In a recent study conducted in collaboration with the University of Bradford, we put to the test static and dynamic detection of antivirus systems against malicious files and our results were significantly different from those achieved by av-test.org. We tested antivirus with malicious files on the day they were created. The tests performed by av-test.org used malware that had been in circulation for few days.
Keeping your business safe from cybercrime doesn’t just revolve around installing the latest anti-virus software, a big part of keeping your assets protected comes down to your employees, making sure they’re aware and educated.
Here’s our guide to your security awareness training for your business.
Nettitude are sent many suspected phishing emails for investigation. This week we received one that is a great example of how to analyse phishing emails in a bit more depth.
Topics: Security Blog
Since the WannaCry ransomware outbreak in May 2017, many people have been wondering what will be next…
The use of a sophisticated exploit that enabled the worm element to propagate was both clever and worrying. But the relatively unsophisticated ransomware attached to it meant that for many people, the impact was containable by simply patching systems.
Companies are dreading the news that they are being held to ransom, especially if it is through a more sophisticated mechanism which may not so easily be stopped or halted, or for those that acknowledge that their protection is not as up to date as it should be.
The WannaCry malware is a good example of how an attacker can take advantage of a vulnerability and a recent exploitation tool that has been made available to the public.
Topics: Research & Innovation