As published in The Hacker News by Ravie Lakshmanan on April 6th, 2021. Researchers on Tuesday revealed details of a new banking trojan targeting corporate users in Brazil at least since 2019 across various sectors such as engineering, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, finance, transportation, and government.
Paula Álvarez of Deloitte details how growing cybersecurity threats have given rise to the possibility of insurance companies offering a greater variety of policies against this type of incidents. Read as originally published in Spanish on Deloitte.
Published as seen in ThreatPost and written by Tara Seals. A year after COVID-19 was officially determined to be a pandemic, the methods and tactics used by cybercriminals have drastically changed. COVID-19-related phishing emails, brute-force attacks on remote workers, and a focus on exploiting or
ESET details lessons taught by 2020 in a year where digital transformation and digitalization processes were key to keep the world spinning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find the original in Spanish at WeLiveSecurity.
As published by Anastasia Austin in Insight Crime on April 8th 2020. Written by Anastasia Austin – APRIL 8, 2020 Online scams, ransomware attacks and phishing email schemes have proliferated in Latin America amid the coronavirus pandemic, exposing the dangers hackers pose to people, banks
As originally published by isBuzznews. Expert(s): Check Point January 5, 2021 Check Point Research (CPR) reports a 45% increase in cyber-attacks on healthcare organizations worldwide in the last two months, making healthcare the most targeted industry by cyber criminals. · Increase (+45%) in global cyber-attacks
The advances made in the efficiency of hospital’s electronic systems to better store patients’ data have been crucial for the development of smarter hospitals. This also entails the new peril of cyberattacks. What are these cyber criminals waiting for? Find the full article in Spanish
As seen and originally published in PR Newswire. BioCatch Partnering With Seven Tier-One Latin American Banks, Highlighting Market Demand for Next Generation Digital Identity Solutions in the Region; Showcasing Leading Behavioral Biometrics Capability at the Annual CELAES Financial Services Security Conference NEWS PROVIDED BY BioCatch
Home Office and cybersecurity meet where enterprises implement different information security practices to keep their workers and data safe. Available in Spanish at El Universal.
Latin American countries with the most cyberattacks include Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, and Chile. Diazgranados -regular contributor at Kaspersky- goes in-depth regarding threats, main targets of cyberattacks and what tools are available to combat these issues to create a more secure digital environment. Originally