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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) themed malware attacks are now common. The subject matter automatically contains at least two of the primary social engineering triggers, fear and urgency, making it an obvious lure for use by criminals. Even a long-standing China-based APT has begun to use the threat in a new spear-phishing campaign. Researchers from Check Point Research […]

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Cyber threats like targeted ransomware, mobile malware and sophisticated phishing attacks will escalate in 2020, researchers warn. However, defenses like artificial intelligence (AI), cyber insurance and faster security response will also increase, helping defend companies against imminent threats, according to new predictions by Check Point Software. Check Point outlined “key security and related trends” it […]

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With Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un exchanging handshakes and smiles at the Singapore security summit earlier this month, you may have been fooled into thinking that all was cordial between the United States and North Korea. Look under the surface, however, and things may be rather different. For instance, just days after the two […]

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