Cybersecurity Ventures is excited to release this special second annual edition of the Cybersecurity Almanac, a handbook containing the most pertinent statistics and information for understanding cybercrime and the cybersecurity market.
Cybersecurity has become a watchword of the 2020s. With the boom in work-from-home sparked by the global health crisis, alongside the ever-evolving role of technology in our daily lives, robust cybersecurity has become a cornerstone of how we work and play. Staying on top of what’s trending – and what’s lurking in the shadows – has never been so important. Today we take a closer look at cybersecurity risks and to watch out for in 2022, amongst the ongoing trends in the industry, and why they mat
The lure of last-minute deals to get away after staying home for the last 2 years is so strong, scammers are using it to their advantage with scams intent on stealing online credentials. Who wouldn’t like to get a great deal on a flight, a hotel, or an all-inclusive weekend in paradise? Phishing scammers know this and are impersonating tour companies, hotel chains, airlines and more as part of attacks that seek to deliver credential-stealing trojan malware.
This week Marriott International, one of the largest hotel chains, suffered their second data breach of 2022. The attack by a group named 'Group with No Name' (GNN) took place in early June and they used social engineering to trick one of the hotel employees into granting access to that associate's computer. Luckily the data breach only affected a few hundred users, but there are some valuable lessons to be shared on how important it is to implement new-school security awareness training across
Summer is a popular time to travel whether it be for a relaxing overnight or a week away exploring a new destination. You are likely taking along that smartphone or other device to assist with directions, locating or identifying points of interest, and capturing that special photo. Practicing good cyber hygiene before, during, and after your trip will help secure your devices and allow you to connect with confidence when you’re away from home.
It’s hard enough to stay secure nowadays, and that task is even more daunting now that we rely so heavily on mobile devices. There is a ton of great advice out there, but we've narrowed it down to the 6 top things you should do to keep your mobile devices secure.