Microsoft remains most imitated brand for phishing
Help/Systems’ GoAnywhere MFT achieves AS4 Drummond Certification
This certification recognises that GoAnywhere meets the full interoperability testing, so information is exchanged and received securely and according to the AS4 standards.
POPIA deadline looms large for healthcare practitioners
The new POPIA law stands to impact how healthcare practitioners process, capture, store and transmit patient data, says Dirk Hammann, legal adviser to Altron HealthTech.
Truecaller reaches 43m African users, intros business solution
The caller ID service introduces Truecaller Business Identity, to allow companies to verify their identities when making calls to customers.
Malware disguised as meeting apps spikes 1 000% in a year
Cyber threats disguised as meeting app invites have skyrocketed, according to data from Kaspersky.
Crypto-jacker targets unpatched MS Exchange servers
Sophos has detected a compromised Microsoft Exchange server hosting a crypto-jacker.
Report: 2021 State of the Phish
An in-depth look at user awareness, vulnerability and resilience.
Kalon Venture Partners infuses more capital in Sendmarc
The venture capital firm says with the ongoing cyber threats to businesses, a safer and more secure e-mail ecosystem has been forged with the security start-up.
Huge spike in ransomware attacks calls for adoption of BaaS solutions
Backup as a service lets enterprises buy backup and recovery services from cloud-based providers, instead of building and maintaining in-house data backup solutions, says Kate Mollett, regional director at Commvault SA.
IcedID banking Trojan joins most wanted list
IcedID makes use of other malware to proliferate and has been used in several ransomware operations.
Use of PDF files in phishing scams unpacked
Attacks using PDF files have increased more than 1 000%, according to Palo Alto researchers.
Microsoft patches zero-day exploit found in Desktop Window Manager
The exploit enables malefactors to execute arbitrary code on a target’s computer, warns Kaspersky.