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Each year, cybersecurity companies publish a number of research reports focusing on different aspects of cybersecurity and breach trends. A big shout-out to Brittney Regalado of 10Fold Communications for sending over the below list of some of the most alarming statistics from 2019 reports, just in time for Halloween. Arkose […]

Scary Security Stats





On September 18, 2019, Trend Micro reported that they discovered a series of incidents where the credit card skimming attack Magecart was used to hit the booking websites of chain-brand hotels.  In their renowned Security Intelligence Blog they stated, “In early September, we found two hotel websites (from different hotel […]

Magecart Skimming Attack Targets Hotel Booking Websites


Having an employee download malware from a seemingly reputable website or fall prey to a well-crafted phishing campaign are pervasive threats for today’s employers.  More and more often it appears that the technical ability of the bad actor is keeping pace, or even outpacing, our ability to stand up effective […]

How to Safely Browse the Internet Without Worrying About Downloading ...




Arkose Labs analyzed over 1.2 billion transactions across the financial services, e-commerce, travel, social media, gaming and entertainment industries, highlighting key trends Social media sites have become lucrative targets for criminals looking for quick monetization. To gain some additional insights into this phenomenon, we spoke with Vanita Pandey, VP Strategy […]

More Than Half of Logins on Social Media Platforms are ...


Deep Learning Proves Key to Detecting Known and Unknown Threats Hiding in Encrypted Web, Network Communications Blue Hexagon, a deep learning and cybersecurity pioneer, announced an industry-first ability to detect and stop–in real-time–both known and unknown threats hidden within encrypted SSL traffic. On the heels of this announcement, Brilliance Security […]

When You Live and Die by the 1-Second Rule