The Dubai Police is calling on the cooperation from white hat hackers to help combat cybercrimes and ensure data protection in the emirate.
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 3356
Cybercriminals gain $10M in profit from crypto schemes
The development of cryptocurrency is not only attracting investors, but also cybercriminals seeking to boost their profits, according to the latest insights from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.
How partners can win customers’ trust
Alain Penel, regional vice president, Middle East, Fortinet, advises partners to take advantage of the opportunities that help customers reassess …
Something Phishy: how to identify and avoid phishing scams
Phishing is one of the most common attack vectors for hackers who exploit end-user behaviour as the weakest link in an organisations cyber-defense.
UAE users fail to password-protect their mobile devices
Nearly half (47 percent) of people in the UAE are still failing to protect their mobile devices, and only 25 percent using anti-theft solutions, which means pick pocketers that get their hands on a smartphone could be in for more of a treat than even they hope for.
Trend Micro instrumental in Scan4You conviction
Trend Micro has announced details of its close cooperation with the FBI to identify, arrest and bring to trial the individuals linked to the infamous Counter Antivirus (CAV) service Scan4You.
Russian hackers infected 500,000 routers across the globe: Cisco
Cisco warned that hackers have infected at least 500,000 routers and storage devices in dozens of countries with highly sophisticated malicious software, CNBC reported.
Kuwait gears up for IPv6 adoption
The RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC) and the Kuwait Communication Information Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (CITRA) recently held a training programme for telecommunications and Internet service providers (ISPs) to educate them on how to work with Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and deploy it on their networks.
The pressure for cybersecurity is more critical than ever: GBM’s Nofal
Hani Nofal, VP, Intelligent Network Solutions, Security and Mobility, discusses how having the right intelligence enable organisations make effective decisions for responding to cyber incidents or attempts to attacks.
EU to force tech giants to hand over “terror” data
Technology companies could be ordered to release vital electronic data, such as emails and text messages, to law enforcement agencies in as little as six hours under proposed European Union law.