13 November 2014.

    Well-known IT security company ESET recently announced major updates to its flagship products - NOD 32 Antivirus and ESET Smart Security. The most typical modern antivirus solutions nowadays provide much more than just anti malware functionality, but integrated solutions, such as their Smart Security offering, provide a much better level of security against ever-evolving threats.


Stagefright 2.0: A billion Android devices could be compromised

Most Android users are, once again, in danger of having their devices compromised by simply previewing specially crafted MP3 or MP4 files.

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