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Tonny Rabjerg

The Secrets Behind Man-in-the-Browser Attacks

Cyber-crime continues to innovate and evolve. New trends in digital warfare emerge all the time and cyber-enabled offences such as financial crime and fraud advance unabated. Today, more and more criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience, and anonymity of the internet to commit a diverse range of devastating activities. And, with estimated costs to the global economy now running into the trillions of dollars, the time for companies to take control of their cyber-security has arrived.

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Tonny Rabjerg

Why You Need User Interface Protection

Cyber-crime is at an all-time high. As the number of possible attacks evolves and expands, the financial and reputational fallout from data breaches is intensifying. Today’s organizations face virtually relentless assaults from hacker teams, criminal syndicates, unsavoury competitors, nation-states and hacktivists. And, as the digital frontier continues to advance, companies can no longer afford to ignore any aspect of cyber-security, especially those facets often neglected, such as the user interface (UI). 

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Tonny Rabjerg

What is User Interface Protection?

Organizations are finally beginning to come to terms with the destructive capabilities of cyberattacks.  But as many as 80% still leave browsers completely unprotected.

From malware to ransomware, through phishing and denial of service, companies are witnessing first-hand the havoc hackers can now inflict on their organisation.

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CodeSealer Awarded Bronze Softshell Vendor Award

We were delighted when Softshell , a key value-add distributor in the cybersecurity industry, presented us with a bronze vendor award.

This follows shortly after Softshell featured us in the vendor news section of their website, with an excerpt from Fintech Finance magazine. Here, the magazine interviewed our CEO, Tonny Rabjerg about general company attitudes to cyber security, something which he highlighted needs to change soon.

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Tonny Rabjerg

Cybersecurity - how Equifax got it so wrong

The US credit monitoring service, Equifax, announced this month that a data breach of 143 million American records was discovered on July 29th. The breach included names, social security numbers, dates of birth and addresses. Many experts have blamed Equifax for not following appropriate financial security guidelines, such as keeping personal, billing and financial data in seperate places.

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