Cybersecurity expense

Cybersecurity expense: constant growth

Hackers force companies. Their cybersecurity expense grows constantly. Recent hacks highlighted the weaknesses of cybersecurity measures in many companies. Starting from this, as a lot of recent reviews show, companies started thinking about their own cybersecurity tools. The result is obvious. The amount invested in cybersecurity grows along with their concerns of other attacks (look

Italian hack

Italian hack: Swascan explains the new Cybersec event

Italian hack To sum the Italian hack up: Too much money wasted from Italian foreign ministry. That’s why we hacked you! Farnesina’s data, from expense ( not CyberSecurity expense ) accounts to consultations, have been targeted by hackers. Who did that? Anonymous Italia on cyberguerrilla.org claims the attack. They state: “foreign ministry: you’ve been hacked”

Mobile ransomware

Cybersecurity: mobile ransomware, a new treath

Mobile ransomware It’s becoming easier and easier to understand cybersecurity’s importance (as you can see from the CyberSecurity expense growth), as two weeks ago WannaCry hack demonstrated. Hacks’ data are alarming and an emblematic example is the Italian hack. Mobile ransomware attacks, just in the first 2017 quarter, increased by 253% according to a recent Kaspersky Lab