Author: Paul

The FBI is warning medical and dental offices to be on the lookout for insecure FTP servers.

FBI Warns Medical Offices: Exposed FTP Servers are a Target

In-brief: The FBI is telling medical and dental offices to lock down anyFile Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers in their environments, warning that cyber criminals are searching for exposed FTP servers as a pathway to sensitive networks and protected health information (PHI). 

Nokia data shows a steady increase in infected mobile device traffic. (Image courtesy of Nokia.)

Android Malware Doubled in 2016, Adding to Mobile Malware Problem

In-brief: Smart phones infected with Android malware jumped 95 percent between 2015 and 2016, part of a steady increase in mobile phone infections in recent years, Nokia said on Monday.

What will Donald Trump's Executive Order on cyber security bring with it? We spoke with two security pros to get their thoughts.

Podcast: What to expect from the Trump Executive Order

In-brief: What will the impact of the Cyber Executive Order be? We sat down with two experts to get their thoughts.

Google said it would begin withdrawing trust from web sites with certificates issued by Symantec Corp.

Google Busts Symantec-Issued Certificates and Its a Big Mess

In-brief: Google’s rebuke of Symantec over its sloppy and problem-plagued certificate authority business risks upsetting some of the Internet’s biggest brands. 

Most U.S. adults had trouble identifying key cyber security concepts including what data was secure online and the definition of a botnet.

You Don’t Know Hack: Public Struggles with Cyber Security Concepts

In-brief: U.S. adults may be able to identify a strong password when they see one, but on many questions of how to identify and protect themselves from online threats, they are worryingly ignorant, according to a new survey by The Pew Center.