Global cybersecurity firm McAfee has recently released a new industry report examining cybercriminal activity and the evolution of cyber threats in Q1 2019.
More often than not organisations are warned about security incidents that make the headlines tend to be about catastrophic technology failures or breaches caused by nefarious actors. However, what business leaders need to realise is that sometimes the most dangerous threats could be right under their noses.
Synology and the Taiwan Computer Emergency Response Team / Coordination Center (TWCERT/CC) have jointly announced the recent ransomware attack on various brands of NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices.
Vectra, network threat detection and response (NDR) solutions provider, has disclosed that cybercriminals’ most effective weapon in a ransomware attack …
A recent investigation by Synology has found that several users were under a ransomware attack, where admins’ credentials were stolen by brute-force login attacks, and their data was encrypted as a result.
One in five IT managers surveyed didn’t know how they were breached, and the diversity of attack methods means no one defensive strategy is a silver bullet, according to a recent report by Sophos.
Trend Micros’s 2018 security roundup report reveals substantial growth in phishing, cryptocurrency mining and BEC.
ESET has been announced as the latest partner of No More Ransom, an international initiative between Europol, the Dutch National Police and major cybersecurity organisations.
Proving ROI in IT security has traditionally been a struggle for IT professionals, who need to balance budget limitations while constantly fighting to stay ahead of the dynamic threat landscape.
Cybercriminals are moving away from attention-grabbing ransomware attacks to more covert methods intended to steal money and valuable computing resources.