Libya-based hackers using coronavirus pandemic to spread mobile surveillance malware

Libya-based hackers using coronavirus pandemic to spread mobile surveillance malware

The drastic spread of coronavirus across the world has not stopped cybercriminals from exploiting fear to hack into devices. For months now, cybercriminals have used…

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Meet the white-hat group fighting Emotet, the world's most dangerous malware

Meet the white-hat group fighting Emotet, the world’s most dangerous malware

For more than a year, a group of security researchers and system administrators have banded together to fight back against Emotet, today’s most active and…

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Hackers using coronavirus scare to spread Emotet malware in Japan

Hackers using coronavirus scare to spread Emotet malware in Japan

Cybercriminals are using global fears about the virus to spread the Emotet trojan. Researchers with IBM X-Force and Kaspersky have discovered that cybercriminals are spreading…

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How to better protect your organization's most valuable data

How to better protect your organization’s most valuable data

Many organizations underestimate the value of their data to skilled and organized cybercriminals, said security provider eSentire. Keeping up with cybercriminals can be a never-ending…

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Target Sues Insurer Over Data Breach Costs

Target Sues Insurer Over Data Breach Costs

Target is suing its insurer for costs of up to $74M that were incurred as a result of a data breach. America’s eighth-largest retailer claims…

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Ransomware: Still Going Strong 30 Years On

Ransomware: Still Going Strong 30 Years On

Next month marks the 30th anniversary of the first-ever ransomware attack, and according to new research, this particular form of malware is still going strong.…

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North Korean malware found on Indian nuclear plant's network

North Korean malware found on Indian nuclear plant’s network

The network of one of India’s nuclear power plants was infected with malware created by North Korea’s state-sponsored hackers, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India…

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Nearly 60% of businesses suffered a data breach in the past 3 years

Nearly 60% of businesses suffered a data breach in the past 3 years

In the spirit of October being the 16th Annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a recent Bitdefender study outlined the cybersecurity conditions of infosecurity companies across…

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Nation-State APTs Target U.S. Utilities With Dangerous Malware

Nation-State APTs Target U.S. Utilities With Dangerous Malware

Researchers believe that nation-state actors are behind several spearphishing campaigns targeting U.S. utility companies with newly-identified malware, which has the capabilities to view system data…

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New Dridex Malware Strain Avoids AV Detection

New Dridex Malware Strain Avoids AV Detection

A new variant of the Dridex banking Trojan has been shaken up with the ability to avoid detection by traditional antivirus products. Dridex is a…

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