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So far Jimber Software has created 28 blog entries.
9 05, 2021

Security in a growing company


Cybersecurity is a very important pillar of your organization. It goes without saying that this also applies to Jimber. Security has many facets. A breach in any of these can have a major impact on the operations of your business. Jimber started as a small company. We used to use [...]

2 05, 2021

Cyber security in the Australian school curriculum


The Australian government proposes cyber security education for kids aged five to sixteen to help them handle this increasingly online world. The five-year-olds will be taught not to share personal information, like their date of birth or full name. After that they will learn about pop ups, online competitions and [...]

19 04, 2021

Alarming cyber security blind spot


Few things have had such a radical influence on office culture in recent years as the sudden shift during the pandemic to remote work for just about every company. But this can cause an alarming cyber security blind spot. Instead of commuting into an office, most employees are logging in [...]

12 04, 2021

North Korean hackers use fake company to trick researchers


North Korean hackers use a fake security company and social media accounts as part of a widespread campaign to trick cybersecurity researchers with malware. Hackers have leveraged at least two fake accounts on LinkedIn that impersonate recruiters appearing to be from antivirus software and security companies. One of the recruiters, supposedly named [...]

4 04, 2021

3 cyber security lessons learned from the pandemic


Protecting a company with only remotely working employees and their devices at this scale and speed has never been done before. Now, we do it every day. Learn from the 3 cyber security lessons we learned from the pandemic. Cybersecurity professionals are always ready to adapt. Our role is focused [...]

22 03, 2021

Acer facing ransomware demand


What happened? Acer is facing a ransomware demand, they are reportedly the latest technology giant to have fallen victim to a blackmail attack. The Taiwanese company has been attacked by a gang using the extortion virus REvil demanding the transfer of $50 million worth of Monero cryptocurrency in exchange for [...]

14 03, 2021

Microsoft Exchange Server hacked


In early January the Microsoft Exchange Server was hacked. The Microsoft Exchange Server hosts email and calendar services. The initial hackers were Chinese cyber spies, but after that other intruders also got in, using the initial breach as their way in. There are hundreds of thousands of victims in all [...]

28 02, 2021

Biggest trends – and threats – in cyber security


As we've written before, 2020 was clearly the year where cyber criminality skyrocketed. So of course this has consequences for cyber security in 2021. Learn about the biggest trends and threats in cyber security that we have observed. Threats Using the cloud In 2020 we used the cloud more than [...]

25 02, 2021

Farmers have to hack their own tractors to keep them running


Yes, you've read that right. Farmers are required to hack their own equipment, just to keep it running. Companies, such as John Deere, aren't willing to license out the software necessary to diagnose and fix their farm equipment. This forces owners to source that software online. Farmers say that they [...]

17 02, 2021

Friend or foe: three examples of fraud on WhatsApp


Case 1: the family affair You are contacted by someone that claims to be your son or daughter, or a very close relative that you care about. This relative is in desperate need of money to pay some bills, or is lost at a train station and cannot get home [...]

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