Tag: ransomware

Data Protection for the Enterprise with Backup & Disaster Recovery

In 2017, Ransomware appeared as a major cybersecurity threat. It had existed before and had done some damage in isolated events but nothing similar...

Going for gold in the Cyber Olympics: a look at cybersecurity in Pyeongchang

High-profile events like the 2018 Winter Olympics currently taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea, are a hot-spot for potential cybersecurity threats. Cyber criminals often...

Separating cybersecurity facts from fears

Digital attacks and data theft are on the rise. As a result, many businesses are growing increasingly concerned about the safety of their systems....

Don’t Be Held to Ransom at Christmas!

Whether it’s in January when you read your credit-card statement, or if it’s right now that you check the state of your bank balance,...

No Platform Immune from Ransomware, According to SophosLabs 2018 Malware Forecast

  Ransomware ravaged Windows, but attacks on Android, Linux and MacOS systems also increased in 2017 Just two strains of ransomware were responsible for...

KnowBe4 Announces Growth and Focus on European Market

New School Security Awareness Training Enables European Businesses to Effectively Combat Ransomware, CEO Fraud and Other Malicious Threats London, England – 10 October 2017 – Understanding...


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