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Health provider Brightline reported a breach impacting 783,000 patients yesterday, just two days after T-Mobile announced its second breach of a barely middle-aged year.
And yet, while par-for-the-course stories like that continue to accumulate, there just may be a few rays of hope on the security landscape as well, based on conversations by cyber experts with ChannelPro at last week’s RSA Conference in San Francisco. Here are a few of those upbeat trends.
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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.
Experts from KnowBe4, Malwarebytes, Sophos, Trend Micro, WatchGuard, and Webroot explain why cryptomining is becoming bigger than ransomware, signature-based security is dead tech walking, and artificial intelligence is giving the good guys a fighting chance.
All three companies published new research studies at CompTIA’s 2017 ChannelCon event today. Here are a few of their most interesting findings.
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.
Sadly, but not surprisingly, ransomware has victimized lots of SMBs in the past year, according to a new study from Datto. The same research points to some encouraging trends, however.