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Russia-Ukraine conflict takes the hybrid warfare route, U.S. on high alert

Russia inflicted way more destruction on Ukraine than what made the headlines. As Russia continued to invade Ukraine, it simultaneously launched a series of cyberattacks against the country, and the initial targets were Ukrainian banks and government agencies. The newer sanctions by the U.S. and other NATO nations have not been successful in preventing Putin from continuing his invasion.

Cybersecurity News Weekly Roundup (October 25-29)

Welcome to this week’s Weekly News roundup. Here we present the latest news and updates in the world of cybersecurity. From lawmakers pushing for better cybersecurity for the transport sector to fraudsters targeting Android users into premium subscription services without their consent, this week saw several cybersecurity incidents. Here is a rundown: A team of… Read More »Cybersecurity News Weekly Roundup (October 25-29)

U.S. Lawmakers Push for Better Cybersecurity for Transport Sector

Over the last year, there have been multiple instances where cybercriminals have targeted the U.S.’ transportation infrastructure. These include attacks against ferries, railways, and even oil supply chains. These attacks cause widespread disruption in the lives of ordinary citizens. A committee of lawmakers from the Department of Homeland Security will discuss industry-wide measures to improve… Read More »U.S. Lawmakers Push for Better Cybersecurity for Transport Sector

Zero-Day Attack: Vulnerability Detection and Prevention that Cybersecurity Companies Offer

A zero-day attack, also termed a zero-day exploit is one of the most dreaded cyberattacks across the business world. It is unique because it targets vulnerabilities unknown to the antivirus provider or the software vendor. The attackers identify the vulnerability much before the providers do, create an exploit, and then use it for the attack.Read More »Zero-Day Attack: Vulnerability Detection and Prevention that Cybersecurity Companies Offer

How are Businesses Targeted by Spear Phishing Attacks Each Day?

A spear-phishing attack is an email or electronic communication scam that targets a specific individual, a group of people, or an organization. Like other phishing attacks, spear-phishing intends to gain unauthorized access to confidential information or cheat companies to get money by leveraging email as the medium. However, one of the significant differences between phishingRead More »How are Businesses Targeted by Spear Phishing Attacks Each Day?

10 Different Types of Malware Attacks – Ensure Expert Cybersecurity Support Service is in Place

10 Different Types of Malware Attacks Malware attacks have been a popular common form of a cybersecurity attack. And the numbers worldwide, in the past few years, have consistently been in millions. So yes, malware attacks form a critical confrontation for the corporate world. However, what’s equally troublesome is that these attacks keep evolving, andRead More »10 Different Types of Malware Attacks – Ensure Expert Cybersecurity Support Service is in Place

Manufacturers Industry Targeted: 156% Increase in Cyberattacks in Q1

A recent report shows that ransomware attacks were up 25 percent across all industries in Q1 of this year. No industry was safe but the manufacturing industry was shown to be the most at risk, with an increase in ransomware attacks of 156 percent. Not only are cyberattacks on manufacturers and fabricators skyrocketing but the… Read More »Manufacturers Industry Targeted: 156% Increase in Cyberattacks in Q1

Hackers Profiting Off Coronavirus with Phishing E-mails

Bad actors online love to prey on tragedy and fear to make a profit. Unfortunately, it seems as though coronavirus is no exception, and there are phishing emails circulating designed to capitalize on the worldwide pandemic. With the world in a panic, everyone should be even more vigilant when it comes to cybersecurity than ever.… Read More »Hackers Profiting Off Coronavirus with Phishing E-mails