Email Blocking: Between Effective Cyber Defense and Common Distraction

November 15, 2018 - by Mobolaji Moyosore - in Business

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Are you truly defending your enterprise or simply distracted? In today’s cyber threat landscape, an effective e-mail security capability is big deal. According to Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), 98% of all incidents and 93% of all breaches analyzed during its last reporting period involved phishing and pretexting (i.e. creation of a false

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NASS Website Hacked. Who Cares?

November 10, 2018 - by Mobolaji Moyosore - in Business

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A hacker by the moniker “Mr.OneJack” has added Nigeria’s National Assembly’s (NASS) website (nass[.]gov[.]ng) to his inventory of hacked sites. This does not look like a targeted attack given that there are similarities with several other websites already pwned by this threat actor. That said though, who knows whether any backend database was hacked as

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Cyber (In)Security: How Fine is the Line Between Apathy and FUD?

December 08, 2017 - by Mobolaji Moyosore - in Business

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Computer security is difficult (maybe even impossible), but imagine for a moment that we’ve achieved it. Strong cryptography where required; secure protocols are doing whatever needs to be done. The hardware is secure; the software is secure. Even the network is secure. It’s a miracle. Unfortunately, this isn’t enough. For this miraculous computer system to

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To Cloud or Not to Cloud?

December 07, 2017 - by Mobolaji Moyosore - in Business

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“Old age is like a plane flying through a storm. Once you’re aboard there’s nothing you can do.” – Golda Meir Let’s set the context to begin with: the “cloud” is your infrastructure and data in someone else’s data center. Most components of this infrastructure have IP addresses and so are hackable. Worse still, your data

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