67% of businesses suffered subsequent cyber attacks within a year after the first incident, with 10% recording ten or more repeated breaches. Medium-sized firms were most impacted.
Researchers discovered that almost all cyber attacks on cloud servers are aimed at installing cryptocurrency mining malware.
Why is it that despite their proven ability to control password hygiene by generating strong and unique passwords, auto-filling passwords, and credentials, storing passwords and files, and auditing password security, 70% of organizations are still not using a password manager?
How do we prevent AI from being used as a tool for cyberattacks? We need to come up with ways to keep AI under control and stop hackers from manipulating automated computer systems and cause them to take actions they were never intended to take.
Here’s what needs to be done at the enterprise level to ensure bulletproof cybersecurity against state-sponsored cyber attacks in the most uncertain times of COVID-19 and beyond.
Protect your company and customers by layering multiple security protections against cyber attacks including employee education, strong authentication, passive biometrics and behavioral analytics.
The nature of phishing attacks and the role of human error in the problem means that it’s unlikely we can completely eliminate this threat. Implementation of behavioral analytics solutions allow security teams to clearly identify irregular or abnormal behaviors and take action to determine if someone with access is a potential threat.
A strong recovery and resilience strategy will ensure that crypto and DeFi firms are able to rebound from cyber attacks with minimal disruptions to their operations, mitigating losses for their investors and users.
A multinational cybersecurity advisory warned that cyber attacks on managed service providers (MSPs) could enable supply chain attacks, ransomware, and cyber espionage downstream.