Lately, it’s been a rough ride for security: a vicious cycle of data breaches, ransomware raking in billions, IoT botnets being made available to everyone, and more zero-days than you can shake a stick at.
All of us, in one way or another, have been or are still exposed to threats from cybercriminals looking to make a quick buck.
Hackers have stolen millions from various enterprises in an attack using a variation of the Dyre Wolf Malware plus some Social Engineering tactics. These attackers have come up with a sophisticated method that consists of spear phishing, malware and DDOS attacks during this crime.
With the rise of smartphone usage globally, so are the number of hackers growing who find ways to penetrate and gain access to confidential information stored into these mobile devices. Bank accounts, photos, and passwords, to name a few, are easily accessible once the malware has infiltrated the mobile device.