Clop evolves to become Windows 10 app-killing threat

High-Impact Windows 10 Security Threat Revealed As App-Killing Malware Evolves The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a high-impact threat warning to U.S. businesses and organizations on October 2, 2019. That threat was ransomware, and the FBI warned that cybercriminals "upgrade and change their techniques to make their attacks more ... Read More »

10th Jan 2020
New Caller ID Regulations

In line with all the recent rulings in favor of protecting and empowering consumers, ICT will start enforcing valid Caller IDs as per the NANPA and ITU-T E.164 standards as of January 1st, 2020.  This regulation will apply for all customers including reseller’s clients.Considering that ICT already has call filtering solutions, enforcing Caller ... Read More »

30th Dec 2019
The Nasty List Phishing Scam is Sweeping Through Instagram

  A new phishing scam called the "The Nasty List" is sweeping through Instagram and is targeting victim's login credentials. If a user falls victim, the hackers will utilize their accounts to further promote the phishing scam. The Nasty List scam is being spread through hacked accounts that send messages to their followers stating that they ... Read More »

15th Apr 2019
DNS Flag Day Feb 1, 2019

What is happening? The current DNS is unnecessarily slow and inefficient because of efforts to accommodate a few DNS systems that are not in compliance with DNS standards established two decades ago. To ensure further sustainability of the system it is time to end these accommodations and remediate the non-compliant systems. This change will ... Read More »

30th Jan 2019
RoboCallers What are They and How to Stop Them

RoboCallers What are They and How to Stop Them We’ve all been there. You’re relaxing at home, minding your own business, when suddenly you receive a call from a number you don’t recognize. You let it ring a few times, unsure if you want to pick up, but eventually shrug and hit Accept. And instead of another human, you hear what appears to ... Read More »

23rd Jan 2019
Why Google is Forcing You To Have SSL Certificates on Your Websites

Welcome to 2019 "Google says". Don’t have an SSL Certificate? Google is going to flag your website this year! We turn to the internet for everything. From selling to buying, it is the introduction of an E-world. With this dominating trend, online security has become a necessity. Undoubtedly, Google loves its users and therefore, is coming up ... Read More »

2nd Jan 2019
2018 Phishing and Fraud Report: Attacks Peak During the Holidays

Executive Summary In November 2017, F5 Labs published an introductory report entitled Phishing: The Secret of its Success and What You Can Do to Stop It. A year later, it should come as no surprise to security professionals that phishing continues to be a top attack vector and, in many cases, is the tried-and-true, go-to initial attack vector ... Read More »

20th Nov 2018
Privacy Policy Update - GDPR

Effective May 25, 2018As you may have heard, there is a new privacy regulation coming into force for EU residents/citizens on the 25th May.   The new regulation, called GDPR, aims for a wider and stronger protection of European users’ Personal Data and how they are processed and used by third parties. To this extent, Personal Data is every ... Read More »

24th May 2018
Russian State Sponsored Hackers attack the 5 eye Nations

US-CERTUnited States Computer Emergency Readiness Team Reports along with British Officals over the last few days:hereAlert (TA18-106A) Russian State-Sponsored Cyber Actors Targeting Network Infrastructure Devices Original release date: April 16, 2018 | Last revised: April 20, 2018 Print Document Tweet Like Me Share Systems ... Read More »

23rd Apr 2018
Google Play Malware steals Facebook Credentials

Multiple downloaders on Google Play that can download malware designed to steal Facebook credentials Multiple downloaders, malicious apps that download further malicious apps to infected devices, have made it onto the Google Play Store. The downloaders are capable of downloading further apps that pose as system apps, some of which are capable ... Read More »

28th Jan 2018