Black Friday will be a bumper year for hackers if retailers don’t watch their back.
The rapid move to home working is posing problems for CIOs who want to keep the network secure. This article looks at what must happen to protect the network and its data.
New research reveals that it’s not only online retailers ramping up for the holidays, bad bots are getting in on the action too.
Since the first half of 2018 we are seeing changes in how botnets operate, their applications and the motivations behind them.
Recently, Radware’s Threat Research Centre identified a hijacking campaign aimed at Brazilian Bank customers through their IoT devices, attempting to gain their bank credentials.
As botnets become scalable and persistent, organisations must ensure their security hygiene isn't being overlooked.
The potential and possible implications of artificial intelligence still remain unknown, so mankind must proceed cautiously.