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A black cat on the prowl: new ransomware making its rounds globally

Attacking the Active Directory and human-operated, the double-extortion ransomware group has already been spotted in the Philippines. A new sophisticated ransomware campaign is on the rise, claiming victims in the US, Europe and the Philippines. The ALPHV BlackCat ransomware is human-operated and command-line driven, which makes it hard for traditional detection tools to accurately alert on these …

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Banks urged to scrap use of SMS in the wake of rising scam cases

Rising SMS-related banking scams continue to expose a damaging weakness in Singapore’s cybersecurity infrastructure, one that remains challenging to pinpoint exactly where given the hyper-connectedness of our networks today. Banks, telcos, payment providers and government agencies all have some part to play in beefing up their own systems, experts said, calling for stronger cooperation within the …

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Top trends that will define the cybersecurity landscape in 2022

By Jeremy Ho, Vice President – APAC, Attivo Networks. Amidst the ongoing pandemic, the use of digital tools, automation and cloud computing have skyrocketed within APAC organisations. In 2022, as we move into the “new normal”, organisations will continue to face new challenges posed by the increasingly complex cybersecurity landscape. Organisations must thus prepare for …

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Tactics for tackling cyber threats in 2022

By Jeremy Ho, Vice President – APAC, Attivo Networks. 2021 looks to be the banner year of cybersecurity attacks as organisations continue their remote ways of working. Moving into 2022, organisations will face an ever-evolving, more complex cybersecurity landscape. By understanding what the future holds with relevance to cybersecurity threats, organisations can pave their way …

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CIO Academy Asia

Active Defence Cyber Security & The Threat Landscape

The frequency and sophistication of cyber-attacks are on the rise as more adversaries take an all-of-nation approach, while organisations are expected to fortify cyber defences on their own. This panel will discuss the latest approaches to active defence and how industry peers could join forces to combat the growing cyber-threat landscape. [Moderator] Andrew Milroy, Principal …

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The 2022 cybersecurity predictions bonanza

We will start seeing specific APIs (application program interfaces) attacked in order to compromise the supply chain, as threat actors innovate and leverage new tools to exploit vulnerabilities. This will lead to larger scale data breaches. The human element in cyberattacks, such as falling victim to social engineering or insider threats, will be amplified as …

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Cybersecurity Predictions for the Year Ahead

By Jeremy Ho, Vice President – APAC, Attivo Networks. 2021 looks to be the banner year of cybersecurity attacks as organisations continue their remote ways of working. As the COVID-19 pandemic forced organisations into accelerating their digital transformation efforts, automation and cloud computing adoption have rapidly increased with the uptake of digital tools in workplaces. Moving …

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