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A quarter (25 per cent) of pension schemes admit to not having an adequate cybercrime breach plan, despite trustees acknowledging it as a top threat, according to Crowe.
From impersonating a top executive to opening money-laundering bank accounts, deepfake fraud is becoming a growing problem and poses new challenges
South Korean intelligence pins a recent attack on Pfizer, targeting information on coronavirus vaccines, on its neighbour
The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on the prevalence of certain vulnerabilities in the wild, according to a report
Undisclosed number of arrests made in Ukraine after investigators tracked bitcoin ransom payments
Theories that the cyber attack on a high-profile gaming studio was orchestrated by players who are disappointed in a videogame are likely wide of the mark, according to analysis
The former head of the NCSC recently called for a dialogue over whether or not it is time to ban insurers from covering ransomware payments. Is he on the right track?
Content disarm and reconstruction is a modern approach to removing malicious code from files, key to detecting and thwarting successful phishing and malware attacks.
The NHSmail email service saw a steady decline in suspected phishing emails during the course of 2020
A thwarted cyber attack in a Florida town that could have resulted in the poisoning of the water supply is a timely reminder of the vulnerability of critical services
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