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Fortinet: Cybercriminals leveraging evasion and anti-analysis techniques

Fortinet said that cybercriminals are continously looking for new attack opportunities throughout the digital attack surface and are leveraging evasion as well as anti-analysis techniques

Cybercriminals can execute cyberattack for $34/month with $25,000 ROI, says Deloitte

The attackers can execute a cyber attack for as little as $34 per month compared to the extraordinarily high impact and associated expense, incurred by a victimized organization, said a report from Deloitte.

Football fever is on, so do cybercriminals: Here’s how to make yourself cybersecure during FIFA World Cup 2018

Football fever is on like never before, so does the interest of cybercriminal. In the past, cybercriminals have used people’s interest in the sport to launch cyberattacks.

Exploring AI to bolster executive cyber defence

As organisations navigate the complex and ever-evolving world of cybersecurity, prioritising the digital protection of their leaders is not just a tactical move but a strategic necessity.
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Redcliffe Labs exposes over 12 million patient records

This exposure included names of patients and doctors, details about whether the testing sample was collected at home or a medical facility, and an extensive array of other health-related information.

Evolution of ransomware: Forecasting industry resilience amid threat actor tactics

The second half of 2023 promises to be dynamic in the ransomware landscape. Organisations must prioritise cybersecurity, remain vigilant, and adapt to emerging threats.

Top 12 tips for CIOs to safeguard organisation’s data

In today's interconnected and digitised world, organisations of all sizes face an ever-increasing threat of ransomware assaults. A recent report by CERT-In states that India witnessed a 53% increase in ransomware attacks in 2022.

CISO full form, role, importance, challenges and relevance in today’s time

The CISO full form is Chief Information Security Officer. The exact origins of the term "CISO" are not well-documented, but it is believed to have emerged in the late 1990s or early 2000s as organisations began to formalise information security functions and establish dedicated leadership roles.
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Reimagining Digital Resilience in an Uncertain World

As organisations prepare for the next wave of disruption, including responding to cyber-attacks, keeping the enterprise environment secure, and accommodating remote workers, digital resilience will be the watchword.

Google Cloud completes $5.4 billion acquisition of cybersecurity firm Mandiant

With this now Mandiant will join Google Cloud to help organisations improve their threat, incident and exposure management.
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