With Distance Learning as the New Norm Due to Coronavirus, What Happens Now if Schools Get Hit by Ransomware? Armor, a global cybersecurity software provider, has identified 17 new U.S. school districts and colleges comprised of 284 schools that have been hit by ransomware between Jan. 1–April 8, 2020. (see Appendix A for the list […]
Summary Like organized crime groups, cyber underground criminals, who typically sell drugs such as heroin, cocaine, methadone, and marijuana, are now profiting from the coronavirus pandemic. In the past week, these scammers have started selling Chloroquine, N95 masks, surgical masks for exorbitant prices, reported Armor, a global cybersecurity software provider. Armor’s discovery mirrors what European […]
For the second year in a row, Armor’s Threat Resistance Unit (TRU) research team has gone exploring. No, they haven’t been studying one of the seven wonders of the world, rather they have spent five months (from February 2019 to June of 2019) combing through twelve different underground hacker markets and forums (both English and […]
451 Research conducted a custom survey targeting 250 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to gain insight on any advancements these organizations have made toward improving their current cybersecurity posture. Get the full 451 Research report to see more keys findings from the survey, their continuing challenges, and the path many are taking to better position their organizations to contend with a dynamic and expanding cyber threat landscape.
2018 is a good year to be a cybercriminal globally, especially if you are selling stolen credit card and bank account data, according to recent research from leading cloud security solutions provider Armor. Armor’s security research team, the Threat Resistance Unit (TRU) did a deep dive into the Underground Cybercriminal Markets in Q4 2017 and […]