Insecure Internet-connected devices have aided different types of cybercrime for years, most common being DDoS and spam campaigns. But cybercriminals have now shifted toward a profitable scheme where botnets do not just launch DDoS or spam—they mine cryptocurrencies as well.
In this article we'll discuss how to increase your ecommerce website speed and conversions. It's important to understand what elements influence the purchase decision so you can efficiently optimize your ecommerce website and boost conversion rates, and ultimately, sales.
Financial organizations increasingly turn to online portals, social media, and mobile apps to better engage with customers. However, the same digital platforms' low cost and low barrier to entry make it easier for cybercriminals to exploit them and target a larger pool of financial victims.
Enterprises are moving to cloud-based environments at an ever-increasing pace. Cloud infrastructure offers many benefits, and it enables organizations different options and possible set-ups (public cloud, hybrid cloud etc.).
VMware and Carbon Black announced that the companies have entered into a definitive agreement by which VMware will acquire Carbon Black in an all cash transaction for $26 per share, representing an enterprise value of $2.1 billion.
August 19, 2019 Published in: United States, Platform as a service, Software as a service, Business, Cloud Computing, Content delivery network, Cybersecurity, Google, internet, News , Author: Vedran Bozicevic
CloudBees, the enterprise DevOps leader powering the continuous economy, and Google Cloud, announced that the two companies are collaborating to deliver a modern DevOps platform based on open source technologies powered by Google Cloud’s Anthos.
Cloud services account for 85% of all enterprise web traffic, signaling a need for enterprises to adopt a holistic approach to securing the cloud and web, a Netskope Cloud Report reveals.
An open source user computer environment (UCE) for the Amazon Cloud, called Galahad, has been launched by the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).
July 19, 2019 Published in: Ransomware (malware), Business, Cloud Computing, Content delivery network, Cyber-attack, Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, Denial-of-service attack, News , Author: Vedran Bozicevic
The BitPaymer ransomware operators now are creating new variants of the malware hours before deploying it on a target network - making detection much more difficult.
IT managers are inundated with cyberattacks coming from all directions and are struggling to keep up due to a lack of security expertise, budget and up to date technology, according to Sophos.