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Zoom is a victim of its own success, not a dangerous product

Zoom’s meteoric rise in popularity following lockdowns due to COVID-19 is well-documented. From an average of 10 million daily users in January and February 2020, the platform hit more than 300 million per day in April. Governments around the world, corporations in all sectors, educational institutions – from primary to university – and more, have […]

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Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Weekly – 27 April 2020

COVID-19 cybersecurity update In the face of the continuing coronavirus pandemic, individual cybercriminals and groups have re-geared their operations to use coronavirus lures. Recent research revealed a 148 per cent month-on-month increase in ransomware attacks from February to March, alongside a spike in attacks on financial institutions. Over a dozen state-sponsored threat groups have been

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Global and Cybersecurity Weekly – 20 April 2020

COVID-19 Cybersecurity Update The government of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), a province in western Germany, has reportedly lost between €31.5 million up to €100 million in emergency aid following a COVID-19 phishing campaign. The threat actors behind the campaign created fake copies of the official website used to distribute COVID-19 financial aid by the NRW Ministry

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Cyjax Geopolitical Podcast – March 2020 – The Blog

Check out the podcast on our YouTube channel here. This month’s vlog and podcast are dominated by coronavirus (COVID-19). Many countries in the world have gone into lockdown; stock markets across the globe have tumbled, with the economic effects expected to be devastating even in the face of massive government relief packages; and there is

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