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Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, working from home used to be a novelty for many employees. According to a June 2020 IBM Security and Morning Consult “Work From Home Survey,” 80% of respondents say they worked from home either rarely or not at all prior to the pandemic. In-office work allowed employers and information technology […]

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We’ve reached the half-year mark and online scammers are still taking advantage of the uncertainties brought on by the pandemic. Cyber-attacks targeting both consumers and business surged worldwide, and the trend shows no sign of stopping any time soon. In recent months, coronavirus-related attacks spiked, and email has remained the prime vector of choice for […]

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Threat actors linked to North Korea have been known to launch — in addition to espionage and destructive campaigns — financially-motivated attacks, including against cryptocurrency exchanges and banks. These profit-driven attacks are believed to have helped Pyongyang raise significant amounts of money. Sansec believes North Korean hackers, tracked by many as Lazarus and Hidden Cobra, […]

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