Eighty-five percent of security professionals believe cybersecurity threats will lead to an attack on major critical infrastructure within the next five years, according to a recent survey.
The first quarter of 2018 saw a rise in cybersecurity threats such as ransomware, Internet of Things (IoT) vulnerabilities and zero-day threats.
According to new threat intelligence data, simple threats, such as phishing and drive-by downloads, remain popular among cybercriminals.
Crypto-mining and Internet of Things (IoT) attacks are among the top internet security threats in 2018, according to a new report.
A recent report found that malicious crypto-miners have supplanted ransomware as the top healthcare cybersecurity threat.
Although major, widespread campaigns such as WannaCry drove a 415 percent increase in ransomware attacks last year, recent research revealed that the threat vector is fading in 2018. F-Secure’s “The Changing State of Ransomware”...
Helping employees protect their home IT reduces enterprise security risks and helps security leaders better safeguard corporate data.
According to a recent study, malicious actors and threat groups are generating, spending and reinvesting $1.5 trillion worth of cybercrime profits.
According to a new report, cybercriminals now prefer to leverage human-centered vulnerabilities rather than launching automated attacks.
Basic best practices, such as backing up data, patching vulnerable systems, segmenting networks, whitelisting apps and training employees, are the keys to protecting healthcare data from ransomware.