The reported ransomware attack last week on Malaysian media company, Media Prima, serves to remind CTOs, especially those of large companies, to ensure they have robust cyber protection in place.
As with any rapidly adopted trend, there is always the risk of agents who apply their own malicious agenda for personal gains.
Small- to mid-sized businesses which are not properly protected against malware are more at risk than ever before.
McAfee, CSIS study finds ease of cyber-crime growing as actors leverage on black markets, digital currencies.
McAfee Labs 2018 Threats Predictions Report warns: AI will be used by attackers, ransomware will be more complex, serverless apps will be a vulnerability, and privacy will be an issue.
Attackers will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to launch even more potent attacks.
Only 78% have a team in their organisations dedicated to IT security.
Data protection and maintaining business continuity are some reasons why this company thinks you need its services.
An average of 12.9% of computers running on Microsoft real-time security products in Malaysia reported a malware encounter in Q1 2017.
Both the law and defence will have to evolve over time to more sophisticated cyberattacks which occur with greater frequency.