Over half of ransomware victims pay the ransom in the UAE, but only 15% see their full data returned.
We think of cyber criminals as sitting in basements, plotting to subvert technology by breaking through the firewall, but the reality is that the problem is a human one. Technology is actually quite effective at withstanding attacks, so the attackers target the most vulnerable spot – the user.
Security professionals across the Middle East must educate employees about the rise in coronavirus-related cybercrime and how to avoid placing their organisation at risk, says Werno Gevers, cybersecurity specialist, Mimecast.
Kaspersky researchers revealed that the infamous Ginp banking Trojan has acquired a new functionality – that takes advantage of the coronavirus outbreak.
LinkShadow has announced that it supports IDC with their recent whitepaper that talks about how adoption of machine learning based …
Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands notifications of attacks on major banks located in the Sub-Saharan region of the African continent.
90 percent of the top 20 online retailers in the Middle East are not actively blocking fraudulent emails from reaching customers
Sophos has announced the findings of its report, Exposed: Cyberattacks on Cloud Honeypots, which revealed that cybercriminals attacked one of the cloud server honeypots in the study within 52 seconds of the honeypot going live in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
While modern electric vehicles are tested constantly for vulnerabilities, some of their essential accessories, such as the battery chargers, often …
Cybercriminals are moving away from attention-grabbing ransomware attacks to more covert methods intended to steal money and valuable computing resources.