The bubble in cyber security jobs is encouraging people to look for better opportunities at exactly the wrong time, and that may lead to the detriment of the fight against cyber crime. A new report by (ISC)2 found that a staggering 84% of cyber workers are open to new opportunities or plan to change employers in 2018.
Crypto mining malware is now the weapon of choice for hackers worldwide. The skyrocketing prices of cryptocurrencies is driving the scale of cryptojacking attacks, and can mean very lucrative profits ranging from hundreds of dollars to twenty thousand dollars per month. Victims now include Tesla and the UK government.
Individuals, business leaders, and all other types of organization leaders need to improve their ransomware protections to protect their personal data, preserve privacy, and maintain access to their other data. What are some of the simple steps to avoid being a ransomware victim?
Rock bottom prices on the dark web for remote access into corporate PCs a boon for cyber criminals to steal data, distribute malware and ransomware attacks.
Ransomware attacks are the frightening new hacking phenomenon that is hitting businesses all over the world. Here are five ways to stop ransomware attacks.
Ransomware attacks are potentially very damaging But there are far more serious threats according to FBI’s Cybercrime Report. It’s your email that’s the issue.