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Cyber Incident Trends Report (NCSC)

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October 2018 to April 2019

Cybersecurity Incident Trends Report
Cyber Incident Trends Report – NCSC UK

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) recently released its cyber incident trends report for the period between October 2018 and April 2019. The report covers five main cyber attack trends seen in the UK – (1) attacks on Office 365 deployments (and cloud services in general), (2) ransomware, (3) phishing, (4) vulnerability scanning, and (5) supply-chain attacks. “All the incident types noted have resulted in compromises within the UK, some significant in nature,” it says. 

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Cyber Attack Trends 2019 – Check Point Research

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Cyber Attack Trends 2019

Check Point Research released its 2019 mid-year report on Cyber Attack Trends last month. The report puts targeted ransomware attacks at the top of its list of dominant ongoing trends in 2019. Cryptomining attacks, on the other hand, have declined considerably over the past year, with only 21 percent organizations affected by cryptominers’ attacks this year, compared to 42 percent in 2018. 

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A few tips to find out if that suspicious-seeming email you received is really malicious

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We all receive malicious or spammy emails from time to time, and while most are easy to tell apart from legitimate mail, there are some that require greater attention to detect. An Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE), more commonly known as spam, may be an irritant, but it is not a threat to you. Malicious emails, on the other hand, are intended to swindle or steal, and are far more dangerous.

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