Woburn, MA, Sept. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Committed to greater transparency, Kaspersky has publicly shared information on requests received from government and law enforcement agencies, and users for data and technical expertise in 2020 and H1 2021.
According to the data presented by the Atlas VPN team, social engineering cyberattacks were the primary cause of company breaches in 2020 at 14%, followed by advanced persistent threats (10%), unpatched systems (9%), and ransomware (9%).
According to the data presented by the Atlas VPN team, ransomware attacks are up 151% in the first half of 2021, compared to the same time in 2020. The United States is the most ransomware-threatened country by a significant margin.
The Atlas VPN research team compiled the most significant 2021 H1 cybercrime statistics to provide a precise view of the current cyber-threat landscape.
Virtual network service provider Atlas VPN has launched a new feature called Tracker Blocker to give its users even more control over their online privacy. The latest feature aims to stop data brokers from using third-party trackers to gather insights about users’ online activities.
Internet crime has been steadily increasing over the years as more people use the internet and hackers find new ways to attack vulnerable systems.
‘91 percent of hospital administrators considered the security of data as a top focus last year, 62% feel inadequately trained and/or unprepared to mitigate cyber risks’ that could impact their healthcare organisation/hospital’, reports Abbott.
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Cybercriminals in America are getting richer. According to the Atlas VPN team’s analysis, Americans are estimated to lose $5.6 billion to internet crime by the end of 2021.
There is a common misconception that older people, who tend to have less experience with new technologies, are easier to scam online. However, recent data findings suggest that just the opposite is true.