Ransomware creates havoc in the workplace by destroying productivity and compromising security.
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Accessed on 27 July 2021, 0738 UTC.
Enormous botnets of IoT devices are going after decades-old legacy systems that are rife in systems that control crucial infrastructure.
Keeper’s research reveals that in addition to knocking systems offline, ransomware attacks degrade productivity, cause organizations to incur significant indirect costs, and mar their reputations.
Targets of Discord malware expand far beyond gamers.
Using a lure relating to a lawsuit against the owner of Jack Daniels whiskey, the cybergang launched a campaign that may be bent on ransomware deployment.
Expected cyberattacks on Tokyo Olympics likely include attempts to hijack video feeds, the Feds warn.
The “Evernote for creatives” is anchoring a rapidly spiking phishing campaign, evading SEGs with ease.
The software-engineering platform is urging users to patch the critical flaw ASAP.
Critical ICS vulnerabilities can be exploited through leading cloud-management platforms.
Update now: The ream of bugs includes some remotely exploitable code execution flaws. Still to come: a fix for what makes iPhones easy prey for Pegasus spyware.