Gaming-related cyber-attacks have increase in popularity in recent months, as criminals look to capitalise on the surge in the number of people turning to video games as a source of entertainment during lockdown.
60 percent of respondents in the UAE, and globally, believe it is inevitable or likely they will suffer from an email-borne attack in the coming year.
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.
Kawther Haciane, Project Executive and Security Lead, IBM Security Services, highlights why businesses need to double down on their cybersecurity efforts as they embrace remote working models.
Majority (82 percent) of CSOs and CISOs have reported at least one cyber-attack on their organisation in 2019, according to the latest research by Proofpoint.
ESET researchers have discovered a previously unreported cyber espionage framework they dub Ramsay.
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.
As the defence against insider threats is broad, layered and varied, so too are the costs involved, says Emile Abou Saleh, Regional Director, Middle East and Africa, Proofpoint.
Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands notifications of attacks on major banks located in the Sub-Saharan region of the African continent.
Business email attacks are particularly pernicious as, when convincing enough, they can get behind even the best security defences incredibly quickly.