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Eurofins ransomware attack affected UK police work

Eurofins, a global provider of scientific testing services, said on Monday that operations are returning to normal after the recent ransomware attack, but that its impact on …

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Why poor visibility is hampering cybersecurity

Enterprises are challenged with security basics, according to Panaseer’s first Security Leader’s Peer Report. Data from an external survey of 200 enterprise …

Botnets shift from Windows towards Linux and IoT platforms

Botnets in 2018 continued to use DDoS as their primary weapon to attack high-speed networks, according to NSFOCUS. Continuous monitoring and research of botnets discovered …

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Organizations are advancing their efforts, investing in OT cybersecurity programs

ICS cybersecurity threats remain high and present evolving challenges, a new SANS report reveals. However, since the last SANS OT/ICS report released in 2017, a growing …

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The gaming community is a rising target for credential stuffing attacks

Hackers have targeted the gaming industry by carrying out 12 billion credential stuffing attacks against gaming websites within the 17-month period analyzed in the report …

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Ransomware disrupts worldwide production for Belgian aircraft parts maker

ASCO Industries, a manufacturer of aerospace components with headquarters in Zaventem, Belgium, has been hit with ransomware, which ended up disrupting its production around …

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Code signing keys and certificates are crucial security assets, are you protecting them?

Only 28 percent of organizations consistently enforce a defined security process for code signing certificates, a Venafi study of over 320 security professionals in the U.S., …

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Smart home security devices most at risk in IoT-targeted cyber attacks

Smart home security cameras equate to 47% of the most vulnerable devices followed by smart hubs such as Googlehome, Amazon Alexa, with the top countries executing attacks …

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3.4 billion fake emails are sent around the world every day

At least 3.4 billion fake emails are sent around the world every day — with most industries remaining vulnerable to spear-phishing and “spoofing” cyberattacks simply because …

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High-risk behaviors expose most travelers to cyber risks

The travel industry and its customers are increasingly the targets of cyberattacks as criminals seek to monetize highly valuable travel data, according to the new IBM Security …

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Cybercriminals continue to evolve the sophistication of their attack methods

Cybercriminals continue to evolve the sophistication of their attack methods, from tailored ransomware and custom coding for some attacks, to living-off-the-land (LoTL) or …

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Companies investing in advanced forensic capabilities to identify attackers in greater detail

One in five companies are already using forensic investigations and other sophisticated methods to identify their attackers, like setting up honey pots and repositories of …

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