301 – How did we do?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1546001730302{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Not sure how your year has felt? Ours seems to have gone January, January, January, March, April, MAY, July, Augus, Se-, Octo-, Nove-Christmas. So here we arrive at the last Threat Of The Week of 2018 and the 301st consecutive week’s blog in total. 301 is a number to be celebrated not […]

HO HO NO!

Much news this week, proving our new theory that neither the bad guys, nor the good, take a break for the festive period or New Year. We have known for years that the bad guys appear to take a break over summer to visit their island lairs or superyachts, and in the past, this time […]

ITC Secure unveils new CEO

C5 Capital-backed ITC, announces appointment of Arno Robbertse as new Interim CEO London, 20th December 2018: ITC Secure (ITC), the specialist cyber advisory and managed security service provider (MSSP) has announced Arno Robbertse as their new Interim CEO, starting on 1st January 2019. He takes over the leadership role from the incumbent William Kilmer, a […]

**21 Of Wonder

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1560326973334{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]We have (hopefully) all heard of scams involving calls and texts to your mobile phone being redirected by fraudsters, usually by convincing your telephone operator that they are you and requesting call-forwarding to be enabled at the network level. This is usually achieved by harvesting as much data on you as possible […]

The Grinch 2.0

In this article ITC’s Kevin Whelan, CTO and author of Threat of the Week, conveys a very seasonal warning. Everyone Goo Down in Google-ville Liked Christmas a lot Previously the Grinch (2.0, recently released) did not   However, during his time inside The Grinch saw the changes and made up his mind It was no longer […]

Kuber Who? Pass.

It was a fairly close call this week between this title and the somewhat more obvious NO2, of course not referring to the (hopefully) going out of fashion laughing gas N2O fad), but rather to the fact that O2 took down considerable portions of its and attached third-party networks yesterday by allowing certificates to expire […]

ADOBE FLASH PLAYER VULNERABILITY

Priority: High Executive Summary: A new vulnerability discovered in Adobe Flash is being exploited in the wild, which can be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary code. Adobe have addressed this vulnerability with the release of Flash Player 32.0.0.101 for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS (CVE-2018-15982). The vulnerability was discovered being exploited through a […]