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MYCENA cyber resilience as a service, anti phishing, anti fraud and anti ransomware credentials

By MyCena | Posted on : 1 November 2021

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Interview with João Marcos Granado Sales Manager MyCena, presents the possibilities of the market in credential management, what are the alternatives in addition to a strong password and how companies of all sizes can develop a strategy to protect the credentials of all its employees. Watch video

Credentials Management through Decentralized Solutions – João Granado – MyCena

By MyCena | Posted on : 27 October 2021

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Interview with João Marcos Granado Sales Manager MyCena, presents the possibilities of the market in credential management, what are the alternatives in addition to a strong password and how companies of all sizes can develop a strategy to protect the credentials of all its employees. Watch video

Corporate criminals offering ransomware-as-a-service

By MyCena | Posted on : 20 October 2021

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The dark web is full of shady purchase options. One which is gaining in popularity is the offer of ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS). Many hackers are now choosing to sell the software they have created instead of carrying out attacks themselves – and they’ve found willing buyers. Lured by the large ransoms splashed across the news, amateur hackers are purchasing monthly RaaS services, enabling them to target companies themselves. If successful, it is thought that the users share the ransoms with their RaaS providers. The growing popularity of this service further emphasises the need for impeccable cyber security systems for corporations and individuals alike.

Security expert warns hackers will copy Solarwinds

By MyCena | Posted on : 20 October 2021

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Lindy Cameron, the chief executive of the UK National Cyber Security Centre, has warned that December 2020’s Solarwinds attack may inspire further incidents in the future. She explained that strikes on major corporation supply chains are a huge success for any cybercriminal, and that the considerable disruption caused by the Solarwinds attack would be a blueprint for others. Cameron singled out supply chain and ransomware hacks as threats the world would face for years to come. “It's particularly the case because we anticipate that technology supply chains will become increasingly complex in coming years," she said.

Intelligence investigation reveals Solarwinds effects

By MyCena | Posted on : 20 October 2021

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A report released this month has revealed that top-secret government documents were leaked as a result of December 2020’s Solarwinds security breach. The report showed that the suspected Russian cybercriminals used access from the Solarwinds hack, along with a further weakness in Microsoft Office 365, to gain access to critical documents. These included information on the USA’s Covid-19 pandemic response plans, US counter-intelligence operations, and US policies on sanctions for Russian nationals. The Solarwinds attack was the first of many recent high-profile hacks which have caused President Biden to prioritise cybersecurity.