This should not be a big surprise, that small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in different sectors have varying cybersecurity concerns. Not all SMBs are created equal; they have different business models, use and transmit their data differently, which at times are also stored differently. These and other factors could...Read More
Malware Campaign Packs a Strong Payload Punch
There are few botnets with the capability to send tremendous volumes and pack an infection chain as malicious as what our filters have caught from the Phorphiex Worm/Trik botnet this year.
For 2019, the Mealybug threat group has garnered the most media attention with Emotet...Read More
Ransomware dominates the cybersecurity conversation these days for good reason: It’s a serious threat to IT and to those organizations—especially the small and mid-sized businesses you serve—that are most often targeted and easily burned.Read More
Of all the cyberattacks facing small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), perhaps none is as frightening as ransomware. Yes, data breaches that expose customer information and viruses that wreak havoc with systems are scary, but the idea that a single piece of malware can encrypt data and hijack your company shakes SMBs to...Read More
Ransomware has become so insidious, so advanced, that seemingly no one is safe. The latest high-profile attack targeted the PGA of America—the organization that hosts the Ryder Cup and other popular golf tournaments, as well as oversees the golf pros who work at courses around the country. The bad guys demanded bitcoin...Read More
A cybercrime group is currently targeting businesses in the UK with malware-laden emails containing the banking Trojan known as Trickbot.
In the past years, several malware families have been seen heavily targeting the UK in attempts to spread banking Trojans looking to gain access to business and personal accounts.Read More