Kaseya, a provider of unified IT and security management software for managed service providers (MSPs) and mid-market enterprises (MME), has announced it has completed its acquisition of Datto for $6.2 billion, representing a share price of $35.50. With the completion of the transaction, Datto’s stock ceased trading and the company
Check Point Research (CPR) has released its 2022 Security Report that covers incidents from the SolarWinds attack at the beginning of the year, which presented a whole new level of sophistication and spread, all the way through to December and the influx of Apache Log4j vulnerability exploitations.
ESET released today its T2 2021 Threat Report highlighting several concerning trends, including increasingly aggressive ransomware tactics, intensifying brute-force attacks, and deceptive phishing campaigns targeting people working from home who have gotten used to performing many administrative tasks remotely.
According to the latest update from Unit 42 Ransomware Threat Report, 1H 2021, the average ransomware payment climbed 82% since 2020 to a record $570,000 in the first half of 2021, as cybercriminals employed increasingly aggressive tactics to coerce organizations into paying larger ransoms.
A new assault has appeared, this time targeting a Miami-based firm that provides technology management tools to businesses all over the world. The assault on software provider Kaseya is said to have impacted hundreds of enterprises in Sweden, including a railway, drugstore network, and supermarket chain.