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As every infosec expert knows, cybercriminals just love holidays. Trusting users can expect sales scams and phishing under the guise of gifts and congratulations, while organizations can look forward to DDoS attacks on their servers (like the ones Xbox and PlayStation services experienced) or, worse, network intrusions (talking about you, BBC). For network attackers, Christmas […]

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Like any other people, many believe that hackers try to take a break and work less during the festive season. However, this is not the case. In fact, cybercriminals end up doing extra hours during the holidays as they know that companies and individuals often let their guard down around this time. Attacks are more […]

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Over the past years, it has become clear that cybercriminals often plan major cyber-assaults for the time when employees are out of office, namely weekends or holidays such as Independence Day, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. “Recent history tells us that this could be a time when these persistent cyber actors halfway across the world […]

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