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Kunal Pande, partner – IT advisory of KPMG illustrates how risks in the new age of robotics and AI need to be mitigated by enterprises.
Ransomware attackers are motivated entirely by money, and they go after your high-value data.Here’s how one common type of Ransomware exploit happens, and what can be done to stop it.
“WannaCry” is initiated through an SMBv2 remote code execution in Microsoft Windows. It can be blocked by installing patch provided by Microsoft.
As the world continued to tackle the ransomware “Wannacry,” an Indian tech-food company, Zomato was breached. Tune into this week's CSO Alert to know more about these breaches and other stories.
Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, Senior Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Matt Suiche, Comae Technologies explains about the ‘wannacry’ ransomware attack stages and kill switches.
WannaCry ransomware stuck the world last week and left many CISOs in deep distress. Tune in for a special segment to more about it. This week's edition also focuses on Facebook and HP's issues with privacy.
Crypto-ransomware called WannaCry - one of the biggest ransomware outbreaks in history, exploded across the globe on Friday. F-Secure endpoint products proactively prevent all in-the-wild examples of the WannaCry ransomware.
Indian enterprises are waking up to a new era of cyberattacks as WannaCry spreads its wings.
Microsoft's patches for 55 vulnerabilities, alarming android report, and new IoT malware mark this week's edition of CSO Alert.
Here's the weekly update of all things important from the world of cybersecurity.
Learn how cybercriminals can turn unsecured home routers into bots and how you can defend your homes and businesses against attacks.
Paying a ransom to cyber criminals to unlock your files only encourages them to do it more, experts say. But many victims haven’t left themselves any choice – which is what is fueling ransomware’s explosive growth
Why do attackers target industrial control systems ? Learn the different motives for targetting enterprises.
If security executives thought they had a lot to handle with the growth of mobile devices and the expanding digital enterprise, the emergence of connected products, corporate assets, vehicles and other “things” is taking security coverage to a whole new level.