The proof-of-concept exploit is called KRACK, short for Key Reinstallation Attacks. The research has been a closely guarded secret for weeks ahead of a coordinated disclosure that’s scheduled for 8am Monday, East Coast time, US.
In May 2017 the WannaCry ransomware wrecked devastation across Europe – within just hours 200,000 machines were infected, with organisations like the NHS crippled by the biggest ever cyber attack in Internet history.
o, we’ve gone through the halfway point at this year’s Ignite conference in Orlando and aside from the wealth of technical sessions on offer to attendees there’s a heap of other stuff to see and do.
Following on from yesterday’s announcements at Ignite around the transformation to the modern workplace I have spent some time today looking at the new vision for intelligent communications.
ISN continues its commitment to professional development and maintains their ability to offer industry leading best of breed solutions by networking with industry leaders in the Microsoft world at MS Ignite.
Intuitive Systems and Networks Ltd. (ISN) and Q Associates Ltd., have announced a new strategic partnership. The partnership will combine Q Associates award winning expertise in IT infrastructure services with ISN’s specialism in networking and security to enable both organisations to offer a broader portfolio of services.
Cyber Security: The Current State of Play Cyber criminals are becoming ever more sophisticated and resourceful – and are increasingly inclined to lock systems and destroy data as part of their attack process.
2017 is the year of ransomware, says a recent report by the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, an industry think tank. When it comes to battling ransomware, your best offence is a good defence.
Following on from our two CNA Comms National Awards, we’re are pleased to announce we have also been nominated for the IT Europa Awards, one of our projects have made the shortlist!
‘Shadow IT’ is a term often used to describe information technology systems and solutions built and used inside organisations without explicit organisational approval. It is also used, along with the term ‘Stealth IT’, to describe solutions owned, specified and deployed by departments other than the IT department.