Consumers overwhelmingly believe businesses should stand up to hackers and refuse to pay ransoms, according to the latest ransomware study by Veritas Technologies.
The volume of malicious and opportunistic cybercrimes has increased during the first 100 Days of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest study by Mimecast.
Kaspersky researchers revealed that the infamous Ginp banking Trojan has acquired a new functionality – that takes advantage of the coronavirus outbreak.
Kaspersky has recently uncovered a new hacking group that is currently targeting organisations in the industrial sector.
There are some interesting parallels between cybersecurity and epidemiology – starting from people not really wanting to talk about the icky stuff.
Brian Pinnock, cyber resilience expert, Mimecast, discusses the uncanny similarities between the human responses to the coronavirus outbreak and cybersecurity incidents.
Sherrod DeGrippo, senior director, Threat Research and Detection, Proofpoint, shares insights into how hackers are using the coronavirus outbreak to spread malware.
SonicWall has announced its annual threat report findings, where it recorded 9.9 billion malware attacks, a slight 6 percent year-over-year decrease.
Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands notifications of attacks on major banks located in the Sub-Saharan region of the African continent.
ThreatQuotient senior vice president of strategy Jonathan Couch discusses how enterprises can pull strategic value from threat intelligence.