Phishing attacks in Microsoft Office 365 are on the rise and the malware is morphing into more sophisticated, dangerous and active documents that utilize content, media, and URL links to further weaponize files.
Last week, ride-sharing company Uber became the latest high profile corporation to disclose that they were victims of a massive hacking. They're now part of an embarrassing list of name brand companies like HBO, Yahoo, and Experian who were victims of breaches this year.
As I'm sure you've seen, WannaCrypt Ransomware is making headlines everywhere. Numbers are still rising from the number of businesses and countries that have been directly impacted by this, and the security community is anticipating further attacks that are much harder to stop this coming week.
It goes to show that hackers are always on the hunt, could your business be the next victim?
Last month, the Los Angeles Community College District announced that Los Angeles Valley College had been victimized in a ransomware attack to the tune of $28,000 in bitcoins.