Phishing is the most common form of cybercrime, with over 3 billion phishing emails sent every day, scammers are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to steal your sensitive data.
Super Evasive Beep Malware Stuns Researchers
A new malware has surprised researchers with the use of a significant amount of evasion techniques to avoid sandboxes and resist analysis. Read More
By 2025, cybercrime will cost the world an estimated $10.5 trillion annually. As internet use grows, so does the threat of cyberattacks. For organizations, such attacks can result in devastating losses. As such, you want to make sure that you're always taking the proper measures to reduce the risk of your organization falling victim to hackers.
There are various methods of increasing cybersecurity. One of them is through the use of penetration testing. It's important to know what this is, and when to do it.
Want to know when you should perform a penetration test? keep reading to find out more.
Firmware Flaws Could Spell 'Lights Out' for Servers
Five vulnerabilities in the baseboard management controller (BMC) software used by 15 major vendors could allow remote code execution if attackers gain network access. Read More
The global market for cyber security awareness training is expected to grow by more than 45% in the next five years. This record growth highlights the importance that organizations place on improving cyber security.
Colonoscopy Prep Retail Website Breach Festered for Years
Personal Data of 244,000 in Flux After Malware Probe of Gastroenterologist Vendor. Read More
In 2021, the ransomware industry in the United States alone resulted in over $1 billion in payments to cyber criminals. Given the ever-evolving nature of technology, there's no doubt that criminals will try to capitalize on the latest trends in cyber-attacks to make even more money.
Qualcomm, and Lenovo Flag Multiple High-Impact Firmware Vulnerabilities
“We opened Pandora’s box of ARM devices UEFI firmware vulnerabilities impacting enterprise vendors.” Read More
Last year, healthcare and manufacturing were some of the most targeted industries for cybercriminals to attack. Other industries followed not far behind, with bad actors focusing on banks and insurance companies, public/state administrations, educational institutions, professional and organizational services, and more.
A New Microsoft Exchange Flaw is Being Used to Attack Servers
Delivers remote access tools and remote administration software. Exploit also chain bypasses mitigations. Read More