The global COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally transformed how we live, work and interact with one another. As organisations across the world re-architect how their workforces securely connect and communicate in the new work reality, it's never been more important to stay abreast of the fast-moving cyber threat landscape.Read Article
The Coronavirus outbreak continues to hold the entire world hostage, and healthcare facilities are at the forefront of this struggle. The fact that hospitals and pharmaceutical labs are overwhelmed with work and research makes them more vulnerable to malware attacks than ever before. Saving lives is their top priority and everything else comes next. Malicious actors don’t seem to care about the importance of these commendable efforts, though. They are waging a cyberwar against medical organizations as if the COVID-19 emergency weren’t underway.Read Article
The industrial revolution of the 18th century was famously invoked by a step up in technology. Industries which had traditionally relied on work by hand started to embrace a new future of machine use to dramatically enhance output levels, efficiency and financial return.Read Article
The IT security industry, having grown each year since the dot-com bubble, is famously known as being a recession-proof investment. As more of our lives and our businesses grow to rely on the benefits of IT and the internet, so does the need to protect that reliance from any event which threatens it.Read Article
2017 may be remembered as the year of the botched cyber heist, when mass infections of ransomware variants embarrassed some of the world's largest and most famous organisations but earned their creators little more than notoriety. With mystery surrounding identity and motive, we may never get to the bottom of the full story but we may be able to draw some conclusions by following the money.
If there was a person in the world who didn’t know what ransomware was, they probably do now. On Friday the 12th of May 2017, what was initially dismissed as an issue on NHS (National Health Service) England’s IT system quickly developed into a global incident involving computers, laptops and servers in 150 (and still counting) countries.Read Article
2016 will be written in the history books as a turbulent twelve months. One which saw large fluctuations in currency values, a fall in the price of oil, the political fallout of Brexit, India’s savage attempt to reduce corrupt payments, the tussling of the election of the President of the United States, endless record busting data breaches and denial of service attacks affecting entire geographical regions.Read Article
I know what you’re thinking…not another ransomware publication. It has certainly been the hottest IT security topic of summer 2016 and shows no signs of slowing.Read Article