The healthcare industry is fighting a wave of ransomware attacks, as hackers constantly adapt a varied arsenal of malware tools. A recent survey found 172 cyberattacks against the healthcare systems have succeeded in the past four years.
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Any organization with an online footprint is always exposed to DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks, and new data from Imperva shows no industry has more to fear than Games and Gambling.
From humble beginnings of protecting traditional PCs, endpoint security has evolved to protect complex systems in large organizations, safeguarding diverse environments including business-issued hardware, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs, and more. The latest TAG Cyber Security Annual report spots the trends in endpoint security and how they relate to cybersecurity in general.
Many companies are coming to the realization that an effective anti-malware tool is insufficient to protect their business in today’s threat landscape. It is this realization that has driven the uptake of a more comprehensive service, known to the industry as Managed Detection and Response, or MDR for short. This service helps small to medium enterprises limit risk to their businesses by outsourcing 24/7 Detect and Response operations to an established service provider allowing them to reduce complexity and cost.
The price of a ransomware attack can be ascertained more precisely than other types of attacks, and a new study unveils the expected costs that a company incurs during such an event.
An attack on any of the five most active U.S. banks would have a ripple effect throughout the entire banking system, causing disruptions in the financial sector and affecting a third of all assets, according to a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Not all cyberattacks are visible, and some companies don't know they are under attack and have no clue as to the effects of such an attack on their organization, according to a new study.
Companies are quick to move their operations into the cloud to reduce operating costs, but very few believe the shift makes their data more secure.
A perfect storm of patches can affect the operations inside a company if two or more major vendors choose to push out large patches for their products. Such storms could occur three times in 2020 -- on January 14, April 14 and July 14.
Companies are always in the crosshairs of threat actors, but how do you prepare if you don’t know how your business could be affected. Fortunately, Bitdefender's Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020 offer a framework for the essential security pillars of any company.