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Microsoft Teams
Malware delivery to Microsoft Teams users made easy

A tool that automates the delivery of malware from external attackers to target employees’ Microsoft Teams inbox has been released. TeamsPhisher (Source: Alex Reid) About the …

phishing
Number of email-based phishing attacks surges 464%

The evolving cyberattack landscape reveals the increasing utilization of generative artificial intelligence (AI) systems, like ChatGPT, by cybercriminals for crafting …

fire
Is your browser betraying you? Emerging threats in 2023

Network attacks (IPS detections) have remained relatively flat over the last three quarters, technically down a bit more than 3%, according to WatchGuard. “Organisations need …

ransomware
75% of consumers prepared to ditch brands hit by ransomware

As 40% of consumers harbor skepticism regarding organizations’ data protection capabilities, 75% would shift to alternate companies following a ransomware attack, …

healthcare
How ransomware impacts the healthcare industry

Healthcare continues to be one of the most attractive targets for cyberattackers, and the number of breaches affecting the industry is increasing yearly. In this Help Net …

Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams vulnerability allows attackers to deliver malware to employees

Security researchers have uncovered a bug that could allow attackers to deliver malware directly into employees’ Microsoft Teams inbox. “Organisations that use …

Georgia Bafoutsou
Unraveling the multifaceted threats facing telecom companies

In today’s interconnected world, telecom companies serve as gateways, connecting individuals, businesses, and governments. However, this role also makes them prime …

Linux
Compromised Linux SSH servers engage in DDoS attacks, cryptomining

Poorly managed Linux SSH servers are getting compromised by unknown attackers and instructed to engage in DDoS attacks while simultaneously mining cryptocurrency in the …

Hand
Cybercriminals return to business as usual in a post-pandemic world

After two years of pandemic-induced disruption, 2022 was a return to business as usual for the world’s cybercriminals, according to Proofpoint. As COVID-19 medical and …

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IT providers become go-to for cybersecurity advice

61% of SMBs have been hit by a successful cyberattack in the last year, according to BlackFog. The research study, which examined the business impact of cybersecurity for …

Barracuda
Replace Barracuda ESG appliances, company urges

Barracuda Networks is urging customers running phyisical Email Security Gateway (ESG) appliances to replace them immediately, “regardless of patch version level.” …

money
Factors influencing IT security spending

Security executives are overwhelmingly craving more AI solutions in 2023 to help them battle the growing cybersecurity threat landscape, according to Netrix Global. 22% of …

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