Researchers discovered that almost all cyber attacks on cloud servers are aimed at installing cryptocurrency mining malware.
According to a WEF report, cyber attacks remain the greatest business risk in the US, something that bucks a general global trend among the world's major economies.
Microsoft warned that hackers are exploiting the Zerologon vulnerability to wage cyber attacks. CISA ordered federal agencies to patch or disconnect their systems from the federal network.
Consumers are growing increasingly intolerant of cyberattacks and the downtime that’s often associated with them. Businesses are under serious pressure for solid disaster recovery planning.
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While an uptick in cyber attacks on US hospitals is on trend for 2020, the FBI is warning that it has evidence of a coordinated criminal attack on the country's healthcare system.
It's not a surprise that there has been a significant increase in healthcare cyber attacks, but the numbers revealed by a new Bitglass study are nevertheless eye-popping: an increase of over 55% in 2020.
Hackers are not only eager to take advantage of the pandemic crisis, but that are feeding off of a highly profitable supply chain. While hospitals are the target, the patient is ultimately the true victim of this cyber attack machine.
Study from HP reveals that nation-state cyber attacks have not only doubled since 2017, but are also increasingly incorporating attacks on physical assets (such as infrastructure).
While Presidents Putin and Biden still appear to be far apart on the issue of cyber attacks originating from the former's country, the two at least appear to be negotiating. Biden presented Putin with a list of critical infrastructure targets that could trigger serious retaliation.