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Governments around the world are concerned about growing risks of cyberattacks against their critical infrastructure. Recently, the cybersecurity agencies of the countries comprising the ‘Five Eyes’ alliance warned of a possible rise in such attacks “as a response to the unprecedented economic costs imposed on Russia” following the country’s invasion of Ukraine. The advisory noted […]

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Lately, I’ve started wondering if the biggest risk concerning cyberattacks is that we’re becoming desensitized to them. After all, businesses experience a ransomware attack every 11 seconds—the majority of which the public never hears about. Faced with this reality, it may seem like your efforts to safeguard the enterprise are futile. But that’s all the […]

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Zero-click attack definition Zero-click attacks, unlike most cyberattacks, don’t require any interaction from the users they target, such as clicking on a link, enabling macros, or launching an executable. They are sophisticated, often used in cyberespionage campaigns, and tend to leave very few traces behind—which makes them dangerous. Once a device is compromised, an attacker […]

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