Detecting threats in the enterprise network
Tonya Hall talks to TK Keanini, distinguished engineer and product line CTO for analytics at Cisco, about how you can use behavioral methods to detect potential threats.
Malware-filled installer tries to trick Zoom users
As remote working becomes the norm because of coronavirus, cyber attackers are taking advantage by tricking people into downloading malware.
How data is making the EMS to emergency room hand-off easier
ESO Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brent Myers outlines how structured data from EMS calls are informing COVID-19 responses and protective gear needs. 5G may also bring doctors into the ambulance via video calls in the future. Read more: https://zd.net/2VaHeJ3
Mastercard ups contactless payment limit to AU$200
Further reducing the need to touch a terminal in an effort to help battle the spread of COVID-19.
Pluralsight makes entire library of courses free for April
Available to any new account created during April.
Aussie telco heavyweights create group to handle COVID-19 network surge
ACCC to authorise and oversee the working group that will coordinate financial support and congestion strategies.
Facebook’s research on mind-reading interfaces hits new milestone
A team of researchers sponsored by the social media giant has managed to translate neural activity into English sentences with an error rate of only 3% for vocabularies of up to 300 words.
How hackers are exploiting Zoom’s popularity and how you can stay protected
Danny Palmer tells Karen Roby that coronavirus social distancing means there’s been a surge in people using video conferencing tools — and cyber criminals are trying to take advantage. Read more: https://zd.net/2wieVjg
LimeRAT malware spreads via a new campaign employing an old tactic
The VelvetSweatshop Excel encryption technique is proving fruitful in a new campaign.
A new era of cyber war
Andy Greenberg, author and senior cybersecurity writer at Wired, sits down to talk with Tonya Hall about why a new era of cyber war is coming and the distinction that we should consider cyber war a war crime, and not an outright war.