How to get away with malware: top streaming platforms and shows exploited by cybercriminals discovered.
Chatbots have evolved significantly – and rapidly – in the last few years. They’re becoming increasingly ubiquitous, intelligent, and useful. They’re also becoming something of a risk.
Phishing Attacks on the Rise: 60% of Organisations in the UAE Report Increased Attacks During the Pandemic, According to Sophos Research.
Cybercriminals narrow their focus on SMBs according to the Acronis Cyberthreats Report mid-year update.
76% of employees in the UAE skip installing updates on certain software or OS despite security concerns.
As a marketer or brand owner in 2021, it’s not enough to protect your brands and trademarks in real life. You have to build a fort around your online assets too. Brand marketers are increasingly losing leads, brand affinity and customer loyalty to cybercriminals who impersonate their brands to scam their customers and prospects.
CNME Editor Mark Forker managed to secure an exclusive interview with Dr. Mohammad Reza Beheshti, Founder and CTO at CyberSiara, and Neil Shah, CEO at CyberSiara, to find out how their incredible solution based on the unique characteristics of the human eye is leading the fight against cybercriminals targeting online forms and captcha technology.
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.