9 Tips to Do Safe Online Shopping this Holiday

Zora KrismanArticle

The holiday season is right around the corner and if you’re like 91% of Americans, you’d be doing some holiday shopping online. However, this is also the time when hackers go “shopping” for consumers’ personal data. For example, 91% of eCommerce sites’ global login traffic came from attacks called “credential stuffing” during 2018’s holiday season. To protect your personal identity and sensitive information from prying eyes, you should understand the latest cybersecurity threats and what you can do to do safe online shopping this holiday season. Key Consumer Cybersecurity Threats in 2019 Here are some tactics frequently used by hackers to steal online … Read More

Antivirus Software – Is One Line of Defense Enough?

Teow-Hin NgairArticle

Many home and business users have a complacent approach to their security in the online world. They put much trust into existing standards that were built to increase safety when browsing the web. While these standards have had a positive impact on reducing day-to-day risks on the internet, malicious software is always evolving. Most recently, news headlines have been flooded with reports about Ransomware like Cryptolocker. These programs can completely encrypt a user or businesses files, blocking access until a ransom payment is made. A lot of the time, these payments are made without any response from the hackers, leaving … Read More

Application Whitelisting – Is There a Simpler Solution?

Teow-Hin NgairArticle

Businesses have used Application Whitelisting for a while now, to keep their computer systems secure. In simple terms, Application Whitelisting permits only a selected number of applications to be installed and launched on a computer system. Any program that is not whitelisted by an IT administrator will be blocked from running. Application Blacklisting is similar in function, stopping any program in a list from running. However, compared to whitelisting, blacklisting cannot stop zero-day attacks on a computer system, meaning it is less effective at securing a network. For consumers, there is a basic security implementation called User Account Control, or … Read More

Why AI is Rewriting the Cybersecurity Rulebook

Teow-Hin NgairArticle

Artificial intelligence (AI) isn’t just about self-driving cars or robots that can hold down a conversation. It’s an entire approach to problem solving that aims to combine the intelligence and creativity of humans with the speed and power of computing. While cybersecurity already relies heavily on automated processes, AI could find new and more effective ways to fight malware. AI is the next step in the evolution of cybersecurity. It’s a field that has become more sophisticated and powerful in efforts to keep up with increasing creativity by cybercriminals: Combine these various technologies and you get today’s cybersecurity systems. It’s … Read More

SecureAPlus is Changing in Q3 2019 and Everybody Wins

SecureAge SecureAPlusAnnouncement

SecureAPlus 2019 Preview

SecureAPlus users, old and new alike, are in for a treat. In its efforts to make multi-layered security more accessible to users, SecureAPlushas re-launched today, 25 September, for PC and Android. Those in Singapore can also catch an in-depth look at the new SecureAPlus at the upcoming Govware 2019. SecureAPlus is now available in 3 versions – Pro, Essentials, and Lite. It’s still the PC security solution that existing users know and love with changes to help streamline how to better implement security based on their specific needs. There’s also the long awaited addition of APEX on the Android app. … Read More

SecureAge’s AI-Powered APEX Anti-Malware Engine Comes Out-of-Beta for SecureAPlus Users

Jerald RayPress Release

SecureAge announces AI roll out amid UI overhauls and new tiered version structure for SecureAPlus antivirus SecureAge Technology, a provider of encryption security and antivirus technology, today announced the out-of-beta launch of its AI-powered anti-malware scanning engine, APEX, for SecureAPlus on Windows and Android OS. Alongside APEX’s official rollout, SecureAge also unveiled a series of user interface overhauls to the SecureAPlus solution, as well as new tiered pricing and versions tailored for multiple use cases. APEX is an anti-malware scanning engine powered by artificial intelligence, designed to extend the detection capabilities of SecureAge’s SecureAPlus endpoint protection platform (EPP) online and … Read More

2019 Mid-Year Maintenance SecureAge Technology Servers

SecureAge SecureAPlusAnnouncement

The SecureAPlus servers will be undergoing maintenance on the following dates: Just like last year’s maintenance, Application Whitelisting, which is at the very core of SecureAPlus will still be working to protect your system against any untrusted files and applications. Since Universal AV will not be accessible during this time, please make use of the second opinion scanning feature whenever SecureAPlus Application Whitelisting blocks anything. Furthermore, if you have installed SecureAPlus with the offline AV, especially if you are a Premium user with the Offline AV powered by Avira add-on, you can rest assured that you have a reliable anti-virus … Read More

SecureAge APEX Joins VirusTotal’s Roster of Anti-Malware Engines

SecureAge SecureAPlusAnnouncement, Uncategorized

SecureAge Technology, the company behind SecureAPlus, has been working on optimizing its AI-powered anti-malware engine, SecureAge APEX, since it’s inclusion in the SecureAPlus Beta late last year. VirusTotal, a service owned by Chronicle (a subsidiary of the Alphabet Inc.), is a publicly available online resource that aggregates anti-malware solutions scan results to help check whether a file is malicious or safe. With its vision of being at the forefront of cyber security technology that makes the world a better and safer place for information and organizations, SecureAge Technology has partnered with Chronicle to have the APEX engine be a part … Read More

2018 Year-End Maintenance SecureAge Technology Servers

SecureAge SecureAPlusAnnouncement

The SecureAPlus servers will be undergoing maintenance on the following dates: Just like last year’s maintenance, Application Whitelisting, which is at the very core of SecureAPlus will still be working to protect your system against any untrusted files and applications. Since Universal AV will not be accessible during this time, please make use of the second opinion scanning feature whenever SecureAPlus Application Whitelisting blocks anything. Furthermore, if you have installed SecureAPlus with the offline AV, especially if you are a Premium user with the Offline AV powered by Avira add-on, you can rest assured that you have a reliable anti-virus … Read More

AVLab Awards SecureAPlus with Top Marks for Anti-Ransomware, Anti-Cryptominer and Anti-Bashware Protection Tests for 2018

SecureAge SecureAPlusAnnouncement

AVLab and its recently debuted testing platform, Check Lab, has recently released their latest round of findings based on the top and emerging cybersecurity threats for 2017 and 2018. Alongside the industry heavyweights, SecureAPlus has emerged with top awards for all three tests. AVLab tested SecureAPlus and other endpoint security solutions against ransomware, cryptominer malware, and bashware for Windows Subsystem for Linux). Ransomware made a significant splash over the global consciousness in 2017 for substantial outbreaks that have caused damages in the billions. One of the more well-known cases was the WannaCry and the Petya ransomware outbreak, which has wreaked … Read More