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According to Malwarebytes, the rushed response to COVID-19 in the business arena has created massive gaps in cybersecurity -- and security incidents have increased as a result.
A data breach can be immobilizing, especially for small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs). Malwarebytes CPO Akshay Bhargava explores how to protect small businesses from today's cybersecurity threats.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted cyberattackers posing as the SBA in three other email scams, one of which involved a similar malicious URL.
“Over the last two years, we’ve seen case after case of vulnerable corporate networks, and the rise of malware designed for the intentional infection of business networks,” says Adam Kujawa, a director at security firm Malwarebytes Labs.
Malwarebytes' Chief People Officer, Camellia Ngo explores how to build and maintain a great company culture, whether working remote, or in your offices.
Malwarebytes CPO Akshay Bhargava explores how small-to-medium sized businesses can arm themselves against today's cyberthreats.
Clicking the file from this impersonator, however, downloaded a hidden installer to your computer that let cybercriminals have access to your data lifted from your keystrokes. The email phishing campaign is one of several coronavirus-related scams detailed recently by security firm Malwarebytes.
Digital skimmers—malicious code that hackers inject into legitimate websites to grab payment data—already posed a potential risk to online shoppers long before the Covid-19 crisis, but they are ramping up in the wake of the virus to prey on victims who are increasing online shopping.
David Ruiz, an online privacy advocate comments on the dangers of stalkerware in this E&T article.
Malwarebytes exposes threat actors taking advantage of Coronavirus fears in a golden opportunity for threat actors to capitalize on fear, spread misinformation, and generate mass hysteria.