Successful malware and ransomware attacks often involve poor processes and exploit human weaknesses, according to the regional security officer of a cyber security firm.
Palo Alto’s Unit 42 has identified a new variant of the IoT/Linux botnet “Tsunami” dubbed “Amnesia” that targets commercial grade closed circuit TV DVR (digital video recorder) devices made by TVT Digital and branded by over 70 vendors worldwide. About 227,000 devices are affected.
There is no such thing as a 100% secure network, especially if it is attached to the Internet, according to Sean Duca, vice-president and regional chief security officer - Asia Pacific at Palo Alto Networks.
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