Will blockchain transform supply chain management?

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Just as no man is an island, no business operates entirely on its own. We all have a supply chain, a support network of businesses providing the products and services we rely on to get our own work done.

This supply chain has always been a major risk point for businesses – we count on our suppliers to get their work done to standard and on time, but also to protect our interests, and in many cases our data and that ...

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Penetration Tests: Why It Stops Trouble Before It’s Too Late

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No matter what kind of company you work in, if it has online assets – like a web store or site, or databases containing sensitive information like business strategies, financials, or customer info – you face a dilemma: how do I stop unauthorized users from entering restricted systems and accessing files, yet ensure seamless accessibility to my users?

There are of course countless approaches to this problem, usually including layers of security, powerful software and enforced policies. Now, even in big ...

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Cryptomining overtakes Ransomware as leading malware and cause of headaches for IT

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According to experts, current crypto value is said to reach one trillion dollars this year. With an estimated five-to-ten million active wallets.

Take Statista, who reports the price of Bitcoin experienced an increase from about 371 U.S. dollars in January 2016 to over 13 thousand by December 2017. Also, market capitalization of Bitcoin rose from $0.04 billion in Q1 2012 to over $230 billion in Q4 2017.

Many of us would be lying if we said we hadn’t at least thought ...

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Cryptomining – How Prevalent Is It And How To Stop It

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One of the recent additions to the cyber threat landscape plaguing many organizations is the introduction of Crypto Miners. Due to the rise in popularity of Cryptocurrency, attackers have been shifting their attention and focus on gaining access to as many resources as they can find. The end goal of these attacks is to utilize the victim’s CPU to mine Cryptocurrency. To gain access to these resources the attackers are cycling in and out the latest and most popular exploitable ...

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Blockchain – not just for cryptocurrencies, and not guaranteed secure

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Blockchain continues to be widely promoted as a panacea set to revolutionize the internet, cut out all manner of middle-men and lead us to a new, simpler, safer world.

In the minds of most everyday folks (at least, those who are aware of it at all), it remains closely tied to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, while even those who have heard about its wider applications tend to consider it super-secure by default.

But both these assumptions are on very shaky ground: it ...

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Blockchain: Can it secure the Internet?

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The recent Bitcoin bubble thrust the concept of cryptocurrencies firmly into the public consciousness. But attention quickly shifted away from Bitcoin itself – just one of a huge range of crypto-powered digital currencies, after all – and onto the technology that underpins it: the blockchain.

Blockchain has been the focus of huge amounts of research and development for at least a few years now, but it’s only really in the last six months or so that ...

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