The WannaCry outbreak is the largest ransomware attack on record so far with the majority of devices infected within a single day. With all the different news stories out there, we thought we’d put together this infographic to highlight the main points. Enjoy!
Worldwide spending on security-related hardware, software and services is expected to reach $90 billion in 2018, up from $73.7 billion in 2016, according to research by IDC. Check out the slides..
Vulnerabilities within third-party software might be your greatest risk, because you can’t control or influence the code. And once the the fix is out, the cat’s out of the bag. It becomes a “known vulnerability”. Known to the manufacturer/developer, known to its customers and most significantly, known to attackers.
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Cybersecurity is a very serious and growing problem that costs companies BILLIONS in damages each year. Only knowledge and proactiveness can protect your company, employees and customers. Read more and download the event slide deck!
It seems you can’t turn on the news lately without hearing about some serious cyber attack or vulnerability. Today’s cyber threat landscape costs companies BILLIONS in damages each year! Here are 10 things you should know about cybersecurity.
Claud Xiao and Jin Chen of Palo Alto Networks reported on the threat noting that attackers infected two installers of Transmission version 2.90 with KeRanger on the morning of March 4.
The malware came bundled with an update to Transmission—a popular open-source bittorrent client.
Upon installing the app, the ransomware “begins encrypting certain types of document and data files on the system.”