Email attacks are having a major impact on businesses around the world and impacting the personal lives of IT security professionals, with a new study finding that phishing and ransomware attacks are the most significant concern for the IT professionals.
Phishing is seen by more than nearly half (44%) of Australian businesses as the biggest security threats they face, with ransomware, password and business email compromise continuing to beset organisations, according to a newly published survey.
A cryptojacking campaign, dubbed Beapy, which is primarily affecting enterprises in China, has been revealed by one security firm which has cautioned that the campaign “acts as a warning” to Australian enterprises to implement measures to guard against the threat.
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