The technological advancements of today have brought preferment in cyber-attacks. The cyber-crimes have become more complex and sophisticated. They can lead to compromise thousands or even millions of devices simultaneously.Furthermore, there are various types of cyber-crimes, and one of the latest—and   

Ransomware attacks are considered the most devastating thing that technology and the internet have brought with them. And businesses of all sorts and sizes are falling victims to these attacksBusinesses suffer steep financial losses (an estimated $10.5 trillion annually by 2025) compounded by the loss of customer   

A review conducted by the National Cyber Security Center revealed that ransomware attacks have increased by nearly 3 times in the year 2021 than then they were in 2019.Organizations are well aware of this ransomware situation but still, most of them are doing nothing in this regard.And this unpreparedness of these companies   

In times of sudden and drastic change, you can locate challenges and opportunities in many directions. And this adage is certainly true when it comes to IT and cybersecurity. The outburst of the COVID-19 created opportunities (in the form of vulnerabilities) for the cybercriminals to launch   

In this modern-day and age of technology, data holds the utmost importance. It doesn’t matter what kind of business you are running, you might be storing data in one form or another. If that data gets into the hand of a third party, it can cause havoc to your business. Data stealth has become very   

Ransomware is one of the biggest menaces of the cyber world. Businesses have suffered losses of billions of dollars over the years because of this malware. Experts are always creating solutions to ward off these cyber-attacks. And cybercriminals, on the other hand, are also making their best   

Ransomware is a pervasive and ever-evolving cyber threat that has caused damage to thousands of industries over the years. The impact of this malware is global and regardless of size, geographic location, or industry, all businesses have fallen victim to it. The intensity of ransomware attacks   

Since the outburst of the COVID-19, successful large-scale ransomware attacks have become more frequent. And in some instances, companies had to bear the expenses of ransomware attacks in millions of dollars. These costs came in the form of losing potential clients,

Although cybercrimes have always been one of the major concerns of businesses, yet since the outburst of the COVID-19 the situation has gotten worse. The frequency of cyber-attacks has elevated to a great extent. The main reasons behind this uprise include

Ransomware is considered one of the greatest menaces on the internet.With every passing day, more and more cybercrime syndicates are turning to ransomware and fund their criminal activities. According to Forbes, these cybercriminals are more

In recent years, ransomware attacks have increased exponentially, and the remote work policy of COVID-19 will only promote the success of attacks by bad actors. If your company is not currently committed to strengthening cyber-security controls - it is the best time to start now,

The U.S. and the rest of the world are currently in the midst of combating the COVID-19 pandemic and a massive wave of ransomware attacks. Both of these pandemics have actually partly closed down components of the economic climate. And according to the findings of Check Point Research

A ransomware attack means any type of offensive action carried out by cybercriminals to target computer information systems, infrastructures, computer networks, personal computer devices, or any other electronic gadget.  They use various methods to steal, alter or encrypt data   

A local Swedish grocery chain. An IT services company in Germany. A pharmacy chain in South Carolina. These are amongst the many local small to medium scale businesses that were affected by a massive cyberattack conducted by group known as REvil, which demanded $70 million in cryptocurrency from the victims in return for the data   

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