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Anti-ISIL Hackers Claim Responsibility for Massive Cyber Attack on BBC

January 29, 2016 | NSFOCUS

eSecurity Planet: All of the BBC’s websites were taken offline for several hours on the morning of December 31, 2015 as result of a massive 660 Gbps DDoS attack. The hacking group, named New World Hacking claimed the responsibility and addressed that to use the attack as a test of its capabilities for planed attacks […]

BBC Services Suffer DDoS Attack on New Year’s Eve

January 29, 2016 | NSFOCUS

Softpedia According to the incident of BBC services suffer the massive DDoS attack on New Year’s Eve, our security expert and director Dave Martin responded to Softpedia.com that after a DDoS attack, it is very important to perform a comprehensive forensic analysis of the incident. The analysis should cover not only the targets of the […]

Security a top concern for holiday shoppers, retailers

January 29, 2016 | NSFOCUS

The Green Sheet The National Retail Federation and security analysts are urging merchants and consumers to remain vigilant during the high-peak shopping season, noting that high-volume sales may provide additional opportunities for cybercriminals to attack vulnerable POS infrastructures. The articles also listed the security best practices for merchant and consumer. Our security specialist Vann Abernethy […]