Kaspersky has unveiled research into the activities of the notorious ransomware group known as Cuba. This cybercriminal gang has recently deployed malware that evaded advanced detection, and targeted organizations worldwide, leaving a trail of compromised companies across various industries.
Proofpoint has introduced industry-first innovations that address the top risks organizations face today—from business email compromise (BEC), the leading cause of financial loss for organizations, to ransomware and data exfiltration. The unified solutions, announced at Proofpoint Protect 2023, span the company’s Aegis Threat Protection, Identity Threat Defense and Sigma Information
Positive Technologies has analyzed the relevant cyberthreats of Q2 2023. According to the report, the number of targeted attacks increased by 10% since the beginning of the year, now standing at 78%. Experts noted large-scale attacks that exploited vulnerabilities and numerous leaks of users’ personal data. Furthermore, the period saw an increase in successful cyberattacks on blockchain projects and an upsurge in ransomware activity
Sophos has released new findings into the connections between the most prominent ransomware groups this past year, including Royal, in its report, “Clustering Attacker Behavior Reveals Hidden Patterns.” Over the course of three months beginning in January 2023, Sophos X-Ops investigated four different ransomware attacks, one involving Hive, two by
Barracuda Networks published its fifth annual Threat Spotlight on ransomware. The new report looks at ransomware attack patterns that occurred between August 2022 and July 2023. An in-depth look at ransomware trends Barracuda researchers analysed 175 publicly reported successful ransomware attacks across the world between August 2022 and July 2023,
Sophos has released a new sectoral survey report, “The State of Ransomware in Education 2023,” which found that education reported the highest rate of ransomware attacks in 2022. Over the past year, 79% of higher educational organizations surveyed reported being hit by ransomware, while 80% of lower educational organizations surveyed