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This week: Another week, another city held for ransom — Johannesburg under attack by hackers demanding 4 bitcoins. Raccoon, a new easy-to-use trojan malware is gaining traction among the dark web. Who is held responsible for ransomware attacks? Of course the hackers, but what about the software companies who released a flaw? — plus much more.
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An easy-to-use trojan malware, Raccoon, is gaining traction among cybercriminals. Once it is up and running on a target machine, Raccoon can take screenshots, steal system information, steal information from browsers such as login information and bank details, as well as monitor emails and steal from cryptocurrency wallets. See what havoc Raccoon is causing.
“The pre-cloud era allowed for a lot of untidiness and shortcuts because the risk of these things affecting the business in a drastic way was smaller.” Now the risks have increased with the cloud. Organizations must evolve with the times to prevent data exposure and system breaches. Learn more.
Many businesses adopt the incorrect (and unsafe) assumption that anything contained within their own network is trustworthy. The truth is that security threats can arise quickly from within, and with more intelligence than ever before.
Find out how Zero Trust can help organizations stay secure.