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The old, not the new: Basic security issues still biggest threat to enterprises

In 2023, cybercriminals saw more opportunities to “log in” versus hack into corporate networks through valid accounts – making this tactic a preferred weapon for …

email
Secure email gateways struggle to keep pace with sophisticated phishing campaigns

In 2023, malicious email threats bypassing secure email gateways (SEGs) increased by more than 100%, according to Cofense. In just two years, Cofense identified over 1.5 …

ransomware
2024 will be a volatile year for cybersecurity as ransomware groups evolve

Hackers have significantly increased demands for ransomware, rising over 20% year-over-year to $600,000, according to Arctic Wolf. Organizations are failing to patch their …

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Attack velocity surges with average breakout time down to only 62 minutes

The speed of cyberattacks continues to accelerate at an alarming rate, according to CrowdStrike. Adversaries increasingly exploit stolen credentials The speed of cyberattacks …

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MSPs undergo transformation in response to persistent cyber threats

Organizations are increasingly turning to Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to alleviate pressure on IT departments, according to SonicWall. Managed services have emerged as a …

US Department of Justice
Alleged Raccoon Infostealer operator extradited, verification site set up for victims

A Ukrainian national was extradited to the United States from the Netherlands after being indicted for crimes related to fraud, money laundering, and aggravated identity …

online fraud
Fraudsters have found creative ways to scam some businesses

70% of businesses report that fraud losses have increased in recent years and over half of consumers feel they’re more of a fraud target than a year ago, according to …

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Cyber threats cast shadow over 2024 elections

Considering that 2024 is a historic year for elections – with an estimated half of the world’s population taking part in democratic votes – this high threat of cyber …

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iOS users beware: GoldPickaxe trojan steals your facial data

Group-IB uncovered a new iOS trojan designed to steal users’ facial recognition data, identity documents, and intercept SMS. The trojan, dubbed GoldPickaxe.iOS by Group-IB’s …

malware
Understanding the tactics of stealthy hunter-killer malware

Picus Security has revealed a rise in hunter-killer malware, highlighting a significant shift in adversaries’ capability to pinpoint and thwart advanced enterprise …

robot
Cybercriminals get productivity boost with AI

While AI technology has the potential to streamline and automate processes for beneficial outcomes, it also comes with an equal number of risks to data protection, …

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Threat actors intensify focus on NATO member states

Initial access brokers (IABs) are increasingly targeting entities within NATO member states, indicating a persistent and geographically diverse cyberthreat landscape, …

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