AIG, one of the largest insurance companies in the world, has issued a report which reveals that there is a new leader in the list of top threats causing losses for businesses.
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The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), part of the US Department of the Treasury, has released an alert to financial institutions that fraudsters are attempting to steal much more money through Business Email Compromise than previously believed.
With 180 million active users it's no wonder that Microsoft Office 365 has caught the attention of online criminals.
Google has admitted that some of its business customers of G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps) had their passwords stored on the company’s internal servers for 14 years in plaintext.
As budgets tighten it’s not uncommon for consumers and organisations alike to save a few pennies, and buy previously-used IT equipment and storage devices.
What's the biggest cybersecurity threat for US businesses?
If you’re running a company you might like to imagine that all of your staff are happy in their positions, feeling fulfilled by the career opportunities that you have provided to them, and content imagining a future where they will always be working for your firm.
Firms are being warned about a threat which evolves traditional business email compromise scams into a whole new way of extracting money from unwary companies.
As 2018 draws to a close, we inevitably take the opportunity to take a look back at the year it has been, and make predictions about what 2019 might bring for cybersecurity.
The threat of cyber attacks targeting businesses, specifically those breaches orchestrated by nation states and highly sophisticated hacking gangs, has never had a higher profile.
Morrisons didn’t know it, but in 2014 it had a huge problem. The UK’s fourth largest supermarket chain, with over 500 stores, had a disgruntled member of staff who had access to sensitive data, such as the payroll information of 100,000 current and former employees.
The headlines love to talk about sophisticated hacking gangs, exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities to break their way into businesses and steal corporate data.