Could a recession brought on by the current COVID-19 pandemic cause an increase in cybercrime? Did cybercrime increase during the recession of 2009? Or is this just too complex a subject to pin down one way or the other?
Police forces are working hard to keep up with the latest developments in cybercrime, training digital experts for the purpose. But is it enough? And is it happening across the globe?
Malwarebytes is launching a podcast, called Lock and Code, on Monday, March 2, breaking down cybersecurity headlines and diving into complex issues with guest interviews. Tune in every two weeks.
We take a look at some of the most famous (or infamous) hacking scenes from TV and movies and the cybersecurity lessons, if any, we can learn from them.
We know what cybercriminals do. We know how they do it. Now we ask: why? This in-depth profile examines what makes hackers turn to cybercrime, and what could change their minds.
Osterman Research recently completed a major survey on behalf of Malwarebytes to determine the actual cost of cybercrime to businesses. Here’s what we discovered.
The last quarter is likely the last hurrah of the campaigns and attacks we’ve been seeing over the last 6 months. What comes next may completely change the game. Check out our latest Cybercrime Tactics & Techniques report to find out more about what you may encounter next quarter.