Cybersecurity and threat news for Europe, the Middle East & Africa
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Attacks on IoT devices booming, research finds
“As people become more and more surrounded by smart devices, we are witnessing how IoT attacks are intensifying."
Organisations spending more as cyberattacks increase
"Despite our remote location, Australia has not escaped the impact of some major global ransomware attacks in the last 12 months, with many businesses falling victim."
Cybercrime tools and services becoming increasingly democratised
Findings from Check Point's new report reveal a concerning trend as cybercrime grows increasingly well-managed and accessible.
Cybersecurity guidance for board members: how to tell if your organisation is a breach target
Cybersecurity is no longer just an IT issue, leadership from the board has never been higher or a more pressing priority.
Cyberattacks imminent for Western businesses due to Trump’s actions
A report has predicted because of Trump, "Iran is likely to respond by launching cyberattacks on Western businesses within months, if not faster."
Winter Olympics hacked: Was it just disruptive or something more sinister?
The Winter Olympics recently fell victim to a cyberattack which seemed to be just a disruption, but this expert says there could be more behind it.
Munich Airport launches dedicated IT security hub to fight cybercrime
After being the victim of cyberattacks every single day, Munich Airport has opened its exclusive Information Security Hub to fight back.
80% increase in cyberattacks: “Ultimately it is a race against time”
With the news that the UK faces more than 10 significant cyberattacks every week, Skybox says the "slow and steady tactic just won't work anymore."
Hacker steals US$440K in 'easily avoidable' digital currency breach
A hacker hijacked Black Wallet to steal around $440,000 from Bitcoin rival Stellar Lumen - High Tech Bridge's CEO says it was simple to prevent.
Cybersecurity experts opine on confession it’s not if but when UK is attacked
Ciaran Martin says the UK has been ‘fortunate’ to avoid an attack that could cause devastating disruption to elections or critical infrastructure.
Whitepaper: What is cybercrime doing closer to home?
This new report from Frost & Sullivan delves into APAC's cybersecurity maturity and includes a country breakdown and advice moving forward.
Holiday alert: Cyberattacks can rise over 20 per cent starting now
As we approach the holidays organisations need to be on the lookout for cyber attacks if history offers an indication of what's to come.
Police say everyone in UK has been hacked – Expert says not quite
UK's Police representatives have revealed virtually everyone in the country has been hacked, however, High-Tech Bridge's CEO disagrees.
Research finds UK’s top organisations leaving doors open to cybercrime
It's crucial that other organisations don’t follow suit by ensuring their digital attack surface is constantly monitored, kept under control & secure.
60% of enterprises confirm global attacks have affected cyber protection choices
Results from a recent survey of security executive from across 11 EMEA countries have been released, revealing the effects of attacks like WannaCry.