Leaked Exploits Have Fueled Cybercrime So Far in 2017, Says New Report

Leaked exploits and increased cybercrime-as-a-service offerings — along with the expanding digital footprints of organizations — helped to fuel cybercrime in the first half of 2017, according to a mid-year threat intelligence report from SurfWatch Labs. The global outbreaks of WannaCry and NotPetya have dominated headlines so far this year. Although vastly different from the record-setting,… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Million Dollar Extortion Payments and TheDarkOverlord Loses Credibility

Ransomware made headlines this past week due to several infections that disrupted business operations, as well as a million dollar extortion payment that was negotiated by South Korean web hosting firm Nayana after its servers were infected with Erebus Ransomware on June 10. Nayana said the payment was necessary to restore 150 servers and the… Read More