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3:10
Yesterday

CrowdStrike releases cyber security report

The CrowdStrike Services Cyber Front Lines Report reveals widespread remote work has broad-reaching effects on cyber security.

1:40
Thursday

Social networks to be a growing attack vector in 2021

McAfee says a growing number of threat actors are using social networks as an attack vector.

3:10
Wednesday

Number of new malicious files up 5.2% a day in 2020

Kaspersky noted a significant growth in the number of Trojans and backdoors.

5:00
Wednesday

SophosAI advances practices and language to transform cyber security industry

The company announced four new open artificial intelligence developments to help broaden and sharpen the industry’s defences against cyber attacks

2:10

Obscure Technologies clinches sole distributorship deal with Cybereason

By focusing on operations rather than alerts, Cybereason enables defenders to visualise malicious operations from root cause to every affected endpoint in real-time.

2:40

Economic uncertainty to shape cyber crime in Africa

Growing economic turbulence, COVID-19 to fuel cyber crime across SA, Kenya, and Nigeria in 2021.

2:40
11 Jan

Emotet remains top malware threat

The malware has now been updated with new malicious payloads and more effective detection evasion capabilities. 

2:30

Cyber attacks spike in healthcare amid COVID-19 second wave

Check Point finds a further 45% increase in attacks targeting healthcare organisations globally, since the start of November last year.

2:40
6 Jan

BUI joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association

The award-winning South African Microsoft partner has been selected for the international alliance of cyber security industry leaders.

3:00

Chinese APT27 group targets major video gaming companies

A ransomware attack targeting videogame developers has ‘strong links’ to the infamous espionage group.

2:00

Lazarus APT group targets COVID-19 vaccine research

Kaspersky discovered two APT events that targeted organisations related to COVID-19 research.

5:00
Dec 15, 2020

Leaked data records surge to 36bn worldwide in 2020

The number of leaked data records globally reached 36.1 billion in the first three quarters of 2020, says Atlas VPN.