Since May 2017, malware and ransomware attacks have been on the minds of business leaders across the planet. Although most of us have enhanced our cybersecurity protocols, the war on ransomware is far from over.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect within the European Union (EU) on May 25th of this year. This event got enterprises across Europe and beyond scrambling to stay compliant while going about their business as usual.
In recent years, the popularity of open source frameworks and publicly released proof of concept techniques have contributed to the rise of cyber attacks. For example, Magento, a popular cloud-based e-commerce platform with an open-source ecosystem recently had almost a 1,000 compromised CMS admin panels.
Whether you’re a multinational corporation, a startup, or a small business, no one in the digital age is safe from a cyber attack. This makes it important for everyone to practice extreme vigilance against (sophisticated) spoofing attacks.
In the age of data breaches and ransomware attacks, enterprises must take steps to actively respond to rapidly evolving cybersecurity threats. However, this is not something that’s going to be easy to achieve.