Windows XP Switch Off Exposes PCs and Corporate Enterprise to Attack
From 8 April 8 2014, Microsoft’s support for Windows XP will be switched off. There will be no further security fixes, patches for vulnerabilities or updates for the operating system. There will be no protection from new attacks, intrusion or hacking, even for those who have upgraded from Service Pack 2 to Service Pack 3.
Pure Hacking Launches New Online Vulnerability Management Service, Enguard
Pure Hacking, an award-winning Australian information security consultancy, today announces its new vulnerability management service, Enguard. Designed to prevent costly forensic and remediation work, the service is based on around-the-clock scans and security consultancy interpretation and analysis of possible vulnerabilities.
TAS Managed Services Prepares for Expansion into Broader Financial Services Role with IT Security Alliance with Pure Hacking
Pure Hacking, one of Australia's leading specialist information security consultancies, today announced its selection as information security provider for TAS Managed Services (TAS) data centre and client base.
Pure Hacking celebrates 10 years in the Information Security industry providing asset-based security risk solutions to business and Information Technology executives for a wide range of public and private enterprise.