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Is the C-suite exempt from cyber-crime anxiety?

If recent cyber-attacks are anything to go by, cyber-criminals are capable of causing colossal damage to organisations of all sizes. With vital public services such as the NHS succumbing to

Mobile

Fraud data shows 680% spike in fraudulent mobile app transactions

The number of fraudulent transactions originating from a mobile app during the first quarter has increased by 200 per cent since 2015, according to RSA Security. Analysis from the team

Hardware/Network

How to Stop Advanced Persistent Threats

An advanced persistent threat can be as scary as it sounds. Gone undetected in an enterprise, these network breaches can lead to fraud, intellectual property theft or a headline-grabbing data

Software

The ultimate guide for businesses wanting to remove malware

So it happened. You don’t know where, when, and how, but it did – your device got infected with malware. Chances are, it slipped into your phone that one time

Software

Fighting ransomware with network segmentation as a path to resiliency

Recent cybersecurity events involving the use of ransomware (WannaCry and similar variants) represent the latest examples highlighting the need for organizations to not only take an initial hit, but survive,

Software

The Challenge Of Insider Threats

Companies are not identifying Insider Threat blind spots according to the latest findings by Dtex Systems. The new report reveals that 90% of assessments discovered that negligent employees were transferring

Hardware/Network

2018: Scariest Year of Evil Things on the Internet

Acts of evil on the internet are on the rise, according to the 2018 Internet of Evil Things survey. In its fourth consecutive year, the survey, conducted by Pwnie Express, polled more than

Industry Insights

Is the C-suite exempt from cyber-crime anxiety?

If recent cyber-attacks are anything to go by, cyber-criminals are capable of causing colossal damage to organisations of all sizes. With vital public services such as the NHS succumbing to

Software

Crypto-Mining Malware Tops Most Wanted List

Cybercriminals have options when it comes to choosing their attack weapons, which is why malware authors are likely grateful to those criminals who choose to target unpatched server vulnerabilities with

Software

Bigger than Ransomware, CryptoJacking is the new money maker

Cybercrime is an extremely lucrative business: a flourishing economy generating a staggering $1.5 trillion in revenues every year, according to a recent estimate. Perfect for cybercriminals, as this is maximum