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Webhose’s Top 4 Predictions in Cyber for 2019

Posted on January 8, 2019 by

What Can We Expect on the Dark Web in 2019? From the data breach of major consumer brands like British Airways to huge social media sites like Quora and Facebook, 2018 showed us that it’s not a question of if, but when an organization will suffer a security breach. What’s more, the cost of data

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Webhose 2018 Year in Review

Posted on December 21, 2018 by

The Year in Review at Webhose What a year we’ve had at Webhose! With your ongoing feedback we’ve been able to develop offerings that better serve you. As we stop to catch our breath before the year ends, we wanted to review how much was achieved in such a short time. And we thought the

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The Danger of Fake Reviews

Posted on November 21, 2018 by

How to Spot Fake Reviews in Time for the Holidays Black Friday is here, and as the biggest shopping day of the year, it means a lot of people will be on their favorite ecommerce site this week shopping for the best deals. In total, Black Friday is estimated to reach almost $718 billion in

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What We Learned at HLS & Cyber 2018

Posted on November 19, 2018 by

This year Webhose attended the HLS & Cyber 2018 in Tel Aviv. The conference brought together 5,000 people from over 190 companies representing 85 countries to share their insights on where HLS (homeland security) and Cyber are heading, as well as to exchange ideas and gain perspectives on how to combat the ever-growing security threats.

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How a Web Monitoring Service Can Detect the Pakistani Banking Data Breach in Advance

Posted on November 8, 2018 by

Major banks across Pakistan have suspended use of their debit cards and blocked international transactions after a report that data from a total of 19,000 debit cards were stolen in a cyber security breach. Debit card details have been published in two separate dumps on the Darknet for sale. That got us thinking. Can data

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