As the G7 summit approaches, Japan has witnessed a surge in cyberattacks targeting companies and government offices. The increase in cyberattacks coincides with a two-day meeting of G7 ministers, where important digital issues, including AI governance and secure digital infrastructure, are being discussed. Cyberattacks in Japan Since March, Japan hasContinue Reading

Deepfake porn videos represent a significant threat to individuals and organizations worldwide. The role of artificial intelligence in creating these videos is significant, and the dangers of deepfake porn videos are significant. It is essential that individuals and organizations take steps to protect themselves from the risks associated with theseContinue Reading

Cybercrime has long been a male-dominated field, with men often being the perpetrators of hacking, phishing, and other illegal activities online. However, recent studies have shown that women are increasingly becoming involved in cybercrime, both as active participants and as victims. A report by cybersecurity firm TrendMicro found that whileContinue Reading

Open-source intelligence (OSINT) platforms like MISP and OpenCTI are designed to help organizations collect, analyze, and share threat intelligence data. These platforms offer a range of features and capabilities, but there are significant differences between them. In this article, we’ll explore the differences between MISP and OpenCTI, so you canContinue Reading

According to a recent study, 61 percent of Americans rely on free antivirus programs to protect their devices from malware and other online threats. While this may seem like a cost-effective solution, it can actually leave individuals vulnerable to cyber attacks. Free antivirus programs offer basic protection against viruses, butContinue Reading

Ransomware attacks are a growing threat to organizations around the world, with cybercriminals using increasingly sophisticated tactics to infiltrate computer systems and hold valuable data hostage. In the aftermath of an attack, businesses and organizations are often left with a difficult decision: should they pay the ransom demanded by theContinue Reading

Insider threats have always been a concern for organizations. Employees, contractors, or third-party vendors with authorized access to sensitive information can cause significant harm to an organization’s reputation and financial well-being. In today’s digital world, cloud computing has become a ubiquitous part of most organizations’ IT infrastructures, making it evenContinue Reading

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently issued an alert urging organizations to increase their vigilance in the wake of the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The alert warns that cyber threats from Russian state-sponsored actors are likely to increase and that organizations should take steps toContinue Reading

Recently, Check Point Research (CPR) discovered a malicious campaign targeting Armenian-based targets, including private companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and government entities. The campaign, dubbed “Operation Armenium,” involves a sophisticated multi-stage attack that employs various methods to evade detection. The first stage of the attack involves phishing emails that use socialContinue Reading