Why OkotoSecure?

OkotoSecure will provide the link between IT and the business, ensuring the IT strategy meets the ever changing business requirements. This means we are well placed to help you mitigate the risks associated with IT and maximize the benefits that new technology can bring to your business or organization.

Cybersecurity Consulting

OkotoSecure will work with your organization to recommend and implement security solutions that can help the organization overcome security challenges and achieve its objectives. Businesses must find ways to secure existing IT and network infrastructure and analyze performance while delivering applications at the fastest and most secure methods possible.


OkotoSecure understands your vital business systems and data must be completely protected in today’s world. Our expert compliance team analyze both federal and state regulatory prerequisites, and assist in meeting regulatory burdens as well as providing training and instruction on current and future requirements.

Latest News On OkotoSecure

How to Protect PII

If you are an employee, a student, a patient, or a client, your personally identifiable information (PII) is out there—and prime for hacking. In October, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) added protecting the privacy of PII to its list of high-risk issues affecting organizations across the country. All organizations, from large federal agencies

Thousands of iOS apps infected by XcodeGhost

The impact of iOS app developers unknowingly using a rogue version of the Xcode development tool is turning out to be greater than initially thought: early reports listed just 39 apps that had been trojanized with the tool, but security researchers have since identified thousands more. On Friday, security research firm Palo Alto Networks reported

Most Torrent site proxies are loaded with malware injecting scripts

Researcher finds Torrent censorship bypassing proxy websites are loaded with malware injecting scripts Most of the Torrent site proxies which are used to access the blocked sites have shown to contain malware and pose a great security threat. The court ordered restrictions imposed on the leading Torrent sites such as The Pirate Bay, KickassTorrents and other

NSA sets date for purge of surveillance phone records

The National Security Agency (NSA) has set a date to purge phone records collected during its bulk surveillance program. Analytic access to the five years worth of records will end on 29 November, and they'll be destroyed three months later, it said in a statement released on Monday. There are two reasons for the three-month lag: The

A Neural Network in 11 Lines of Python

Artificial Intelligence is getting embedded in our lives on a regular basis in form of various speech recognition software, digital assistants like Cortana or, the famous deep dreaming robot of Google – that turns pictures and video into horror movies. All this intelligence comes from a software called neural networks. Recently, a programmer shared

Android ransomware poses as FBI smut warning

Cybercrooks have launched a new wave of Android ransomware that poses as a pretty convincing FBI-imposed porn-surfing warning. Over 15,000 spam emails, including zipped files, have hit the inboxes of Android users in recent days, according to Romanian security software firm Bitdefender. If activated, the ransomware demands $500 to restore access. Users that try to independently

Apple gets around to fixing those 77 security holes in OS X Yosemite

Your OS X box can still be owned by, well, just about everything Apple has released a series of security updates to address 77 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in OS X Yosemite. The Yosemite 10.10.4 update includes fixes for QuickTime, OpenSSL and ImageIO, along with remote code execution flaws and other exploits that could allow an attacker

Windows Server 2003 support ends 14 July 2015 – why be vulnerable?

Microsoft’s standard support package for Windows Server 2003 will come to an end on 14 July 2015. This means that Microsoft won’t be issuing further updates and businesses that haven’t migrated their environment may be exposed to security vulnerabilities. Worryingly, a recent Microsoft-sponsoredsurvey of 1,300 business and IT professionals conducted by Spiceworks found that 61% of

How to find the secret Start Menu built into Windows 8.1

It's not exactly the classic Start menu, but it's close enough. Here's the trick that makes it appear. Lincoln Spector | @LincolnSpector Contributing Editor, PCWorld Jun 17, 2015 7:14 AM e-mail print I usually advise readers, but this time a reader gave me advice. Joe Rubenstein told me that There is a Start Menu in Windows 8.1, then explained how