Are Viruses, Worms, and Malware The Same Thing?


Shigraf Aijaz, Cybersecurity Writer and Journalist,

Viruses, Worms, Malware

Viruses, worms, and malware have somewhat become a buzzword, causally tossed around in conversations related to cybersecurity. However, since these terms are often associated with significant security issues and data breaches, it is crucial to gain better insight into what each of these terms means.  Are Viruses, Worms, and Malware The Same Thing? In common … Read more

Unveiling the World of Mobile Malware and Threat Research: Tools, Tactics, and Procedures


Anthony Ricco, Chief Marketing Officer, Corellium

Mobile Malware

As mobile devices become an integral part of our daily lives, the importance of understanding and combating mobile malware and threats becomes increasingly critical. Mobile malware poses a significant risk to users, with the potential to compromise sensitive data, invade privacy, and disrupt normal device functionality. This article illuminates the power of mobile malware threats … Read more

Switching to a Safer Mobile Security Solution is Critical for B2B Security


Anas Baig, Product Manager,

Mobile Security

In today’s digital world, businesses are becoming more and more dependent on mobile devices to conduct their operations. From communication and data transfer to managing customer relationships and transactions, mobile technology is rapidly becoming the go-to tool for business operations. Unfortunately, this also means that businesses are increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks due to inadequate security … Read more

How to Tell if Your Wireless Router Has Been Hacked


Harry Wilson, Head of Digital Marketing Department, Globex Outreach

How to Tell if Your Wireless Router Has Been Hacked

Routers are hardware devices used by ISPs (Internet Service Providers) to connect their customers to their xDSL or cable internet network. Wi-Fi routers or wireless routers combine wireless access points, networking functions, and a router. In essence, routers connect local networks to the internet or other local networks; thus, wireless access points connect devices to … Read more

The Principle of Least Privilege: The Whats, the Whys, and the Hows


Ameera Azeez, Product Specialist, ManageEngine


According to a recent infographic, in 2020 more than 70% of cybersecurity breaches happened due to the misuse of privileges. This emphasizes the need for the enterprise-wide elimination of unnecessary privileges, which is exactly what the Principle of Least Privilege (PoLP) advocates. Here is a detailed breakdown of what this principle means for organizations and … Read more


Companies Must Prepare for Escalating Ransomware Attacks and Threats


Noman Ansari, Senior Writer, Malwarebytes

Ransomware Attacks - Cybersecurity Software

There certainly have been some dangerous ransomware attacks in the recent past. In 2017, the WannaCry ransomware attack exploited a security flaw in Microsoft Windows OS to hold over 200,000 computers hostage worldwide. The hospitals that were struck by WannaCry had to cancel essential procedures, including emergency services. After postponing thousands of appointments, the costs … Read more

Safe Apps: How Can You Tell?


Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Safe App, Kids safety, kid on Ipad, cybersafe

StandHogg Hits Google Store According to Forbes, Google Android Threats continue to permeate through malware ridden apps that may affect many Android users. Researchers at the Norwegian app security company Promon claim that safe apps can be corrupted through dangerous vulnerabilities. In this particular case, the vulnerability, being dubbed “StrandHogg”, allows dangerous malware to pose … Read more

OnePlus Reveals Second Data Breach in Two Years


Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine


Smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has been the victim of a data breach in which an unauthorized party gained access to customer’s order information. One Plus has released a statement revealing that customer names, contact numbers, emails, and shipping addresses might have been susceptible to theft. However, they have revealed that customer’s payment information, passwords, and accounts … Read more

What Bitcoin Needs to Become a True Global Currency


Frankie Wallace, ,


The popularity of bitcoin is connected with being able to purchase things across the world without changing currency, as well as being able to stay anonymous and do business without interference from government agencies. Even though its popularity is growing rapidly, there are issues preventing the global adoption of bitcoin. Before cryptocurrencies can become a … Read more