SonicWall: Encrypted Attacks, IoT Malware Surge as Global Malware Volume Dips

New cyber threat intelligence from SonicWall shows that malware and ransomware attacks have dipped through the third quarter of 2019, but other attack types, including encrypted threats and IoT malware, are spiking in volume. SonicWall, […]

Webinar: Prep Your Business to Face 2019’s Most Advanced Cyber Threats

Cyber threat intelligence is a must-have component for any security-conscious organizations. And for those who couldn’t get enough of the mid-year update to the 2019 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report, SonicWall security experts hosted an exclusive […]

Ransomware-as-a-Service, Open-Source Malware Fueling Attack Spikes in 2019

Ransomware is too lucrative to fade away. Its brilliance is in its simplicity. And shifting trends make it easier than ever to leverage in cybercriminal activity. As each passing day presents us with a new […]

Cryptojacking in 2019: Cryptocurrency Value Keeping Attack Vector in Play

In the closing months of 2018, cryptojacking volume faded as prices for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies fell. Cryptocurrency markets are fast-moving, where quick bull runs (often caused by price manipulation) can cause dramatic price spikes. […]

Inside the Capital One Data Breach: What Went Wrong

In one of the biggest data breaches publicly disclosed, Capital One revealed that a hacker gained access to personal information from 106 million credit card applicants and customers in the United States and Canada. Capital […]



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