Disruptions to Transnet over the last week should highlight just how seriously we need to take cybersecurity locally.
Criminals are using COVID-19 to sell fake vaccination certificates, phish you and worse.
Kaspersky has noted 5 000 attack attempts in 22 countries since REvil’s attack last week.
We get more information on last week Friday’s Kaseya ransomware attack, as a gang comes forward and demands have been made.
Investigations into ransomware and other cybercrimes must now be reported to a central office in Washington.
Paying the ransom associated with ransomware may only serve to invigorate cybercriminals further.
In its State of Ransomware 2021 report, Sophos looks at the costs these attacks have had on global and local organisations in the past year.
Russian hacking group REvil is targeting Apple after manufacturing and engineering schematics from a Taiwanese partner were stolen.
Not really, especially since several affiliates are reportedly moving to a new ransomware group.
Could your school survive a ransomware attack? It’s about time you figured that out.
Following the ransomware attack suffered by Garmin, now Canon is reportedly said to have fallen prey to a similar attack.
If Garmin has paid the ransom and Evil Corp is behind WastedLocker, Garmin may have violated US sanctions.
After reporting an outage for a number of days, Garmin has finally said that ransomware is the cause.
Garmin has yet to confirm the cause of the outage but reports suggest it may have fallen victim to ransomware.
While ThiefQuest will still encrypt your data, there are a few concerning features of the malware researchers have uncovered.
Survey results show close on 40 percent of respondents want the CEO to be held liable for a ransomware attack.
Customers may have issues accessing some Tracker services but the company says it is still oeprational.
WannaCry continues to be the most popular ransomware in the wild.