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cybercrime - cyber threats

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what is cyber threats ? o ooo Cyberthreats is a cyber or cybersecurity threat is a malicious act that seeks to damage data, steal data, or disrupt digital life in general.

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Cyberthreats is a cyber or

cybersecurity threat is a

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MDM Company Malware ooo June 2021 o o o o _4_ -4 Malware is the collective name for a number of malicious software variants, including viruses, ransomware and spyware. Shorthand for malicious software, malware typically consists of code developed by cyberattackers, designed to cause extensive damage to data and systems or to gain unauthorized access to a network.

Malware

Malware is the collective name for a number of malicious software variants, including viruses, ransomware and spyware. Shorthand for malicious software, malware typically consists of code developed by cyberattackers, designed to cause extensive damage to data and systems or to gain unauthorized access to a network.

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_4_ -4 MDM Company Type of malware 0 0 0 0 ooo Ransomware Adware & Scams spam and pishing spyware worms viruses June 2021

Type of malware

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Ransomware

Adware & Scams spam and pishing

spyware worms viruses

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ooo cyber threats 00 0 0 Malware cases ooo o _L _4_ _L -4 1. CovidLock, ransomware, 2020 Fear in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been widely exploited by cybercriminals. CovidLock ransomware is an example. This type of ransomware infects victims via malicious files promising to offer more information about the disease. The problem is that, once installed, CovidLock encrypts data from Android devices and denies data access to victims. To be granted access, you must pay a ransom of USD 100 per device. _1

Malware cases

cyber threats

1. CovidLock, ransomware, 2020 Fear in relation to the Coronavirus

(COVID-19) has been widely exploited by cybercriminals. CovidLock ransomware is an

example. This type of ransomware

infects victims via malicious files

promising to offer more

information about the disease.

The problem is that, once

installed, CovidLock encrypts data from Android devices and denies

data access to victims. To be

granted access, you must pay a ransom of USD 100 per device.

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ooo cyber threats 00 0 0 Malware cases ooo o -4 2. WannaCry, ransomware, 2017 One of the worst ransomware attacks in history goes by the name of WannaCry, introduced via phishing emails in 2017. The threat exploits a vulnerability in Windows. It's estimated that more than 200,000 people have been reached worldwide by WannaCry, including hospitals, universities and large companies, such as FedEx, Telefonica, Nissan and Renault. The losses caused by WannaCry exceed USD 4 billion.

Malware cases

cyber threats

2. WannaCry, ransomware, 2017

One of the worst ransomware attacks in history goes by the name of WannaCry, introduced via phishing emails in 2017.

The threat exploits a vulnerability in

Windows.

It’s estimated that more than 200,000

people have been reached worldwide by

WannaCry, including hospitals,

universities and large companies, such as

FedEx, Telefonica, Nissan and Renault. The losses caused by WannaCry exceed

USD 4 billion.

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- to fight malwares - ooo _4_ _L solutions 00 0 0 ooo 1. Cybersecurity awareness Copy a sticky note, then write your thoughts. Copy a sticky note, then write your thoughts. The first point is the issue regarding cybersecurity awareness. You need to be aware on the internet. That means: watch out for suspicious websites and emails. And that old tip continues: if you're not sure what you're doing, don't click on the links and don't open attachments. 2. Technology to fight malware The second point involves the use of technology. It's important that you have an anti-malware solution on your computer or device. For end- users, there are several free and good options on the market. For companies, in addition to this type of solution, we always recommend strengthening the protection of your email network. As already explained, email is the main malware vector. So, an email security solution can rid your business of major headaches. _1

Copy a sticky note, then write your thoughts.

Copy a sticky note, then write your thoughts. solutions

1. Cybersecurity awareness The first point is the issue regarding cybersecurity awareness. You need to be aware on the internet. That means: watch out for suspicious websites and emails. And that old tip continues: if you’re not sure what you’re doing, don’t click on the links and don’t open attachments.

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2. Technology to fight malware The second point involves the use of technology. It’s important that you have an anti-malware solution on your computer or device. For end- users, there are several free and good options on the market. For companies, in addition to this type of solution, we always recommend strengthening the protection of your email network. As already explained, email is the main malware vector. So, an email security solution can rid your business of major headaches.

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MDM Company Refrences 00 0 0 https://gatefy.com/blog/real-and-famous-cases-malware-attacks/ June 2021

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Refrences

https://gatefy.com/blog/real-and-famous-cases-malware-attacks/

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