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Latentbot discovered after years of infecting PCs

A Remote Access Trojan (RAT), Latentbot is able to steal passwords, record keystrokes, transfer files and enable microphones or webcams of the infected computer. Read more about 'Latentbot discovered after years of infecting PCs'...

Stealthy malware Hammertoss mimics user’s behavior

A malware backdoor by name of Hammertoss has been found using Twitter and its hashtags, GitHub and other cloud services to relay commands and extract data from its victims. Read more about 'Stealthy malware Hammertoss mimics user’s behavior'...

Nemesis bootkit targets financial services

Nemesis, a new malware suite, has been discovered targeting banks, payment card processors and other financial services. Read more about 'Nemesis bootkit targets financial services'...

Rootnik Trojan affecting out-of-date Android devices

Android devices running 4.3 and older are vulnerable to a new Trojan by the name of Rootnik. Read more about 'Rootnik Trojan affecting out-of-date Android devices'...

The Kelihos Botnet

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CryptoWall 4.0

Description of CryptoWall 4.0 Read more about 'CryptoWall 4.0'...

Data Breach - Protecting the Brand - How and Why?

According to a survey released Monday by CreditCards.com, consumers were divided on how they would treat the retailers that have recent breaches. Read more about 'Data Breach - Protecting the Brand - How and Why?'...

How to educate your employees about staying safe online

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Cyber Thieves See Car Dealers as Great Targets

Nuspire Networks’ Channel Manager, Tony Petcou, was recently featured in an article by Wards Auto detailing the rising risks that small to midsize car dealerships are beginning to experience in... Read more about 'Cyber Thieves See Car Dealers as Great Targets'...

Security Expert Q&A: Jared Schemanski

The month of July has brought great trouble to many companies who found themselves in the midst of a Flash Zero Day caused by hackers infiltrating the Hacking Team database... Read more about 'Security Expert Q&A: Jared Schemanski'...

Evaluating Risk: Security Risks for Enterprise Companies with Many Locations

Risk is always a factor.  Not just for corporate headquarters, but the security posture at remote locations is a risk to an organization.  It is a common misconception that remote... Read more about 'Evaluating Risk: Security Risks for Enterprise Companies with Many Locations'...

Automotive Compliance Consulting (ACC) Partners with Nuspire for IT Compliance and Security Resource

Navigating the requirements around Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance and other regulations can be complicated, frustrating and time consuming. Read more about 'Automotive Compliance Consulting (ACC) Partners with Nuspire for IT Compliance and Security Resource'...

Nuspire Networks’ Acquisition of Security Confidence Combines Big Data Analytics with Human Monitoring for Enhanced Enterprise Security

COMMERCE, MI. (April 27, 2015) - Nuspire Networks, the leading provider of state-of-the-science network management and security solutions, today announced its ongoing efforts to integrate Big Data analytics with correlation and... Read more about 'Nuspire Networks’ Acquisition of Security Confidence Combines Big Data Analytics with Human Monitoring for Enhanced Enterprise Security'...

Fending off Dealership Cybercrime

Nuspire Networks’ expert Tim Gallagher was recently featured in an article from Ward’s Auto, where he, and Nuspire customer Frank Scher, information technology director of Koeppel Auto Group in Brooklyn and... Read more about 'Fending off Dealership Cybercrime'...

Patient Security should always go Beyond Compliance

Healthcare organizations accounted for 42 percent of all major data breaches reported in 2014. Hackers recognize stored patient data−both health and financial information−is not only valuable, it is more vulnerable... Read more about 'Patient Security should always go Beyond Compliance'...

What are hackers doing with data in 2015?

Nuspire Networks was recently featured in an eWeek slideshow on what hackers are doing with victims’ data in 2015, highlighting 2014 was the most public year of data breaches. Read more about 'What are hackers doing with data in 2015?'...

Dealership Security: Proactive Practice is Best Practice

Nuspire Networks was recently featured on the cover of F&I and Showroom magazine to discuss dealership data security practices, and one particular customer who was spared from losing the trust of her... Read more about 'Dealership Security: Proactive Practice is Best Practice'...

SC Magazine’s Spotlight on Kristi Carrier

For its “Me and My Job” section, SC Magazine recently interviewed Nuspire Network’s very own Kristi Carrier. Read more about 'SC Magazine’s Spotlight on Kristi Carrier'...

Android security exploit affecting almost 1 billion devices

Android smartphone and tablets running the Jelly Bean (4.3) version of the OS or below, are vulnerable to up to 11 different exploits which are now part of Metasploit, which is... Read more about 'Android security exploit affecting almost 1 billion devices'...

Park ‘N Fly & OneStopParking.com Breaches

Yesterday Park ‘N Fly (“PNF”) officially announced the long suspected breach of credit card data stolen from their network.  Park N’ Fly made an official announcement ontheir website yesterday stating: Read more about 'Park ‘N Fly & OneStopParking.com Breaches'...

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