Trustaira Blog
April 29, 2018        Trustaira Staff

The acronym SQL (pronounced SEQUEL) stands for Structured Query Language, a language for querying and editing information stored in a certain database management system. SQL was developed in the early 1970s by some people working for IBM. Short after that, in 1979, a company called Relational Software, which later became Oracle Corporation,  released its own modified version of SQL. Today, SQL is used in many products, including…

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February 20, 2018        Trustaira Staff

  A malicious insider is a trusted insider who abuses his/her privileges in a system to hinder the system’s operations, damage data, or disclose sensitive information which causes damage to the system. Malicious insider threat is one of the most dangerous threats to any organization. By being an insider, he/she have already gotten past your first defense and they might be interested by a desire…

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February 1, 2018        Trustaira Staff

The use of mobile and hand-held devices reaches at an all-time high. Mobile Banking Security risk is very high as well. According to a KPCB (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers) report, mobile digital media is now outpacing desktop usage. The report stated that adults with access to digital media use mobile 51 percent of the time compared to 42 percent for desktop usage and 7…

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January 28, 2018        Trustaira Staff

During an internal security audit, security experts at Levono have identified a firmware backdoor in RackSwitch and BladeCenter networking switch families. This China based company released firmware updates during 2nd week of this January 2018 to fix this network switch backdoor.   Backdoor Added in 2004 in ENOS The firmware that powers some Lenovo and IBM RackSwitch and BladeCenter switches is known as The Enterprise Network…

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January 14, 2018        Trustaira Staff

Recently, The Wi-Fi Alliance which includes major vendors like Apple, Cisco, Dell, Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm as well as vast contributing members made an important announcement. They have decide to roll out a new standard of Wi-Fi access protocol WPA3. WP3 has significant advantage over the current protocol WPA2.  But, WPA3 is not here to replace WPA2, at least no immediately. Wi-Fi Alliance will continue to…

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