There was a 125% surge in the number of phishing attacks that financial services and insurance organisations experienced between 2019 and 2020.
Which? has warned that millions of Brits are using old Wi-Fi routers, vulnerabilities in which could be exploited by hackers.
Scripps Health recently suffered a ransomware attack that forced it to suspend user access to its online portal and applications and divert patient care operations.
Glovo suffered a breach of customer records after a hacker infiltrated an old administration panel interface.
One of Europe’s most prolific child sexual abuse platforms on the dark web, that boasted 400,000 users, was taken down.
As many as 92% of organisations who paid a ransom in the past 12 months did not get all of their data back, with the average organisation getting back just 65% of its data.
A director at Russia’s largest submarine design firm was targeted by Chinese hackers using the PortDoor malware delivered via spear-phishing emails.
Google used advanced machine learning capabilities and improved app review processes to ban 119,000 malicious and spammy developer accounts in 2020.
Domino’s India database containing the personal data of over 1m Indians has been put up for sale on the Dark Web for 10 BTC (£396,000).
New England’s energy provider Eversource suffered a massive data leak in March that compromised the personal information of thousands of customers.
The Joker malware infiltrated over 500,000 Huawei phones via ten apps using which the malware communicates with a command and control server.