Vulnerabilities (120)

Ransomware Attackers May Shift to Business Email Compromise  

As law enforcement agencies around the world crack down on ransomware, it would make sense for ransomware attackers to turn their efforts to business email compromise, cybersecurity researcher Crane Hassold has warned. So reports Wired.


Microsoft Sounds Alarm on 'Follina' Zero-day Vulnerability  

Microsoft has warned of a zero-day vulnerability that could allow hackers to remotely take control of a computer thanks to Microsoft Office documents. So reports TechCrunch.


Deepfakes, Crypto Scams: Preferred Methods of Cybercriminals in 2022  

Cybercriminals turned to deepfakes and cryptocurrency scams in the early months of 2022, a new study shows. So reports Consumer Affairs.


What is the State of the Ransomware Threat?

The state of ransomware is strong, at least from a cybercriminal’s perspective. That’s a conclusion that may be drawn from new research.


NATO Holds Cyber Drills Amid Russia-Ukraine War  

Cybersecurity representatives from 30 countries have waged online warfare in hopes of improving readiness for potential hacking attempts by Russia as its Ukraine invasion continues. So reports Gizmodo.


Where Data Breaches Are Happening and How Businesses Are Coping

Russia and the United States are among most-breached countries, and cybersecurity executives are taking steps to shore up their defenses, recent research finds.


Cyber Skills Shortage Persists at Companies' Highest Levels  

As federal pressure builds for companies to shore up their network protections, corporate C-suites and boards of directors still have “big cyber blind spots.” So reports Marketplace.


Google, Microsoft Warn Browser Users of Zero-day Hack  

Google and Microsoft have each warned their billions of Internet browser users of a new zero-day vulnerability. So reports Forbes.


Is U.S. Cybersecurity Ready for Russian Attacks Over Ukraine?  

Amid fresh warnings from U.S. officials, the cybersecurity community has been debating how prepared the nation’s critical infrastructure is for potential cyberattacks by Russia. That follows the Russian invasion of Ukraine and retaliatory economic sanctions by America.


Cybersecurity Firms Are Exposed to Threats, Too: Reposify

A host of cybersecurity vendors may be at risk due to IT assets that face the wider internet, according to a new white paper by Israel-based security vendor Reposify. So reports Dark Reading.


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