Global cybercrime threats in 2024, and what to look out for

May 10, 2024By Brett RoweCyber Security, Data security, IT security weak links, Network Access Control, Phishing, Ransomware, Technology

As technology continues to evolve, cybercrime is also growing at pace. Attackers are employing ever-more sophisticated tactics to target individuals, businesses and critical infrastructure. As of May 2024, it was reported that there were 35,900,145,035 known data breaches so far this year in 9,478 publicly disclosed incidents

PoS Malware & RAM Scraping: A Retailer’s Nightmare

March 17, 2023By Brett RoweCyber Security, Technology

Retail PoS (point of sale) systems are responsible for processing customers’ payments and are able to scan credit cards so that customers don’t have to pay with cash. As a society, we generally carry far less cash today, relying more on debit or credit cards as a convenient, fast and ostensibly secure form of payment.

9 Major Types of Malware Payload (Quick Guide)

November 29, 2022By Andrew RadfordTechnology

In the post-Covid era of mobile computing, an increasing number of different types of malware are being used by cybercriminal gangs. Even after offices reopened their doors, remote workforces are still expanding, creating more endpoints on every network. More users and endpoints mean more opportunities for hackers to deploy their malware. What’s more, attack types … Read More