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Espion’s technology partner Qualys, a leading provider of cloud security and compliance solutions, has found a critical vulnerability in the Linux GNU C Library (glibc), that allows attackers to remotely take control of an entire system without having any prior knowledge of system credentials.
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With spear phishing remaining the most common attack strategy for getting malware into an enterprise, the question remains, why do we take the bait?
Our latest 'Espion Intelligence' article tackles the latest trends in Social Engineering and is tailored to give those charged with protecting organisations a better understanding of the issues.
Join us for an introduction to Cisco Meraki and our cloud managed networking products, including wireless access points, security appliances, and switches.read more »
Join Espion as we discuss strategies for improving application security, and the ways this can support your business objectives.read more »
“There are serious security concerns around cloud computing relating to possible data loss - are these concerns warranted? What can companies do to protect themselves?”download »
How reactive has the financial industry been to the changing threats and attacks in network security. What are the latest solutions to prevent attacks? Is the message getting through to the financial sector – do they understand the risks?”download »
Highlights of anticipated changes to the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and Payment Application-Data Security Standard (PA-DSS), in order to prepare organisations for the introduction of Version 3.0 in November 2013.download »