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What malware can do to your system: 5 things to watch out for

Malware, or “malicious software,” is any application that is meant to harm your device and data. Malware of various forms, such as trojans, viruses, ransomware, spyware, and worms, can be placed on your company’s systems. Every year, millions of people fall prey to a cyber threat, and you and your staff are no exception. Here are five examples of what malware may accomplish.

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Yes, you can win against phishing attacks.

Phishing attacks have become a global problem that is seemingly an unbreakable trend, with hackers acting like vultures that are increasingly becoming sophisticated in how they scam people and exploit their vulnerabilities. Thankfully, there is a way to win against it and be safe from the looming risk that it accompanies.

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9 reasons why a competitor analysis is important for your business

No matter how big or small your business is, it’s important to know who your biggest competitors are. It’s best to know how you are performing on the playing field full of market share hogs. With mompetitor analysis, it provides businesses edge as they can stay ahead of the marketing race by learning what your top competitors are doing online.

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Choosing a penetration testing vendor: Your complete checklist in Singapore

Because testing services are in such high demand, an increasing number of them are emerging, posing a new difficulty to organisations in deciding which service to hire. How can you find the best penetration testing vendor for your needs? This article provides for the most essential considerations in choosing a penetration testing vendor that is right for you.

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Ransomware Data Theft Tool may Show a Shift in Extortion Tactics

Ransomware Data Theft Tool may Show a Shift in Extortion Tactics Data exfiltration malware known as Exmatter and previously linked with the BlackMatter ransomware group is now being upgraded with data corruption functionality that may indicate a new tactic that ransomware affiliates might switch to in the future. The new

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New Hacking Group ‘Metador’ Lurking in ISP Networks for Months

New Hacking Group ‘Metador’ Lurking in ISP Networks for Months A previously unknown threat actor that researchers have named ‘Metador’ has been breaching telecommunications, internet services providers (ISPs), and universities for about two years. Metador targets organizations in the Middle East and Africa and their purpose appears to be long-term persistence

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