Cybercriminals continue to mine for opportunities in the crypto space – here’s what you should know about coin-mining hacks and crypto theft. Wherever you look these days, cryptocurrencies are in the news. And it’s not just because of the recent slump in their prices. Everybody seems to have grabbed a slice of the crypto pie … More The flip side of the coin: Why crypto is catnip for criminals
In the age of the perpetual news cycle and digital media, the risks that stem from the fake news problem are all too real. Every day brings a deluge of news content that competes for our attention and spans everything from politics, health, sports, climate change to the war in Ukraine. The endless amount and … More Fake news – why do people believe it?
The decision to release a ransomware decryptor involves a delicate balancing act between helping victims recover their data and alerting criminals to errors in their code. Ransomware – the security scourge of the modern, digital world – just keeps getting more dangerous. We’re educating users about what to do, but it’s hard to stay ahead of … More The downside of ‘debugging’ ransomware
What can organizations do to capitalize on the current fluidity in the job market in order to bring fresh cybersecurity talent into the fold? We all know there’s a cybersecurity skills shortage. Across the globe, the shortfall of talent is now measured in the millions. We’ve also all heard about the Great Resignation: a once-in-a-generation … More Opportunity out of crisis: Tapping the Great Resignation to close the cybersecurity skills gap
The ‘it won’t happen to me’ mindset leaves you unprepared – here are some common factors that put any of us at heightened risk of falling prey to online fraud. Sometimes you need to say things that go without saying: The internet has revolutionized our lives, changing the way we work, learn, entertain ourselves and … More 10 reasons why we fall for scams