Cyber crime

Cybercriminals shift from quantity to quality in DDoS attacks in 2018
The low cost of DDoS-as-hire makes such attacks one of the most affordable cyberweapons
CISOs fight for budgets, influence, in boardrooms
IT security leaders stuck in a vicious circle of risk, Kaspersky Lab report says
FireEye latest email update includes executive impersonation protection
Malware-less attacks are becoming an increasingly prevalent concern
In 2019, attackers will find new ways to bring organisations to their knees
Ichiro Ohama, senior vice president, enterprise & cyber security, Fujitsu, reflects on cybersecurity trends for the year
Kaspersky Lab uncovers third Windows zero day exploit in three months
Exploit can bypass built-in exploit mitigation mechanisms in modern web browsers, including Chrome and Edge
Professional cyber criminals corner the market, edge out bit players
Sophos 2019 Threat Report reveals the rise of the hand-delivered, targeted cyber attacks as criminals mint millions
Cyberattackers may control our brains in the future: report
The basic tech for hacking brains for memory manipulation exists today and Kaspersky Lab research shows it is vulnerable
Middle East-focused hacking group expands attack footprint
‘Muddy Water’ stalking government targets in Asia, Europe and Africa, Kaspersky Lab says
Facebook hack could result in GDPR compensation
Lawyer says that users could potentially claim under GDPR for latest security failure
ESET wants to alleviate SMBs cybersecurity headaches
ESET Cloud Administrator, a cloud -based management console allows centralised management of ESET security products

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