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A new ransomware report, don’t take shortcuts with code and why firms must limit administration access rights Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Friday March 19th. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity
More COVID phishing scams, more phony Android apps and more security updates. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It's Wednesday March 10th. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com. Scammers using the
Ransomware gang patterns revealed, software code bug exploited, beware of malware hidden in images and mysterious hacks of criminal forums. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It's Friday March 5th. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing
One of Canada's biggest car and truck rental agencies is trying to recover after being hit by a ransomware attack. A spokesperson for U.S.-based vehicle rental giant Enterprise Holdings acknowledged Saturday that its
Data management platform Cohesity now allows mobile data management through its new smartphone app. The goal of the Cohesity Helios mobile app is to provide a mobile platform for IT personnel to monitor
A multi-million dollar Ontario construction firm that has worked on major federal and provincial projects including facilities for national defence and police stations has been hit by a ransomware attack. According to CBC
When it comes to protecting an organization from malware, it's a constant game of cat and mouse, according to Sean Blenkhorn, the chief product officer for eSentire Inc., who recently published a report
Ransomware is not the newest form of cyberattack, although its popularity remains relatively high and the results remain quite devastating, according to cybersecurity experts who spoke at SecTor 2019 this week in Toronto.
Fujifilm and Xerox merge into an $18 billion dollar corporation, the U.K. government will fine companies millions of dollars for failing to protect against cyberattacks, and Suncor invests big in electric autonomous vehicles.
Following a tumultuous week that saw both its leader and its president resign in the face of allegations of sexual misconduct, the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party may now face a cyber security crisis.