AI in Cybersecurity: White And Dark Sides

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Some people believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the ability to amplify our natural human intelligence, as long as it remains in good hands. Let’s take a closer look at AI and how it can benefit – or negatively influence – our lives in the near future.

Artificial intelligence is progressing at a rapid pace and we often associate it with science fiction movies where we see robots performing human-like tasks. Today, Artificial Intelligence deployment is very vast – from controlling autonomous weapons, to powering Google search algorithms.

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How Ransomware Hackers Cash Out Bitcoins

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Research at Google presented a study on the ransomware ecosystem recently. The research talks about a variety of popular topics such as the flow of ransom payments from a victim to a hacker and also ways to exchange bitcoins, either by purchasing them or cashing them out. The study also uses graphs to show annual incomes of Locky, Cerber and WannaCry malwares, and the rise of Ransomware as a service, where anyone can become a hacker.

Main points:

  • Tracing cash outs of ransom payments.

Tracing payments through the bitcoin chain

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Spinbackup Data Protection: What Is It?

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Spinbackup Data Protection What Is It

You have probably read about recently updated Google DLP for Gmail and Drive, so now let us introduce you the Spinbackup data protection solution that perfectly adds significant value to Google DLP.

Spinbackup Data Protection for G Suite is a set of security features to protect organizations of any size against data Leak and Loss disasters in the cloud by letting G Suite administrators back up their sensitive data, identify security risks, and fix them before they become a huge disaster. Spinbackup helps organizations gain more control and visibility over data security by providing an additional layer of protection from third-party apps connected to their G Suite account, insider threats, and sensitive data security beyond what Google can offer.

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How to Sign Up for Spinbackup Account for Individuals

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In order to protect your valuable information from being hacked, accidentally deleted or stolen, as well as from rare but still existing Google IT failures, you should always backup all your Google services, and rest assured that your Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, Google Photos, Google Contacts, and Google Tasks data is secured.

The best option for this is creating the Spinbackup account. To do this, follow these simple steps.

  1. Go to and press the Free Trial button.

Spinbackup free trial

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Cloud-to-Cloud Backup for Dummies

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Have you ever worked on a production facility? If you have than you know that there is a strict dress code. If not, then let me give you a little sneak peak. You need to wear specific black shoes that weigh a lot and by the end of the day you feel like you have been working out. You need to wear protection glasses, cover your head with a helmet and, most likely, use earplugs. If you fail to follow the dress code, you might get kicked out. Ok, maybe not kicked out, but the minimum you might get is a fine, the maximum, an injury.
It’s a habit that you need to acquire to keep yourself safe.

Cloud-to-Cloud Backup for Dummies

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Top 9 IT Tools Every Small and Medium Business Needs

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Managing even the smallest of businesses can be challenging, but luckily there is no shortage of IT applications designed to make things easier in terms of organization, planning, finances, and dealing with customers.

Many of the most popular services are cloud-based meaning they are easy to employ (no need to install software on several workstations), and accessible from any device and location. As you pay as you go and are charged only for the number of users that need access, these services are often easier on the budget than investing thousands dollars in traditional software.

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Ransomware: Global Damage

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Today, we are going to explore the damage that Ransomware brings and guide you how to ensure effective Ransomware protection.
The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) conducted an in-depth study about the virus CryptoWall version 3 (CW3). So, we are sharing their analysis and publishing excerpts of the CryptoWall report:
Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts a victim’s files and subsequently demands payment in return for the key that can decrypt the said files. These files may contain various types of information, such as important financial data, business records, databases, and personal files that may hold sentimental value to the victim, such as photos and home movies. Once these files are identified, the ransomware will encrypt the files using a key known only by the attackers. In order to acquire this key to decrypt these files, the victim must pay a ransom to the attackers, often in the form of electronic currency, such as bitcoin.

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How to Upgrade Your Individual Account to Business

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On April 22, 2007 Google launched the professional package of Google Apps for Enterprise. Since then, more than 6 million companies around the world are using Google Apps for managing their business. So what has been the secret of Google’s success? In my opinion, it’s as a result of ongoing service & security improvements, along with enhanced capabilities that require only a nominal amount of additional IT resources.

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