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Avoid Negotiating with Extortioners and Implement Solutions for Recovery and Resilience

Once impacted by ransomware and other attacks, organizations spend a lot of time and money trying to recover systems. Many negotiate with attackers and...

How Illicit Cryptomining Works, And How to Prevent It

Whether it’s a surge in value or a decline, cryptocurrencies always make headlines. In addition to price fluctuations, various crypto-related issues such as cryptomining,...

Indian Organizations Among Most Targeted for Ransomware; Most Pay Ransom

Most news on ransomware attacks is about U.S. organizations. We hear little about ransomware attacks in India, as few organizations report it. That’s not...

Everything You Need to Know About the Evolution of Cyberthreats

The theory of evolution proposed by Charles Darwin is based on the concept of change in characteristics of a population over successive generations. An...

How Digital Forensics Complements Cybersecurity

Analyzing pieces of evidence found in a digital device is a laborious task. The challenges of which are further augmented by the ever-changing methods...

Illicit Cryptomining Surges Amid Soaring Crypto Value

Most cybercriminals are financially motivated, performing various malicious cyber activities to generate revenue. Several threat actor groups leverage cryptocurrencies, demanding ransom payments in Bitcoin...

How Cryptojacking and Cryptomining Assaults Work

When reporters asked the infamous bank robber Willie Sutton why he robbed banks he allegedly replied, “because that’s where the money is”. It was...

Lucifer Malware Exploits Windows Vulnerabilities to Launch DDoS Attacks

Security experts from Palo Alto Networks discovered a new malware dubbed “Lucifer” targeting Windows systems with cryptojacking and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. The researchers...

“Threat Detection has Evolved from Static to Dynamic Behavioral Analysis to...

Debasish Mukherjee is the Vice President, Regional Sales (APAC), SonicWall. He has over 18 years of experience throughout in IT industry and has worked...

Attacks on Web Applications Surged in 2019: Report

A research study from cybersecurity firm SonicWall revealed that cyberattacks on web applications increased by 52 percent in 2019. The research report, “SonicWall Cyber...

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