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It is hard to believe that a year has gone since our last article on financial attacks and our predictions for 2020. It has been a tough one, but first things first. Let us review the forecasts we made at the end of 2019 and see how accurate we were. Then we will go through […]

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Cybercriminals are recognizing that the data that automotive companies have to offer – from customer and employee personal identifiable information (PII) to financial data – is invaluable. Recently, one attacker installed a keystroke logger on the workstation of a car dealership’s finance specialist, to obtain their credentials and access customer credit reports. Another launched a […]

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It’s a story we’re sadly all too familiar with. A company, in this case Italian liquor company Campari, is attacked by ransomware, planted by hackers who have compromised the firm’s network. Its files and devices are encrypted – locking the business out of its data, but not before the sensitive information has been exfiltrated by […]

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