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todayMay 27, 2020

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Cyber security + Reflare News Analysis Editor

How a Multi-Stage Cyber-Attack Works

Many sophisticated cyber-attacks have multiple stages. What many regular people don’t realize is that this is often also true for attacks targeting them. In this briefing, we will construct a hypothetical attack scenario. It is explicitly not recounting an actual attack (albeit it is quite likely that someone is executing ...

todayMay 21, 2020

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Global news + Reflare News Analysis Editor

COVID-19 Tracking Apps

Over these last few days, both the news cycle and social media have been extensively covering the various COVID-19 contact tracking apps and APIs that are either being released or being finalized. In this briefing, we will take a look at who the major forces behind these apps are, what ...

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todayApril 18, 2020

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Cyber security Editor

Cybersecurity & working from home

Remote work As perpetrators are targeting companies that are rushing to set up networks for remote working cyberattacks are an increasingly common and worrisome threat. With more companies gaining an online presence the frequency of data breaches and cyberattacks is increasing and as organisations and companies have their employees working ...

todayMarch 23, 2020

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Cyber security + Reflare News Analysis Editor

Covid-19 and Cyber Attacks

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has affected almost all elements of modern life. That includes cybersecurity. In this briefing, we will take a look at some of the shifts and provide guidance on how they may be mitigated. Covid-19 related phishing attacks The key to a successful phishing attack is to ...

todayMarch 20, 2020

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Hackers + Reflare News Analysis Editor

Hard to Verify Claims of Hacking Go Both Ways

This week, the Chinese government made an official demand for an explanation to the US government regarding a number of alleged hacks against Chinese public and private targets, including research institutions, government branches, ISPs, and energy providers among others. In this briefing, we will take a look at what happened ...

todayFebruary 20, 2020

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Cyber security + Cybercrime Editor

The WHO warns against Corona Virus Phishing Attacks

As the corona virus outbreak continues to spread, scammers are using email phishing schemes in an attempt to profit on people’s confusion and fear surrounding the virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a warning about Coronavirus-themed phishing attacks that impersonate the organization with the goal of delivering malware ...