Author Archives: James Kelly

Small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly becoming targets of cybercriminals

Small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly becoming targets of cybercriminals because their cybersecurity measures aren’t as strong as the big companies. Often, SMB owners tend to think they are too small to be targeted, when in fact, their size and lack of cybersecurity measures make them an easy target for cybercriminals. This whitepaper focuses on […]

Emails containing malicious HTML attachments on the rise as 21% found and used for credential phishing.

Emails containing malicious HTML attachments on the rise as 21% found and used for credential phishing. #Cyonic #cybersecurity #phishinghttps://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/21-of-all-html-attachments-scanned-over-past-month-found-malicious-report-122070300382_1.html?&web_view=true

In 2020 alone, ransomware groups reportedly earned $692 million from their collective attacks, a 380% increase over the previous six years combined

In 2020 alone, ransomware groups reportedly earned $692 million from their collective attacks, a 380% increase over the previous six years combined #Cyonic #cybersecurityhttps://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/ransomware-industry-earns-692m-from-attacks/

CISA has re-added a security bug affecting Windows devices to its list of bugs exploited in the wild after removing it in May due to Active Directory (AD) certificate authentication issues caused by Microsoft’s May 2022 updates.

CISA has re-added a security bug affecting Windows devices to its list of bugs exploited in the wild after removing it in May due to Active Directory (AD) certificate authentication issues caused by Microsoft’s May 2022 updates. #Cyonic #cybersecurityhttps://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/cisa-orders-agencies-to-patch-windows-lsa-bug-exploited-in-the-wild/?&web_view=true