Thursday, February 21, 2013

CERTStation Cyber Security Dashboard

CERTStation's Cyber Security Dashboard is an IT security intelligence dashboard that provides a snapshot of an organization's security status, allowing it to make instantaneous and informed decisions to safeguard the security of its systems.

CERTStation's Cyber Security Dashboard is a web based application that provides users with advanced security data management, scanning, and threat management capabilities over the Internet.

The widget allows you to monitor the latest news on viruses, worms, trojans, bugs, news and sparklines. It gives you an overview on the latest happening in the security arena. The widget appears on the first and second dashboard screens.

CERTStation Inc.'s security news information collection systems and analysts develop a weekly report called as Threat Management Advisory (TMA). The data for the report is a combination of CERTStation's own published information combined with hundreds of public and private sources. The report offers an easy to read weekly threat advisory that readers can incorporate into their threat assessment processes and procedures.

A simple registration at CERTStation News TMA Registration will enable you to receive the industry's leading threat management advisory report. To read the current TMA, Click Here

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Facebook targeted by hackers!!!

Facebook officials said they recently discovered that computers belonging to several of its engineers had been hacked using a zero-day Java attack that installed a collection of previously unseen malware. Company officials said that the attack did not expose customer data, and it was contained to the laptops of a small number of Facebook engineers. But other companies who were affected by the same hacking campaign may not have been so lucky. <<more>>

Saturday, February 2, 2013

250,000 Twitter accounts HACKED!!!

Twitter has become the latest victim in a number of high-profile cyber-attacks against media companies, saying hackers may have gained access to information on 250,000 of its more than 200 million active users. The social media giant said in a blog posting that earlier this week it detected attempts to gain access to its user data. It shut down one attack moments after it was detected. But it discovered that the attackers may have stolen user names, email addresses and encrypted passwords belonging to 250,000 users. Twitter reset the pilfered passwords and sent emails advising affected users.