Does Apple spy’s on your iPhone? Gartner / Microsoft Feedback

I am sure most of you read by now my article "Apple and Privacy ", for the ones who did not I highly recommend to read it,( here is the link ) below are some public feedback which I have received via LinkedIn from Gartner, Microsoft, Australian Government employees. I will also share some of the feedbacks which I [...]


CROWDSTRIKE GLOBAL THREAT REPORT 2019

Adversary Tradecraft and The Importance of Speed The 2019 CrowdStrike® Global Threat Report offers one of the industry’s most comprehensive reports on today’s top cyberthreats. It combines analysis from CrowdStrike Threat Intelligence, Falcon OverWatch™ managed hunting and the CrowdStrike Services incident response teamshighlighting the most significant events and trends in the past year. It combines CrowdStrike’s comprehensive global observations with real-world case studies to [...]


Social Engineering 101

What is Social Engineering Social Engineering is, involving clever manipulation of the natural human tendencies of trust to obtain information to help facilitate fraud, network intrusion, industrial espionage, and identity theft or network/system disruption. I do like also the definition from Bruce Schneier: “Amateurs Hack Systems, Professional hack People” To gain the trust of the people Social Engineers trick [...]


Apple and Privacy

Does really Apple cares about your privacy, as they advertise heavily or is this what they want us to believe? Compared to Google and Facebook they are by far better in terms of privacy as of today! But are they really angels? Or do they still collect lots of information by default and if they do, what can you [...]


Hackers steal 19 years’ worth of data from the Australian National University

News from ESET We Live Security A premier Australian university has disclosed a cyberattack that compromised the personal information of its students and staff extending back nearly two decades. “We believe there was unauthorized access to significant amounts of personal staff, student and visitor data extending back 19 years,” reads a statement from Brian Schmidt, Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University (ANU). The stolen [...]