New report from Datto shows that ransomware attacks continue to be the leading form of cyber attack experienced by small- and medium-sized businesses, with 4 of 5 MSPs having clients hit over the last 2 years.
Almost 18 months since the 2017 massive outbreak, the WannaCry ransomware remains a cyber threat based on recent research from Kaspersky Labs showing 75,000 infections over the last three months.
The ransomware threat landscape continues to evolve and the spreading mechanism has changed, shifting from simple phishing attacks, spam and drive-by-downloads to more sophisticated techniques. These advanced techniques in ransomware has proven successful in massive global attacks for 2017. What's coming in 2018?
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?
SMBs paid ransomware hackers more than US$301 million last year. Hackers are finding it more lucrative to prey on SMBs without ransomware protection.
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.
There is now a new breed of highly sophisticated cyber criminals who are attracted by the huge financial gains made possible by highly targeted ransomware attacks. Today, with IoT being adopted across a wide variety of industries, it seems that it’s only a matter of time before cyber criminals take Internet of Things…