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88% of businesses previously attacked would pay ransom if targeted again – report

In 88% of organisations previously attacked by ransomware, business leaders would choose to pay a ransom if faced with another attack.

1 in 3 banking malware attacks targeted corporate users in 2021

According to the Financial cyberthreats in 2021 report by Kaspersky, the financial threats landscape witnessed positive changes where the overall number...

Steady decline of mobile malware in Africa

There has been a steady decline in attacks on mobile devices in various African countries, as cybercriminals consolidated their efforts to...

Ransomware and password guessing top cybersecurity threats reports ESET

ESET Research has released its T3 Threat Report for the fourth quarter of 2021, summarising the key statistics from ESET detection...

6 ways to prepare for the next wave of ransomware in 2022

Ransomware as a trend will continue to affect businesses across the world in 2022 – with attack types and tactics from...

Cybercrime: how lessons from South Africa can help businesses

South Africans have become accustomed to dealing with crime because they have no other choice. Various sources place South Africa near...

Defending the public sector against increasing cybersecurity threats

The public sector is an attractive target for cybercriminals, for a number of reasons, and this is evidenced by the growing...

2022 threat predictions, here’s what lies ahead

In order to help users and businesses usher in a safer new year, here are the highlights of 2022 cyber threat...

The state of cyber extortion crime in South Africa

A ransomware survey by cybersecurity awareness platform KnowBe4 took a deep look into the South African market, finding that ransomware and...

4 key financial cyberthreats predictions for 2022

In 2022, the world is likely to witness state-sponsored groups targeting the cryptocurrency industry, the growth of attacks against payment systems...
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