The system admins’ favorite antivirus program Malwarebytes has released the State of Malware Report covering the first quarter of 2019, highlighting the state of malware globally. The highlight of the report is the visible decreasing frequency of global ransomware infections, from 12 million incidents recorded in the first quarter of 2018 to just 4 million
A cyberattack can paralyze critical infrastructure and businesses and create negative pressure. In other cases, this can lead to litigation between you and your company. These and other factors, can seriously harm a company and force many of them to pay for data recovery and computer security services to repair the damage. However, many companies
Multinational and large enterprises have no trouble with beefing-up their cybersecurity defense as those organizations have deep pockets, and a bad incident of a cyber attack can overnight cripple their business and their brands. Unfortunately, in the global scale, it is the SME’s (Small and Medium Enterprises) that employs the majority of the working population.
There is a sea change that’s visible in enterprise search trends in recent times. AI (Artificial Intelligence), just as it has impacted other areas of the enterprise work environment (in addition to impacting our individual lives in a notable manner), has influenced this area as well. Consumer internet search is now becoming more personalized and
Every organization today needs to develop a data culture, one that would pervade the whole of the organization and touch every single member within the organizational set-up. This is because we are living in a world where organizations are basically data-driven. Hence there is an absolute need to develop a data culture, with focus on
The new year has begun; here comes another New Year Special from The Threat Report. Today, we take a look at how mid-tier enterprises can protect themselves from all kinds of cyberattacks- known as well as unknown ones. 2018 saw mid-tier enterprises facing lots of cybersecurity challenges, with hackers seeking to exploit all kinds of
According to a recent study, about 72% of all Chief Information Officers (CIOs) believe corporate extortion is the number one security threat facing organizations today. This is the result of a survey conducted by Logicalis Ireland, an IT solutions firm, which covered 890 CIOs from 23 countries in the world. CIOs are very aware of