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December 17, 2021

Best cloud antivirus of 2021

TechRadar lists Malwarebytes as the top cloud antivirus solution of 2021.

October 22, 2021

New Regulation Won’t Plug the Nation’s Cybersecurity Leaks

CEO Marcin Kleczynski shares his thoughts on what's missing in the latest cyber legislation with Barron's.

October 12, 2021

C-suite career advice: Barry Mainz, Malwarebytes

Barry Mainz, Malwarebytes COO, speaks with IDG Connect about career advice for aspiring C-suite executives.

September 28, 2021

Legends of Sales & Marketing: Barry Mainz, COO of Malwarebytes, on Driving Value

Malwarebytes COO Barry Mainz speaks about hiring the right team, how he achieved success in his career and the roles that brought him to Malwarebytes.

June 30, 2021

Hackers Attacking Companies Through Employee Online Activities

Newsweek cites Malwarebytes' Enduring from Home report that showed twenty percent of U.S. companies reported a security breach tied to a remote worker.

June 23, 2021

Mitiga raises $25M to mitigate cloud cyberattacks

VentureBeat cites Malwarebytes report that remote workers have caused security breaches in 20% of organizations.

June 15, 2021

Apple Says It’s Time to Digitize Your ID, Ready or Not

Thomas Reed, a Mac security specialist at the antivirus firm Malwarebytes talks to WIRED about the dangers of digital IDs.

June 3, 2021

Webcam Covers, Antivirus Software and 6 More Tools to Reduce Your Risk of Hacking

RollingStone recommends Malwarebytes for antivirus protection

May 27, 2021

Apple Says Malware Is A Problem On Macs. So How Bad Is It?

For evidence, take a look at the 2021 State of Malware, this year’s release of an annual report produced by Malwarebytes, which makes security software for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Chrome OS. The data was collected during 2020, and while it shows a 37% dip in the prevalence of Mac malware compared to the previous year – in which the pace of Mac malware outran that of Windows – the worst category of malware jumped by 61% in 2020. 

May 16, 2021

Axa’s Asian operations hit in ransomware attack

According to cybersecurity experts at Malwarebytes, the FBI last week issued a warning that an unnamed group was using Avaddon to escalate attacks against US and foreign private sector companies, manufacturing groups and healthcare agencies.

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