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Great day for the team at the CREST & IISP Congress event in London today. Members of our security consulting teams delivered talks on social engineering and visitors were able to test their hacking skills against the traffic lights on our stand. Thanks to everyone who came along!
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2016-03-10
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Attending BSidesNYC? Could you be interested in joining our team? Come and say hello and find out about our recruitment opportunities. We’re also sponsoring the Capture The Flag competition – all the details on how to enter are on the BSidesNYC website here: https://bsidesnyc.org/ctf/

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Nettitude’s Ben Rothke discusses the issue of a shortage of people in the information security sector in the first of a new three-part series: http://www.csoonline.com/article/2999627/it-careers/prospective-security-employees-see-too-many-low-ball-offers.html

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Our security researchers monitor changes in the global cyber threat landscape on an ongoing basis.  Today, we have released a report into the activity that our research team has observed from our Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) systems during September 2015. This new report details our examination of a global honeypot network and various attack trends, including the rise of highly targeted phishing attacks: https://www.nettitude.co.uk/nettitudes-cyber-threat-intelligence-report-from-october-2015/ 

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New to the Nettitude security blog: A technical analysis of ELF/Spylock.A Malware for GNU/Linux by our own Graham Shaw: https://www.nettitude.co.uk/technical-analysis-of-elfspylock-a-malware-for-gnulinux/

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Pony two years on: Tom Wilson from Nettitude analyses this notorious malware and provides advice for how you can protect against it: https://www.nettitude.co.uk/pony-malware-two-years-later

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On Thursday afternoon at 16:15 our CTO, Ben Densham, will take to the stage to discuss cybercrime at the annual 20|20 Vizion conference with Ford at Donington Park. Ben’s talk will address cybercrime concerns, titled: ‘Understanding the risk, how safe is your data really?’ http://www.2020vizion.co.uk/

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An important part of any PCI compliance programme is to establish where in your environment card data is stored. In our latest blog article, Adrian Shaw, ‎Senior Incident Response Consultant at Nettitude investigates how thinking like a programmer can help you achieve PCI compliance excellence: https://www.nettitude.co.uk/thinking-like-a-programmer-for-pci-compliance-excellence/

Our own Graham Shaw discusses the Dridex malware stealing millions from online accounts in this new blog post: https://www.nettitude.co.uk/dridex-malware-steals-millions-from-online-bank-accounts/ 

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New to the blog: Nettitude’s head of R&D, Dr. Jules Pagna Disso, discusses the discovery of new malware targeting Bitcoin wallets: https://www.nettitude.co.uk/new-malware-targets-financial-data/ 
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