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Cyber Risk Increases at All Layers of the Corporate Network

The growing popularity of cloud and DevOps environments will continue to drive business agility while exposing organizations, from enterprises to manufacturers, to third-party risk. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

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Windows 10 Update is Packed with Dangerous Ransomware – Do Not Download!

WINDOWS 10 users are receiving emails purporting to be from Microsoft, urging them to install a new update to their machine. But be warned, it’s not an official message from

Vendor News

Microsoft rebukes rumors that Microsoft Teams is being used in ransomware attacks

In a statement published today, Microsoft has rebuffed rumors that its Microsoft Teams communication and collaboration platform is being used by cyber-criminal gangs to plant ransomware on company networks. Click

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Healthcare spikes data breach fever, endpoint threat detections grow 60%

The healthcare industry has been overwhelmingly targeted by Trojan malware during the last year, which increased by 82 percent in Q3 2019 over the previous quarter, according to Malwarebytes. The two most

Hardware/Network

Cybersecurity is Key to a Successful 5G Strategy

The worldwide excitement around 5G is on the verge of hitting a crescendo with phased trials and roll-outs happening all across. Global networks and forums are abuzz with talks around how dynamically

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New systems, new cyber threats

Threat actors constantly remain one step ahead of those seeking to prevent malicious attacks. As the oil and gas industry migrates sensitive business data to the cloud and increasingly adopts

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Pemex Faces Payment Problems After Cyber Attack Shut System

A ransomware attack that hit Mexico’s Petroleos Mexicanos is disrupting the company’s billing systems, according to people familiar with the situation. Pemex is relying on manual billing that could affect payment of

Industry Insights

When cyberwar struck its first civilian target

Andy Greenberg’s book Sandworm is trenchant on the mounting capacity of malware to wreak havoc. Brian Nussbaum reviews.Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin’s Most Dangerous Hackers Andy

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5 Cyber Safety Rules Everyone Needs to Follow

Cybercriminals are not only focusing on enterprises and SMBs but also targeting individual end-users like you. Open Firefox Monitor, enter your email ID and see if it was the part of

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Attackers continue to leverage greater levels of social engineering and sophistication

Despite a nearly four-month absence, the return of Emotet within the last two weeks of September accounted for nearly 12 percent of all malicious email samples in Q3, delivering millions of messages