Research based on the analysis of incidents reported to customers of Kaspersky Managed Detection and Response (MDR) has revealed that Security Operations Center (SOC) analysts discovered more than three high-severity incidents with direct human involvement every day in 2022. The efficiency that external specialists provided while dealing with cybersecurity solutions
According to a new study of over 6,000 consumers across Europe by VMware, reveals two thirds (66%) of European consumers do not know who has access to their personal data and how it’s used. Yet, the majority still have an appetite for digital advancement, with 58% believing that technology
Infoblox, the leader in Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services, announced new research that identifies the challenges Communication Service Providers (CSPs) face in transitioning to distributed cloud models, as well as the use cases for Multi-access edge computing (MEC), 5G New Radio (NR), and 5G Next Generation Core (NGC) networks.
Sophos, a global leader in next-generation cybersecurity, has published, “Android APT Spyware, Targeting Middle East Victims, Enhances Evasiveness,” detailing new variants of Android spyware linked to C-23, an advanced persistent threat (APT) adversary that has been active in the Middle East since 2017. The new variants are enhanced for stealth
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, announced new research conducted by VansonBourne showing that consolidating and integrating cybersecurity, backup, and disaster recovery services produces $229,159 in savings on average and reduces the time required to recover from a breach or data loss incident by an average of five hours.
ESET researchers have discovered a previously undocumented real-world UEFI bootkit that persists on the EFI System Partition (ESP). The bootkit, which ESET has named ESPecter, can bypass Windows Driver Signature Enforcement to load its own unsigned driver, which facilitates its espionage activities. ESPecter is the second discovery of a UEFI