It has been reported that Cybercriminals are using a new phishing campaign that impersonates “secure messages” from private financial institutions such as Bank of America and TD Commercial banking to deliver malware to unsuspecting victims, security researchers have found. The spoof emails claim to be secure messages from a legitimate banking institution and instruct the user to either download an attached document, reply to the sender or follow a set of instructions. They also use legitimate-looking bank domains, the institution’s logo and even a confidentiality statement at the bottom of the email to trick the user into believing these are secure message from their bank
According to a new report by the European policing agency Europol, ransomware is the top threat facing computer users, with high-profile attacks such as ‘WannaCry’ that reached millions of devices. Following this news, Brian Robison, senior director of security technology at Cylance, commented:
- New full-color digital instrument panel now on majority of Can-Am Spyder models
- Smartphone connectivity for seamless app integration while riding
- New Dark and Chrome color options on select models
BRP (TSX:DOO) introduces a new, fully-digital instrument panel on a majority of its 2018 Can-Am Spyder vehicles. Always having the consumer in mind, the ingenious display is the first in the motorcycle industry to provide access to third-party smartphone apps, thanks to seamless connectivity via BRP ConnectTM. It also has Bluetooth technology allowing riders to play content from their Bluetooth-enabled devices directly to their Can-Am Spyder. Riders can access their navigation application, play content, and listen to music directly on their Can-Am Spyder vehicle to maximize the open road riding experience. The gauge is available on all 2018 Can-Am Spyder RT models, as well as the 2018 Can-Am Spyder F3-T and F3 Limited.
CLASSICS AT STANMER
Proud Country House Stanmer is delighted to announce our new monthly Car Meet event, ‘Classics at Stanmer’. Every Sunday of each month we will be inviting classic car owners and enthusiasts alike to get together in the sprawling grounds of our country pile and spend a perfect Sunday admiring the remarkable motors on display.
Caption: The Postal Museum in Clerkenwell, London
Credit: The Postal Museum
Thursday 28 September 2017 The Postal Museum has today released nearly 10,000 extra tickets for the Mail Rail ride before the end of the year, responding to huge public demand to be among the first to explore London’s newest attraction.
The Information Security Forum (ISF) is a not-for-profit association that researches and analyses security and risk management issues on behalf of its members. They have a membership comprising of many of the world’s leading organisations featured on the Fortune 500 and Forbes 2000 lists, making them the vendor-neutral voice on how cyber is affecting businesses today. One issue that ISF members have identified as a top priority is the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
LONDON UK — Sept. 28, 2017 – IT Executives are failing to recognise the importance of IT security new research has revealed, with most businesses placing the issues of completing IT projects on time and reducing IT costs ahead of a secure network, regardless of the concerns highlighted during the recent Equifax data breach that exposed the data of 400,000 UK residents.
In a recent global survey, One Identity has discovered that ex-employees could still be causing chaos in modern business. After surveying more than 900 IT security professionals, results indicate that twenty percent are not confident that people who have left the organisation – therefore no longer requiring access to IT systems – have those access rights taken away, or deprovisioned, in a timely enough manner.
‘Spot the signs’
Politicians like Comrade Corbyn and Mayor Khan’t may think that slavery is part of cultural enrichment and part of living in a big city, but its still a crime that demands detection and prosecution – Great Britain led the way in outlawing slavery and set aside a large percentage of GDP to buy the freedom of slaves
Crimestoppers partners with the GLAA to tackle slavery in the UK
Transport and Warehousing listed as common industries for exploitation
Independent charity Crimestoppers is today partnering with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) to help the UK public ‘Spot The Signs’ of slavery in a bid to tackle this growing issue.