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Digital Businesses Thwart a Record 700 Million Attacks on Consumer Transactions in 2017, Reveals New Cybercrime Report from ThreatMetrix

ThreatMetrix, The Digital Identity Company, today revealed that 2017 was a record-setting year in the fight against cybercrime. Based on analysis of real world cybercrime attacks—as seen across its global

Identity Theft

Learning to live left of breach

The cybersecurity industry tends to focus its attention on what to do after a breach or a hack occurs. After all, this is the topic of discussion for the media,

Software

The rise of ransom hacks, and the potential impact on your business

The percentage of companies reporting financially motivated cyber attacks has doubled over the past two years, with 50% of companies experiencing a cyber attack motivated by ransom in the past

Industry Insights

3 ways to keep businesses safe from cybercrime in 2018

In the fight against cybercrime, companies can expect things to keep getting worse before they get any better With 2.7 billion more IoT devices brought online in 2017, businesses saw

IT Compliance

Top enterprise security predictions for 2018

2017 delivered a good deal of excitement (as well as massive, massive headaches) in IT security. WannaCry attacked more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries only to be followed by

Cloud

As the cloud’s popularity grows, so does the risk to sensitive data

While the vast majority of global companies (95%) have adopted cloud services, there is a wide gap in the level of security precautions applied by companies in different markets. Organizations

Industry Insights

Public-Sector Cybersecurity Battles are Bleeding Over into Corporate Business

If both companies and sovereign countries deploy cyber-attacks on their enemies, perhaps the goal is to disable the tech that rival entities rely on. Other times the mission may involve

Identity Theft

Customers reporting OnePlus payment website was hacked and reported credit card fraud

A large number of OnePlus users claim to have been the victim of fraudulent credit card transactions after making purchases on the official website of the Chinese smartphone manufacturer.Dozens of

IT Compliance

Getting the GDPR gremlin off your back

With less than nine months to go until Global Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force across the European Union, businesses should be well underway in their efforts to achieve

Hardware/Network

IoT DDoS Threats Loom in Hot New Tech

There’s a flood of connected devices making their way into our homes and businesses – a deluge exacerbated by recent holiday gifts and the latest and greatest from CES, where