Kaspersky: 9 Of 10 Orgs Previously Hit With Ransomware Would Pay If Targeted Again

Kaspersky has released a new report, “How business executives perceive the ransomware threat” showing that in 88% of organizations around the world that were previously attacked by ransomware, business leaders would choose to pay a ransom if faced with another attack. Across organizations that have yet to be victimized, only 67% would be willing to pay, […]

Google & Other RTB Companies Behind ‘Biggest Data Breach Ever Recorded’

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) is reporting on the scale of Real-Time Bidding data broadcasts in the U.S. and Europe.    Key insights  RTB is the biggest data breach ever recorded. It tracks and shares what people view online and their real-world location 294 billion times in the U.S. and 197 billion times […]

New ‘NIS2’ Cybersecurity Standards – Expert Comment

Following the news that Europe has moved closer toward new cybersecurity standards and reporting rules following a provisional network and information systems agreement dubbed NIS2 by the European Council and Parliament, please find comments below from Saket Modi, who highlights that the new regulations are a step in the right direction, but more needs to […]