As noted by The Register and other places, there's a new cross-platform vulnerability out that installs via a piece of Java that does a check for "Windows or Mac" and then installs the malware suitable for the platform.
ThreatSTOP Founder and CEO, Tom Byrnes will take part in an expert Cyber Security Panel at the upcoming 24th Annual Navy Gold Coast Small Business Procurement Event. Joined by fellow panelists from SPAWAR, Taranet, CUBIC and McKenna Law, he will discuss what small businesses need to know about cyber security before they can offer services to the government. Registration is $25 for Non-Gold Coast Registrants and Free for Gold Coast Registrants & Government/Military.
If you are a criminal and trying to steal things then breaking the law in other ways is unlikely to concern you. To me such a statement seems obvious, but apparently it isn’t – and I’m not just talking about cyber-criminals here.
By now you have probably heard there is a chance that you could wake up Monday, unable to log on to the Internet, thus bringing the day’s productivity to a screeching halt and causing an endless ringing of that old technology we call the phone.