- 1 of 6
- next ›
Thanks, hackers. While so much about our world is uncertain, you remain reliably dedicated to digital theft, fraud, and extortion.
Indeed, as SonicWall reveals in a 2020 cyber threat report published today, COVID-19’s relentless march around the globe has been accompanied by the appearance of new hazards and increases in more familiar ones. Read on to see precisely how cyber-criminals are seeking to turn the fear, confusion, and disruption brought about by the coronavirus to their advantage.
More Galleries like This
Tuesday, if you didn’t notice, was Anti-Ransomware Day. Data published this week by Kaspersky, Sophos, and Kaseya suggests the damage ransomware inflicts remains as substantial as the opportunity it creates for providers of security services.
Speaking online yesterday about the vendor’s latest cyber threat report, SonicWall CEO Bill Conner (pictured) discussed an alarming rise in ransomware attacks, IoT exploits, and other threats in the first half of 2020.
New studies from Trend Micro and Thales suggest healthcare providers are vulnerable to attack and investing more heavily in security as a result.
Ransomware perps have been very busy this year. New research from Datto and Sophos shows how busy, as well as how much damage they’re doing and how they’re getting around cyber-defenses.
All three companies published new research studies at CompTIA’s 2017 ChannelCon event today. Here are a few of their most interesting findings.