We get more information on last week Friday’s Kaseya ransomware attack, as a gang comes forward and demands have been made.
Sophos’ Rapid Response team has compiled a list of the top 10 misconceptions when it comes to cybersecurity, along with dispelling them.
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.
The cybersecurity firm says that a small subset of its users had their data exposed but added, “We quickly fixed the issue”.
Ransomware attackers are seemingly picking their targets more carefully and South Africa doesn’t seem to be a target worth considering.
Social media users claim Houseparty is the reason their personal accounts are being compromised but have no evidence to back that up.
The email makes use of the official WHO logo to lure unsuspecting victims.
The Sophos Managed Service Provider program has introduced several improvements for partners.
On-Premise Security is aimed sqaurely at those SMEs wanting to keep costs down.
The latest report shows that South African IT teams struggle with skills, budget and up-to-date technology.
Our readers reveal their top picks for home cybersecurity solutions.
[Press Release] Sophos Boosts Server Protection Products with Next-Gen Anti-Ransomware CryptoGuard Technology
ophos (LSE: SOPH), a global leader in network and endpoint security, today announced, that its next-generation anti-ransomware CryptoGuard technology is now available with its Sophos Server Protection products. With this optimization, Sophos Server Protection now has signature-less detection capabilities to combat ransomware – similar to Sophos Intercept X for endpoints. In September 2016, Sophos launched […]