How can I help in securing your assets?
Reliable protection of your computers, personal gadgets, and networks on the every threat level – from technical to human. Providing your confidentiality on the Internet.
Verification of information
Checking your business partners and competitors with two-factor technique of information-psychological analysis. Assessment of information credibility.
Risk assessment and threat modeling
Acute and high-qualified assessment of your systems’ vulnerabilities on the technical and human level and elaborating strong methods of protection.
Recovering reputation after information attacks and negative media campaigns. Preventive creation of bulletproof reputation to resist such attacks. Working with public opinion.
Who owns information, he owns the world (N.Rothschilds)
that definitely will assist you
This story happened to me a few years ago. I was really angry and indignant when discovered that one of my feature articles was stolen and published under a false name on a website. Fortunately, the website had very detailed […]
If the headline above frightened or at least alarmed you, that means you really can fall prey of this cybercrime. Because it is a bit different from others. While the perpetrators usually aim at a vulnerability of your PC, this […]
The best way to defend yourself against the criminal mind is to try and get inside it. This is not without hazards of course, because you don’t want to end up becoming a criminal yourself! Social engineering is a particularly […]
In late June this year, a huge malware cyberattack paralyzed Ukrainian government and private computer networks, before spreading across the globe. Now, Ukrainian MPs have adopted an important law aimed at strengthening state policy on cybersecurity. Here to talk about […]
My video courses
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- Rickroll Grad Prank Exposes Exterity IPTV BugIPTV and IP video security is increasingly under scrutiny, even by high school kids.Becky Bracken
- Verizon’s Visible Wireless Carrier Confirms Credential-Stuffing AttackVisible says yes, user accounts were hijacked, but it denied a breach. As of today, users are still posting tales of forcibly changed passwords and getting stuck with bills for pricey new iPhones.Lisa Vaas
- CryptoRom Scam Rakes in $1.4M by Exploiting Apple Enterprise FeaturesThe campaign, which uses the Apple Developer Program and Enterprise Signatures to get past Apple's app review process, remains active.Tara Seals
- Podcast: 67% of Orgs Have Been Hit by Ransomware at Least OnceFortinet’s Derek Manky discusses a recent global survey showing that two-thirds of organizations suffered at least one ransomware attack, while half were hit multiple times.Threatpost
- FreakOut Botnet Turns DVRs Into Monero CryptominersThe new Necro Python exploit targets Visual Tool DVRs used in surveillance systems.Becky Bracken