Category: Cyber security
F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response backs up companies fighting intruders and helps overstretched cyber security personnel stop breaches automatically before they happen in one easy to use solution.
F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response solution combines the benefits of human expertise and artificial intelligence to give companies an edge in the fight against targeted attacks.
A new F-Secure report finds that ransomware attacks exploded in 2017 thanks to WannaCry, but a decline in other types of ransomware signals a potential shift in the malware’s use by cyber criminals.
F-Secure’s new service combines expertise in aviation and cyber security to help aviation companies protect their most critical assets. Buckinghamshire, UK – 15th March, 2018: Trust is everything in the aviation industry. And a successful cyber attack – even a minor one against something like an in-flight entertainment system – could undermine confidence in airlines […]
Channel partners have immense new service opportunities to protect their customers from rising numbers of targeted and fileless attacks with a leading-edge managed endpoint detection and response service. Buckinghamshire, UK – 28th February, 2018: Businesses globally are being compromised by an onslaught of targeted and fileless cyber attacks, and industry-leading cyber security vendor F-Secure is […]
New F-Secure-sponsored report reveals that the security failings in today’s Internet-connected devices will only become more pervasive unless action is taken immediately. Buckinghamshire, UK — 25th January, 2018: In its current form, the Internet of Things (IoT) represents a considerable threat to consumers due to inadequate regulations regarding security and privacy, say experts interviewed by […]
Insecure defaults in Intel AMT allow an intruder to completely bypass user and BIOS passwords and TPM and Bitlocker PINs to backdoor almost any corporate laptop in a matter of seconds. Buckinghamshire, UK – 12th January, 2018: F-Secure reports a security issue affecting most corporate laptops that allows an attacker with physical access to backdoor […]
F-Secure is partnering with the Global Cyber Alliance to step up the fight against malicious URLs with a secure DNS service that companies and individuals can use for free. Buckinghamshire, UK – 16th November, 2017: Every single day, F-Secure Labs discovers nearly 30,000 malicious URLs used in phishing attacks, ransomware campaigns, and other cyber attacks. […]
Email exposure study also shows 81% of the world’s top CEOs have had their personal information exposed in spam lists or leaked marketing databases. Buckinghamshire, UK – 25th October, 2017: Nearly one in three major CEOs has been “pwned” using their company email address, according to a new F-Secure study of CEO email exposure. In […]
F-Secure and the University of Helsinki re-launch their cyber security MOOC following the success of last year’s offering. Buckinghamshire, UK – 3rd October, 2017: Cyber Security Base with F-Secure, an online course series developed by the University of Helsinki and F-Secure, is back for another year. Over 50,000 people from the United States, Finland, the […]
F-Secure’s new cyber security report paints a stark picture of the threats posed by insecure networks and devices, the internet of things, cyber crime and more. Berkshire, UK – 15th February 2017: Cyber security company F-Secure released a new report today that explores the trends and threats defining the current state of cyber security across […]
Acquisition expected to expand and strengthen F-Secure’s industry-leading cyber security services offerings. Berkshire, UK – 16th February 2017: Cyber security company F-Secure has acquired privately-held company Inverse Path, an industry leader in providing security services to the avionics, automotive and industrial control sectors. Inverse Path’s expertise in hardware security and the safety of critical embedded […]
Overconfidence in technology is leaving companies exposed to phishing and other attacks that prey on humans, as evidenced by red team tests where 52% of employees clicked on a link in a fake email. Buckinghamshire, UK – 22nd March 2017: Attackers consistently prey on companies that have what cyber security experts call a “false sense […]