What to do if your mobile apps get hacked!

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: March 20, 2019 CEO of Cytelligence Inc. Daniel Tobok is here to give us tips on how to protect from cyber theft and keep your mobile apps from getting hacked.

Why Changing Behaviour, Not Sharing Information, Is The Key To Successful Cyber Security Training

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: April 29, 2019 After working on the digital forensic assessments of many cyber security breaches, I've learned that hackers are not hacking tech anymore: They're hacking people. This isn't a new concept to anyone familiar with the world of cyber security, and it's what led me on a journey … Continue reading Why Changing Behaviour, Not Sharing Information, Is The Key To Successful Cyber Security Training

Introducing the Cyber Crime Equation

Danny Pehar E: dpehar@cytelligence.ca Posted on: April 4, 2019 Cytelligence is very proud to introduce its awareness training methodology, created in partnership with various law enforcement agencies. Read all about it in this Forbes article written Cytelligence Managing Director of Cyber Security Awareness Training Danny Pehar.

What Is Digital Forensics?

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: February 15, 2018 Digital forensics is the modern day version of forensic science and deals with the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices. It is most often used in cybercrime situations, including but not limited to: attribution identifying leaks within an organization assessing any damage occurred … Continue reading What Is Digital Forensics?

Organizations still fall short on cyber security, Canadian breach response expert tells privacy conf

Ed Dubrovsky E: edubrovsky@cytelligence.ca Posted on: Jan 30, 2019 There's a reason serious criminals are called 'organized crime:' Because they're well-organized. Here's how well: According to Ed Dubrovsky, managing director at Cytelligence, a large Canadian breach response company, some groups have "mind-blowing" capabilities, including running analytics against merged lists of stolen personal data. Unfortunately, he … Continue reading Organizations still fall short on cyber security, Canadian breach response expert tells privacy conf

How your personal info could fall prey to the dark web

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: January 30, 2019 The sale and transfer of illegal goods and services on the dark web is growing at an alarming rate, says a cyber security expert. Adrian Ghobrial with the simple way your personal information could become a part of the billion dollar industry.

Cytelligence launches ‘Managed Cybersecurity Awareness Training’

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: January 22, 2019 North American cybersecurity firm Cytelligence is launching Managed Cybersecurity Awareness Training that provides clients with truly innovative employee training based on best practices in adult education, as well as video gaming technologies, and humour. "Our Managed Cybersecurity Awareness Training is designed to be more than just … Continue reading Cytelligence launches ‘Managed Cybersecurity Awareness Training’

MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE – What’s the worst China could do with access to Canada’s 5G network?

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: December 19, 2018 On a personal level, Daniel Tobok is a fan of Huawei technology. From Canada's national security standpoint, on the other hand, he has concerns over the location of the company's headquarters: the People's Republic of China. "Huawei is not necessarily a bad company," says Tobok, CEO … Continue reading MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE – What’s the worst China could do with access to Canada’s 5G network?

CTV NEWS – Huawei and 5G: Experts clash on the risk to Canada’s national security

Jim Bronskill , The Canadian Press Posted on: December 13, 2018 OTTAWA -- Allowing Chinese firm Huawei Technologies to help build Canada's 5G wireless networks could give Beijing backdoor access to revealing data about Canadians, security analysts warn. But at least one intelligence expert is skeptical the Chinese government would risk the international reputation of … Continue reading CTV NEWS – Huawei and 5G: Experts clash on the risk to Canada’s national security

CBC NEWS NETWORK – Huawei CFO arrested, Canada’s Cyber Threat Assessment Report

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: December 8, 2018 Cytelligence CEO Daniel Tobok talks to CBC News Network's Michael Serapio about the potential security risks of Huawei products, the warnings about Huawei products from all American intelligence services, and the fact that Huawei's products are now being used to build a 5G network in Canada. … Continue reading CBC NEWS NETWORK – Huawei CFO arrested, Canada’s Cyber Threat Assessment Report

Cyber Security for IT Startups

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: October 25, 2018 IT startups have long been known for their hard work and devotion to the craft, and no matter if you are looking to provide a streamlined solution to an issue or solving issues in industry, startups are the life and blood of the IT world. However, … Continue reading Cyber Security for IT Startups

“THE PULSE,” ON AMI RADIO – Ed Dubrovsky on protecting your online data

Ed Dubrovsky E: ed@cytelligence.com Posted on: October 25, 2018 Your personal data is everywhere. That social media app that purports to be "free," is actually costing you some of your personal information. Want to use a navigation app like Uber? Not before you open an account, including payment information. What about the convenience of online … Continue reading “THE PULSE,” ON AMI RADIO – Ed Dubrovsky on protecting your online data

OTTAWA BUSINESS JOURNAL – Ottawa companies turn to tech, training to fill cybersecurity talent gap

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: October 24, 2018 As the risk of cybercrime climbs, a lack of cybersecurity talent has organizations looking to technology to fill the gap. However, experts from Ottawa's cybersecurity sector say a mix of both tech and talent is necessary to keep Canadians and businesses safe. In 2017, more than … Continue reading OTTAWA BUSINESS JOURNAL – Ottawa companies turn to tech, training to fill cybersecurity talent gap

GLOBAL NEWS – Cybercriminals locked two Ontario towns out of their servers this summer

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: September 15, 2018 This summer alone, two Ontario towns paid thousands of dollars in ransom after getting locked out of their own internal servers in a cyberattack. After trying and failing to unlock their systems on their own, both Midland and Wasaga Beach made the decision to pay the … Continue reading GLOBAL NEWS – Cybercriminals locked two Ontario towns out of their servers this summer

NARCITY – This Russian Website Is Streaming Hundreds Of Cameras In Canada Right Now

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: August 3, 2018 Last year, multiple news outlets reported on a disturbing website that provided access to live streams of unsecure cameras in Canada and several other places around the world. While some sources claimed that the website was shut down in 2014, a quick online search reveals it is … Continue reading NARCITY – This Russian Website Is Streaming Hundreds Of Cameras In Canada Right Now

CITY NEWS – Gmail failing users by giving third-party apps access to data

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: July 3, 2018 Amid news Google has been giving third-party apps access to the data of millions of its email users, a cyber security expert in Toronto says it’s time for consumers to demand safeguards. Cytelligence, cyber security expert Daniel Tobok Google's Gmail is being negligent with consumer data, … Continue reading CITY NEWS – Gmail failing users by giving third-party apps access to data

CBC NEWS: Canada relatively unscathed as cyberattack continues to spread

Daniel Tobok E: dtobok@cytelligence.com Posted on: June 28, 2018 To-date, it has disrupted operations in 75 global companies--and counting. Estimates of the damage to operations are in the ballpark of $8 billion. As a cyberattack continued to spread among nations and corporations on Wednesday, the identity and motives of the attackers remain a mystery. Ports, … Continue reading CBC NEWS: Canada relatively unscathed as cyberattack continues to spread