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Secure-ISS Threat Intelligence Update : Week of November 13th, 2016

New Detection Technique – Adups Firmware According to security researchers from Kryptowire, an unknown backdoor built into a specific Android firmware has enabled secret monitoring of popular mobile devices. The user and device information were collected automatically and transmitted periodically to a server in China without the users’ consent or knowledge. The collected information was…

Patch Deployment

Is your network at risk due to unpatched vulnerabilities? Patching is one of the ASD Top 4 Mitigation strategies and can mean to difference between a compromised and protected system. Cybercriminals and malware can use unpatched vulnerabilities – within software applications and operating systems – as a gateway into your corporate networks. In fact, unpatched…

Protecting your accounts in light of the Yahoo hack

Yahoo revealed last week that they had been the victims of the largest publically disclosed data breach in history, with 500 million user accounts compromised. The hack occurred in 2014, when names, email addresses, passwords, telephone numbers, birthdates and more were stolen by “state-sponsored” hackers. While the stolen passwords were encrypted, this type of encryption…

Secure-ISS announce partnership with IBM Softlayer

MEDIA RELEASE 21st June 2016 This month Secure Internet Storage Solutions (Secure-ISS) announced the formation of a partnership with Softlayer, an IBM company, for the use of their public cloud solutions. The partnership will provide clients of Secure-ISS and its subsidiary AppServe, with access to a greater range of cloud technologies. Managing Director of Secure-ISS…