Confirmed Speakers for ICCCF 2015, Macau

Confirmed key note speakers for the International Conference on Cybercrime and Computer Forensic 2015 in Macau:

Dr. David Lacey

Managing Director, iDcare

Senior Research Fellow, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

 

Dr. Russell G. Smith

Principal Criminologist,

Australian Institute of Criminology, Australia;

President, APATAS

 

Mr. Arron Baker

Chairman, Biometrics Institute

Assistant General Manager,

Immigration New Zealand

 

More confirmed speakers to come!

Network Protection agaisnt hackers

If you need a firewall you can find it in many offered SD WAN solutions. That means if the connection is not secure it can be hacked or used to steal credentials. If you know the IP address of your router then you can find the firewall rule and replace it with a fake rule which will intercept all traffic from that IP address. That can lead to you being logged in to your router or it will simply let all traffic through, but it is far from secure. It is best to never allow your router or any network devices to have an IP address. That way if a hacker does gain access to your router, you will be able to block all network access, also there are services that specialize in network protection using SD WANs and that you can find with services like Fortinet online and others.

You should also avoid downloading files on your computer that you do not need to. Downloading files without your knowledge is one of the most common ways to be tracked. A hacker can use your browser to make a connection back to your computer, then they will download a file on your computer. They can then use that file to create a botnet and connect it to your router. A lot of malicious sites use that botnet and it’s the easiest way for hackers to steal your information. They can do that because your ISP does not know what websites you’re visiting. You are essentially putting your credit card details in the hands of the hacker. If you want to reduce the chances that your computer has been hacked, it is recommended to always check the source code of the website. You should also check the domain names the site uses, or the URL you are redirected to on that website.

The hacker may have set up multiple accounts on a single website. As long as the URL used is unique, you will be able to recognize the account used by the hacker, and you can easily block that account.

The hacker is using techniques to make the site seem as if he or she is coming from a different website. This makes the site seem safe, and even convinces the victim to give the hacker access to their computer. The following are some common tactics of the hacker:

Spoof the Site Address. If the site’s address looks like an IP address, this means the hacker is using the site’s IP address as a proxy to pass the site’s information to the hacker.

If the site’s address looks like an IP address, this means the hacker is using the site’s IP address as a proxy to pass the site’s information to the hacker. Hack the Site’s SSL. SSL is a type of secure protocol that allows you to authenticate a site when visiting it using a website’s secure connection. It allows you to visit sites on their site with an encrypted connection. The hacker can intercept your encrypted connection and extract your login and passwords.

How to Protect Yourself and your Company from the Attack

There are a couple of things you can do to keep your company safe from this kind of attack.

Enable Two Factor Authentication on your Account

The best way to protect your login and password information from hackers is to enable two factor authentication on your account. Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is a security feature that adds an extra layer of security to your login information. This can be done through a simple password or a code sent to your phone or computer. Some of the popular browsers and mobile devices that offer two factor authentication include, Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. If your company is using a different mobile device, you can check if it has 2FA by heading to its website and logging in.

How to choose a Hosting Provider

How to choose a Hosting Provider

Choosing a web hosting for your site is really important.

You will probably want to host your website from your own home using a web hosting provider who offer a domain name and domain registrar services. But what if you need to host your business website somewhere else? Do you know who your favorite web hosting provider is?

No one, I guess? Well, the answer is, it’s pretty big list of companies that have provided an online website hosting service to its clients.

Getting involved with your personal website hosting service as well as using free and premium web hosting provider should start with an inquiry from you.

Even if you don’t have any clear idea of how your business website should be developed, it’s important that you decide which web hosting provider would best fit your needs.

Should you choose a free web hosting provider? What about a premium one?

No matter what you do, the most important thing you need to do is to choose a web hosting provider that you feel comfortable with.

There are quite a few free web hosting providers around, so it’s a very difficult choice to make which one is best.

Free web hosting providers range from perfectly respectable to a lot more dangerous. It’s crucial for you to look for a reputable web hosting provider that provides comprehensive services and all of the features that you need for your business.

But how do you find web hosting provider that’s free?

You can use a lot of different tools and resources, including Google, Bing, Yahoo, Akamai and many more.

How to choose a free or premium web hosting provider?

Free web hosting providers are limited in terms of what they can offer as compared to premium providers, but you can still get a decent website without any monthly fees, limited feature or maintenance fees.

While you have to remember that the free web hosting provider you choose will not always have the most features, you should definitely consider which features are essential to you when choosing a web hosting provider, since some offer options like dedicated hosting and more.

On the one hand you want to avoid any time-consuming features you may not need and you want to have a website that’s unique, but on the other hand you want to have a service that suits your business plan and you want to keep your costs as low as possible.

To make sure that your site works smoothly and offers the maximum functionality you can imagine, you have to pay for certain specific web hosting providers.

There are the so-called featured-packages which will help you save money while choosing the best web hosting service, but to get the most out of your web hosting solution you should always opt for hosting services that are completely free.

To be sure that your service is compatible with your business site, you should choose a service that has no limits and you should always set the server memory allocation correctly.

Free and premium web hosting providers’ main aim is to provide you with all of the features you need for your business website without any added costs or taxes.

Looking for a free web hosting provider?

While there are a lot of free web hosting providers out there, there’s one main aim for them to offer: let you run your business from your own home.

As many professionals rely on their home computers for work and you can easily find yourself depending on your own machine to connect to the internet, choosing a free web hosting provider should not be a big problem.

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