The United Arab Emirates’ telecommunications regulator has said that it foiled more than 1,000 cyber attacks on government and private company websites last year.
Egypt’s parliament approves cybercrime billA plenary session of the Egyptian parliament, chaired by Speaker Ali Abdel Aal, has reportedly approved the cybercrimes law.0 3352
SCOPE Middle East joins HID Advantage Partner Program
SCOPE Middle East has announced that it is now a member of the HID Advantage Partner Program, a loyalty-based programme which advances a partner’s relationship with HID Global.
What ‘not to do’ this Black Friday
James Lyne, Global Head of Security Research, Sophos, shares a Black Friday security checklist of top 10 consumer traits that leave them vulnerable to cybercriminals.
More than 2.5 million UAE consumers affected by cybercrime in 2016
Norton by Symantec has released the findings from its annual Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, revealing 2.53 million consumers in the UAE have been victims of online crime in the past year as hackers take advantage of consumer complacency.
ixtel showcases behavioural analytics platform
ixtel technologies has unveiled its new ‘Behavioural Analytics’ platform at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in Dubai.
UAE industrial sector falls victim to cyber attack
Kaspersky Lab has discovered a new wave of targeted attacks against the industrial and engineering sectors in multiple countries around the world, including the UAE.
Fortinet secures two NSS rating recommendations
Fortinet has earned NSS recommendations for two of their sandboxing solutions; the FortiSandbox 3000D appliance, and the FortiSandbox Cloud service.
A10 Networks and Cylance join forces
A10 Networks and Cylance have announced a technical partnership to “enhance cybersecurity” for individual endpoints and users from the data centre to the cloud, by incorporating advanced threat protection for encrypted traffic.
BT, KPMG report outlines lack of cybercrime prevention
A new BT and KPMG report has revealed that the vast majority of companies feel constrained by regulation, available resources and a dependence on third parties when responding to cyber-attacks.
200 million Yahoo accounts sold on black market
A hacker claims to have stolen the login information for 200 million Yahoo accounts and is selling them on the black market.