In-person GISEC 2021 to spark industry collaboration against cybercrime spike. Dubai World Trade Centre will host GISEC from 31st May-2nd June.
CNME Editor Mark Forker moderated a virtual webinar that examined the measures and policies enterprises can implement to prevent their brand from becoming the victim of an impersonation cyberattack.
The danger within: 32% of users in United Arab Emirates under threat from malware hiding within their devices.
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Kaspersky researchers uncovered an advanced cyberespionage campaign targeting entities in the government and military sector in Vietnam. The final payload is a remote administration tool that provides full control over the infected device. Further analysis suggested that this campaign was conducted by a group related to Cycldek, a Chinese-speaking threat group active since at least 2013.
Privacy is a deceptively complex topic, it’s something that must be looked through social and technological lenses, which themselves change over time. It is true today that more data is being created, stored, indexed and analysed than ever before.
Over half of ransomware victims pay the ransom in the UAE, but only 15% see their full data returned.
According to Kaspersky researchers, another targeted threat to watch out for is corporate doxing, the process of gathering confidential information about an organisation and its employees without their agreement, to harm them or profit from it. Proliferation of publically available information, data leaks and advancement of technology are leading to a state in which tricking employees into giving out confidential information or even transferring funds is becoming easier than ever before.