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Tag: Malware

Webroot reveals 2020’s nastiest malware

Webroot has released its annual list of ‘Nastiest Malware’, revealing phishing, botnet attacks and ransomware as 2020’s most vicious cybersecurity threats.

How do I know if I’ve been hacked?

Cyber criminals are skilled at what they do and can often infiltrate your system without a trace. Jake Madders and Jon Lucas, directors of Hyve Managed Hosting, reveal how to spot an intruder on your system and work out if you’ve been

2020 Webroot Threat Report: phishing attempts grew by 640% in 2019

The 2020 Webroot Threat Report, commissioned by OpenText, estimates that there was a 640% increase in phishing attempts and a 125% increase in malware targeting Windows 7 in 2019. The report is derived from metrics captured and analyzed by Webroot’s, cloud-based machine

Cyber-attacks up by over 140% in 2018

According to a new report from eSentire, cyber-attacks were (and still are) on the rise. Although it would appear that UK employees are actually better at preventing phishing and malware incidents than the rest of the world. Kudos UK.

The employees most likely to suffer a cyber-attack

Reboot Digital Marketing Agency  has analysed the latest findings from ProofPoint’s ‘Protecting the People: A quarterly analysis of highly targeted cyber attacks’ report, to gain a better understanding of who is most at risk of cyber-attack globally. 

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