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cloud security
Cryptojacking is no longer the sole focus of cloud attackers

As commercial adoption of cloud technologies continues, cloud-focused malware campaigns have increased in sophistication and number – a collective effort to safeguard both …

botnet
Vishing, smishing, and phishing attacks skyrocket 1,265% post-ChatGPT

76% of enterprises lack sufficient voice and messaging fraud protection as AI-powered vishing and smishing skyrocket following the launch of ChatGPT, according to Enea. …

SaaS
Understanding employees’ motivations behind risky actions

More 68% of employees knowingly put their organizations at risk, potentially leading to ransomware or malware infections, data breaches, or financial loss, according to …

AI
How AI is reshaping the cybersecurity job landscape

88% of cybersecurity professionals believe that AI will significantly impact their jobs, now or in the near future, and 35% have already witnessed its effects, according to …

insider threat
AI in cybersecurity presents a complex duality

Companies more than ever view GRC (Governance, Risk, and Compliance) as a holistic process and are taking steps toward getting a complete view of their risk environment and …

send money
Enterprises’ progress in digital trust implementation is far from great

A growing divide separates leaders with a firm grasp on digital trust from those at the bottom of the pool, according to DigiCert. While digital trust overwhelmingly remains a …

OT
Unmanaged third-party access threatens OT environments

Many industrial organizations lack the resources, expertise, and collaborative processes to effectively mitigate threats and ensure secure access to operational technology …

CVE
CVE count set to rise by 25% in 2024

The report from Coalition indicates an anticipated 25% rise in the total count of published common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) for 2024, reaching 34,888 …

School
Cybersecurity crisis in schools

Primary school systems handle sensitive data concerning minors, while higher education institutions must safeguard intellectual property data, making them prime targets for …

botnet
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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