The cyber headlines are once again crowded with news of attacks, patches, mergers, and data theft. Here are the top global cybersecurity updates of this week to help you keep abreast of the latest happenings in the cyber world so you can learn from the mistakes of others and adopt cybersecurity practices in advance and keep your critical data from falling into the hands of cyber adversaries.
This week’s cyber news headlines will have you thinking about whether you are doing enough to ensure cybersecurity for yourself and your organization. From the revival of a ransomware strain to attacks caused by ignorance, here are the top cyberattack news updates from across the globe. Continue reading “Cyber Security News Update – Week 29 of 2021” »
You may be familiar with a few cyberattack strategies that the adversaries usually employ; however, if you haven’t been following current trends, you would be surprised by how innovative threat actors have become and the sophisticated methodologies they use to rob you of your credentials. Targeted phishing attacks and customized attack schemes make it difficult to stay safe on the web without using robust cybersecurity tools. Here are this week’s latest security updates which help you learn more.
The dynamic cyber world reports incidents of data theft, vulnerabilities in applications, and other attacks almost every day. But with the right cybersecurity tools, one can stay ahead of threat actors and prevent their confidential information from falling into the wrong hands. To this end, here are the headlines of the latest cyberattacks.
On the one hand, the COVID 19 pandemic has made Work-from-Home the new normal, allowing organizations worldwide to work efficiently and continue their business operations. On the other hand, it has given cyber adversaries a field day as working at home has made employees let their guard down when it comes to adopting cyber hygiene. The shift from offline to cloud-based exchange of confidential data has made data accessible to both employees and attackers.
Cybersecurity is a sensitively dynamic arena. For most security managers and IT admins, to be able to sail through each day without having their organization’s information assets’ attacked by cyber adversaries is nothing less than a challenge! Imagine how challenging it could be for the regular consumers of the internet to keep their PII (Personally Identifiable Information) from falling into the hands of cyber adversaries, who can then use it for various nefarious purposes. This is what makes it crucial to keep yourself updated on the latest cyber news to stay a step ahead of malicious actors and keep your crucial information assets as secure as possible. Here are the latest headlines this week with global updates on cybersecurity.
Those days are behind us when merely adopting traditional cybersecurity tools such as local anti-virus software used to be enough to identify and alert against possible cyber threats. Instead, it’s the era of availing services from third-party vendors, and this means any cyber risk to the vendor might be a security concern for the clientele. Among other interesting cyber news this week, here’s what the Reserve Bank of New Zealand found about its recent cyber breach.
The cybersecurity challenges of today demand robust solutions that are frequently updated and ensure minimal risk of intrusion. Earlier, attackers stopped at ransom demands after attacking an organization with ransomware. They then used double extortion tactics to threaten enterprises of data leaks, and now, triple extortion campaigns are in vogue. This week’s cybersecurity headlines are all about attacks like these and more.
Among the most effective ways to evade the digital world’s endless cybersecurity challenges is staying abreast of the latest attack trends. Towards that end, here we bring you the most significant email security incidents in the past week
Cybersecurity headlines are insightful for their coverage of a wide variety of cyberattacks, the latest security updates, recommendations, and attack trends. This week’s headlines are just as informative and justify why you must immediately upgrade your ransomware protection measures.
Cyberattacks have manifolded over the years, and now email security service is not a matter of privileged cybersecurity investment but a necessity for all businesses, organizations, and individuals. In this post, we mention the top cyber headlines from this past week
Cybercrimes in the post-COVID world are even more furious than before, and therefore, using robust cybersecurity tools is the only way to ensure a safe cyberspace. Following are the top security headlines from the bygone week to help you strengthen your organization’s cybersecurity posture.
The bygone week in cybersecurity is full of exciting incidents like threat actors hiding from ransomware protection tools. Read on to find the latest updates from the cyber world
Cyberattacks continue to disrupt the digital world. Today’s news proves that the dearth of cybersecurity tools can prove detrimental to even entire nations! Here are the top cybersecurity headlines from this week
What happens when a known application becomes a source of threat? The cyber world is witnessing newer innovations every day, but so are the intentions of cyber adversaries. Here are this week’s news headlines to keep you updated on what went around in the cyber world
Work from home is the new normal. But have you thought about what could happen when you leave your workspace unattended at home? What happens when you do not adopt the necessary security measures while handling your organization’s critical data? This week’s news headlines shed light on some fascinating updates from the world of cybersecurity that shall make you rethink your online security measures.
Cybercrimes have no end, and malicious attack schemes always manage to top the list of cyber news. This week’s cyber headlines are another eye-opener for those without any robust cybersecurity measures in place to keep their information assets secure.
What looks like a legitimate app secretly works as a botnet; what seems like a harmless email from a service provider may be a phishing scam. Nothing on the internet is safe anymore – cybersecurity issues are a severe threat for individuals and organizations alike, which makes it essential to stay abreast of the latest cyber news to keep your information assets secure from falling into the hands of cyber adversaries.
Cybersecurity cannot be ensured if threat actors remain adamant about finding new ways of getting through ransomware protection and other such cybersecurity tools. There isn’t any stopping to these perennial cyber threats, and that’s why we bring you the latest news from the cyber realm. For, what is better than reading about cyberattacks and rectifying similar errors within our organizations? Here are the top headlines from this past week.
Cybersecurity is assured when the tools used for protection are at par with the latest attack schemes. And yet, no tool is 100% fool-proof, as vulnerabilities continue to emerge out, even for the global pioneer technology organizations, which malicious actors exploit to their advantage to get access to details of millions of users every year. This has made it crucial to keep oneself updated on the latest tricks and techniques used by these threat actors so as to avoid falling victim to their nefarious activities. Below, we have a list of the top cyber attacks from the bygone week to aid your search