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Netskope protects sensitive data held in a range of locations, namely Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google’s Cloud platform.
Gaining a complete view of what data is stored in the cloud, who is using it and where it is being accessed can be vital in uncovering the presence of malicious actors.
Security experts have warned that criminals are using people’s fears over the coronavirus crisis to target victims online. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said “opportunistic” cyber criminals are using the deadly outbreak to launch online attacks. Clicking on to the links on bogus emails which say they have important updates has led to devices being infected.
A U.S. district court has provided Microsoft with a court order allowing the company to seize control of 50 domains operated by Thallium, a cybercrime ring believed to be of North Korean origin. By taking control of the domains, Microsoft will be able to suspend ‘spear phishing’ activities conducted on these websites.
Microsoft investigators have been tracking Thallium’s criminal activities, as they used their online network to target victims and compromise online accounts, infect computers with malicious code, and steal sensitive data.
A surge in cyber crime included a number of high profile victims including British Airways and Dixons Carphone The number of cyber attacks against businesses surged last year, with more than 60 percent of companies reporting at least one attack in 2018, according to a new survey. Around 61 percent of businesses reported one or… Read More