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Confidence in legacy antivirus is waning as non-malware attacks resurge

Non-malware attacks have experienced what you might call a renaissance over the past couple years. As we speak it is being reported that hackers have been targeting the upcoming Winter

Software

Risk assessment: Expert tips for combating ransomware, identifying search results malware

Consider behavioral-based privilege user monitoring and remember not all anti-virus is protection cybersecurity experts warn.Ransomware can be devastating to a healthcare organization. The WannaCry and Petya attacks showed just how

Software

Don’t Get Scrooged on Social Media

The festive season shines like a bright light in the darkness for that benighted (but likely pretty well-off) class known as cyber-criminals. Like a cat going after a sparkly glass

IT Compliance

How cybersecurity solutions can help with GDPR compliance

Technical (protection) measures, means, technologies, rules and resources are mentioned multiple times throughout the GDPR text. The Regulation does not, however, specify any security technology implementation as obligatory (a few

Hardware/Network

The next step in network security evolution

In 1987, Bernd Fix developed a method to neutralize the Vienna virus, becoming the first known antivirus software developer. In 2017, as we pass the 30-year anniversary, a lot has

Identity Theft

Can you prevent the mega breach?

The threat landscape today is more complex and more dangerous than it has ever been. Where once hackers tended to operate individually, now organisations face much more sophisticated threats from

Hardware/Network

Data-driven analysis of vulnerabilities in real-world OT networks

Operational Technology (OT) networks are ripe targets for adversaries, whose motives range from criminal intent to operational disruption and even threats to human and environmental safety, according to CyberX. Click

Industry Insights

Is Your Company Ready to Face Tomorrow’s Security Risks?

In 2017, ransomware, phishing, and IoT attacks pummeled businesses. What security trends will emerge in the coming years? Malgorzata Zabieglinska-Lupa, ICT product manager, Comarch ICT, recently had the chance to speak

Software

How Businesses Should Respond to the Ransomware Surge

Modern endpoint security tools and incident response plans will be key in the fight against ransomware. The global rise of ransomware has businesses taking a closer look at their protective

Software

SyncCrypt ransomware able to sneak past most antivirus defenses

A new ransomware called SyncCrypt is using a unique method of downloading the malicious files that makes it very hard for an antivirus program to detect. SyncCrypt was detected by