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Over 13 Mn Malware Attacks Targeted at Linux Servers in H1...

The Linux operating system is famous for its flexibility and open-source nature. It also powers many cloud infrastructures. However, the popularity of Linux grew...

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...

Identity as the New Perimeter

In this day and age, your identity is a shared asset. Be it a calling card, passport or license -- it’s the means by...

Ransomware Reality in 2021: Victims Paid Up to $45 Million in...

A 2021 report from Atlas VPN pegs ransomware cost to victims at $45 million in 2021. The year also boasts of some largest payouts...

Iran Leak Hints at Second Tier Targets as Next Terror Gateway

In May 2020, CISO MAG reported about Project Signal, an Iranian state-sponsored ransomware operation.  State-sponsored actors from Iran have often been linked to various...

“Cloud-based backup is revolutionizing data protection”

In the current scheme of things, saying, “ransomware attacks are on the rise” is an understatement. Ransomware attacks exploded eight months ago, targeting U.S....

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...

Fighting Back Against Ransomware (We’ve Had Enough)

The Colonial Pipeline attack on May 7 was a watershed moment in the universal fight against ransomware attacks. It was the first incident in...

NIST Releases Preliminary Draft for Ransomware Risk Management

Not long ago, President Joe Biden passed an Executive Order encouraging the initiation of stronger cybersecurity reforms across the public and private sectors in...

The Vulnerabilities that Open the Door to Ransomware

The Darkside ransomware group brought the Colonial Pipeline to its knees in May 2021. In another incident that soon followed, REvil (Ransomware Evil), a...

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