Kaspersky’s Advanced Persistent Threats Predictions for 2024

New botnets, more AI in spearphishing and increases in hack-for-hire business are some of Kaspersky's security predictions. Get extensive APT mitigation tips, too.

New Netskope Report Exposes Increasing Use of Cloud Apps to Spread Malware

Microsoft OneDrive accounts for 26% of the overall usage of cloud storage apps to host malware, ahead of Microsoft PowerPoint and GitHub.

By |2023-10-17T20:14:06+00:00October 17, 2023|Australia, Cloud, cloud apps security, cloud security, cloud storage, cloud storage apps, cybercrime, cybersecurity, International, malware, Microsoft, microsoft onedrive, phishing, Security, spearphishing, Storage, Uncategorized|Comments Off on New Netskope Report Exposes Increasing Use of Cloud Apps to Spread Malware

Check Point: Hackers Dropping Physical USB Drives at Watering Holes

Check Point's Global CISO discusses the firm's 2023 threat intelligence, including new AI malice and threat actors spreading malware by dropping flash drives.

By |2023-09-12T16:49:51+00:00September 12, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, check point software, ciso, cybersecurity, devops, hackers, Hardware, International, malware, Microsoft, penetration tests, Security, spam, spearphishing, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Check Point: Hackers Dropping Physical USB Drives at Watering Holes

Spearphishing report: 50% of companies were impacted in 2022

Barracuda Networks found that spearphishing exploits last year worked to great effect and took days to detect. The post Spearphishing report: 50% of companies were impacted in 2022 appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-05-24T19:08:30+00:00May 24, 2023|ai, Artificial Intelligence, CXO, cybersecurity, email security, incident response, phishing, remote work, Security, spearphishing, Tech & Work, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Spearphishing report: 50% of companies were impacted in 2022
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