Cybersecurity impact of the Russian-Ukraine conflict

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Cybersecurity impact of the Russian-Ukraine conflict The escalating Russian-Ukraine conflict has led to a significant global increase in cyberattacks. Forty-eight hours after the conflict started, US cybersecurity agencies reported an 800% increase in cybercrime. Moreover, a few months on, Russia is likely to launch large-scale cyberattacks against the West in response to accusations of war…

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OWASP Top 10 2021: Control Access, Encrypt Everything and Be Afraid of Design Flaws

OWASP released a new top 10. What does it mean for your application security? OWASP Foundation, the most authoritative organization in web-application security, released a new Top 10 of the current threats. The changes are significant and really impressive, sharply illustrating that since the COVID-19 outbreak the cyberspace has become an even more dangerous place,…

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Q3 Cyberattacks and Trends: Social Engineering Takes the Upper Hand

COVID-19 strikes almost everything in the world, and the cybersecurity field is not an exclusion. Observing the Q3 events and incidents makes obvious the fact that Coronavirus has cardinally changed the world’s cybersecurity landscape and these changes look irreversible for the nearest future. More of that, these new trends seem to be able to distinguish…

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Macbooks under Attack: New Malware Steals, Spies and Extorts Ransom

Do you think your Mac laptop is bulletproof for malware? Unfortunately, many Mac owners believe in this delusion. Throughout much less malware exists for Mac than for Windows, Apple production can be vulnerable too. Recent research has found a new kind of ransomware especially created to attack Mac computers. Actually, it’s much more dangerous than…

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