Tag Archives: phishing

Blocking malicious domains using Squid

Squid has to be my all-time favourite open source project. I’ve used it extensively in my own projects, and Squid formed a key part of my lecturing to finalists in my spell as an academic and consultant. Every student that … Continue reading

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Google: Security Keys Neutralized Employee Phishing — Krebs on Security

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2018/07/google-security-keys-neutralized-employee-phishing/ Such a simple authentication factor (simulating a keyboard) but very powerful in what it delivers. All organisations should consider these devices for end users.

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Encouraging strong cyber security practices by employees: the first line of defence

End users are one of the key battlegrounds between organisational security initiatives and hackers. Phishing, malware-laden email, and fileless attacks are some of the most widespread attack vectors, making end-users the first line of defence. The SANS Ouch! Newsletter is … Continue reading

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