The move by worldwide online payments system PayPal to allow customers to hold bitcoin and other virtual currencies in their online wallets will end up making more than a few cyber criminals richer, a senior technologist has claimed.
The confidence of IT managers and approach to battling cyberattacks is vastly different between those who’ve been impacted by ransomware and those who have not, survey shows
New Ryuk ransomware techniques underscore how fast attackers switch gears
IT professionals at companies that have been hit by ransomware are nearly thrice as likely (17%) to feel they are "significantly behind" in understanding online threats in comparison to staff at organisations which have not suffered such attacks (6%), a global survey claims.
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