The COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed a digital payments revolution, forever reshaping expectations. Today’s consumers demand flexible, real-time payment options throughout their digital journeys. As banks, fintechs, retailers and other businesses modernize and add apps and offerings to keep pace,
By Chris Hutchins, Managing Director – Public Policy EMEA at Trellix and John Fokker, Head of Threat Intelligence & Principal Engineer at Trellix It is not an exaggeration to say we live in unprecedented times. The war in Ukraine, the energy supply crisis, rapidly rising inflation and continued fallout from the
Check Point Research (CPR) reports a boom in the black market for fake vaccine certificates on Telegram, following US President Biden’s vaccine mandate announcements. The black market for fake vaccine certificates has expanded to serve 28 countries, nine of which are new, including: Austria, Brazil, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Singapore,
After the president’s coronavirus vaccination certificate was released and a big test app seemed to be hacked, Indonesians raised worries about the security of their personal medical data. Indonesia has a bad track record in terms of cyber security, with little internet literacy and a history of data leaks.
Organizations across the world have made strides in remote working and collaboration during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the proliferation of digitization is creating significant new cyber threats that require radical cultural change at boardroom level. A new report from KPMG ‘From enforcer to influencer: Shaping tomorrow’s security team’ is calling
With the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic, ‘remote working’ has been the “new normal” for all of us. With more people using personal devices for work, companies going through sudden digital transformation and moving data to the cloud, which has led to the increase in number of cyber-attacks since
Babur Nawaz Khan, Technical Marketing Engineer at A10 Networks elaborates on the major cyber threats. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, cyber criminals saw their opportunity, and they took it. With corporate offices, government agencies, schools, and universities shifting from in-person to remote work models, and even many healthcare interactions moving