Promoting the Active Defence Grid

Signature-based defence is no longer a sufficient standard for cyber security. Recent breaches at Target, Michael’s and Yahoo point to an alarming increase in the frequency, complexity and intensity of attacks on our networks. According to Chris Fedde, President of Hexis Cyber Solutions, it’s not just the organizations that are... Read more

SSI Pacific on behalf of its partners is pleased to announce that PTA R2.5 has been released

  The newly released version of P1 Telecom Auditor (PTA) software adds more automation and unrivalled efficiencies to our Telecom Network Security Scanner, allowing operators to better assess and analyse security of their core network and signaling perimeters. New in PTA Release 2.5: •             New LTE eUTRAN auditing features •            ... Read more

Adobe reports massive security breach

Adobe reported what it called a “sophisticated” cyberattack on its network where hackers gained unauthorized access to confidential customer information including IDs and encrypted passwords. The hack affects some 2.9 million customers worldwide, the company estimates. Information accessed in the attack includes names, encrypted credit or debit card numbers, expiration... Read more

Syrian hackers attack Melbourne IT reseller

Alter domain records for NY Times, Twitter. Hackers associated with the Syrian dictator Bashir al-Assad have once again succesfully attacked Western media, this time by altering the domain name registration records for sites such as Twitter and the New York Times. The Syrian Electronic Army also redirected the NYT website to a... Read more

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