Articles of interest from the week of October 12, 2020

Emotet Spoofs DNC in New Attack Campaign

A new Emotet attack campaign impersonates the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to convince victims to open a malicious document containing macros to download and install the malware. (By Dark Reading)

12 Oct 2020
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Articles of interest from the week of September 28, 2020

Why Cybercrime Spikes Around Major Events And Unrest

Health pandemics, weather catastrophes, civil unrest, war — these are all unfortunate realities our global society faces at various times. During these major events, our collective sense of

28 Sep 2020
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Articles of interest from the week of September 14, 2020

Data Breaches Exposes Vets, COVID-19 Patients

Social engineering and employee mistakes lead to breach Veteran’s Administration and the National Health Service. A pair of healthcare-related data breaches at high-profile government agencies has

14 Sep 2020
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Articles of interest from the week of August 31, 2020

CEOs, CISOs Fear Becoming the Next Big Breach Target

The global survey of CEO and CISO respondents was conducted in industries including healthcare, finance, and retail, and uncovered prominent cybersecurity stressors and areas of disconnect for

31 Aug 2020
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Articles of interest from the week of August 17, 2020

20 Percent of Companies Working Remotely Have Suffered a Breach

Since organizations have shifted to a work from home model, the potential for cyberattacks and breaches has increased. In fact, since the start of the pandemic, 20 percent of

17 Aug 2020
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Articles of interest from the week of August 3, 2020

Top 25 Financial Data Breach Statistics for 2020

Data breach statistics show that cybercriminals know exactly how sensitive online banking data is in the 21st century. In this ever-expanding sea of data, new pirates set sail by the minute, and

03 Aug 2020
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