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How much do you know about Cyber Threats?

January 3, 2020

What is Cyber Threat?

It refers to people who attempt unauthorised access to a control system device and/or network using a data communications pathway. This access can be directed from within an organization by trusted users or from remote locations by unknown persons using the Internet. Threats to control systems can come from numerous sources, including hostile governments, terrorist groups, disgruntled employees, and malicious intruders.


Recent news about Cyber Threats

Earlier last year, a part of the Singapore Red Cross' (SRC) website was hacked and affected personal data of 4,297 people. While informing people about the data breach, SRC also mentioned that "the following information of 4,297 individuals who had registered their interest on the website was compromised: Name, contact number, email, declared blood type, preferred appointment date/time and preferred location for blood donations."

 

 

 

What is Firewalla?

Firewalla is an Intrusion Detection System and Intrusion Prevention System with a modern mobile interface , and a powerful cloud. It gives you full control of your network; from blocking web pages to cutting off access to advices and even blocking of ads. It can actively detect problems and automatically protect your privacy, on the road and anywhere.

 

 

Major Functions

  • Cybersecurity, protect all devices

  • Inbound and outbound firewall with intrusion prevention

  • Rich insights of your network

  • Parental Control and Social Hour

  • Built-in OpenVPN Server, great for traveling or using public Wi-Fi

  • Access your home network from anywhere in the world

  • Block Ads across all devices

  • Family Protect, auto-filtering of porn and malicious sites

  • Safe search

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    Difference between the three colours; Red, Blue and Gold

 

Red: If your internet speed will likely to stay < 100 Megabits, and have less than 50 devices. Great for homes and SOHO users.

 

Blue: If your internet speed > 100 Megabits, and have lots of devices. Perfect for professional users and businesses.

 

Gold: The Gold is an upcoming device that can inspect packets at more than 3 Gigabits. It has 4 Gigabit Interfaces with discrete ethernet controllers, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of SSD.

 

 

 

"Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, and it boils down to this; In cybersecurity, the more systems we secure, the more secure we are."

     - Jen Johnson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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