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US Colonial Pipeline disrupted by ransomware attack, a Telstra service provider was infiltrated, scammers hacked and exploited Domain, hackers offer to help Irish health service recover from a cyberattack, Parliament House was targeted by 'brute force' cyberattack, and a hacker group threatened a Victorian high school.
Understanding cybercriminal archetypes can help us better anticipate the nature of future attacks, where threats are most likely to come from, and the motivations of the perpetrators.
Malicious actors have been coming up with new methods to coerce their ransomware victims to cooperate when faced with the harsh “to pay or not to pay” dilemma.
Smart devices have become commonplace in both our homes and workspaces, and while they offer a lot of convenience, they also offer hackers a way in.
As businesses realise the value of digital transformation, cybercriminals are rapidly adapting their phishing skills to cloud environments to snare unsuspecting victims.
Given how much we all depend on mobile apps in our day-to-day lives, it’s no surprise hackers are finding new ways to exploit and weaponise them.