Every business and government is dependent upon cryptographic keys and certificates to provide trust for critical communications.
The APT1 hacker group is back to its old tricks, targeting a big number of organizations and businesses and, among them, many of those that they have previously breached, Mandiant has confirmed.
EiQ Networks announced SOCVue, a new remote management service.
Despite Mandiant's prediction that the release of their report on the attack methodology of the so-called APT1 (or "Comment Crew") cyber espionage group would lead to them changing their attack techniques and consequently make them harder to track in the future, it seems that the group laid has bucked the expectations.
Every large UK business is open to £247million in possible threat exposure due to a lack of control over cryptographic keys and certificates, the foundation of trust in the modern world of secure communications, smartphones, cloud computing and almost every digital and electronic asset, according to the Ponemon Institute.
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