Posts Tagged ‘DDoS’

Fighting Cybercrime, From JPMorgan To Bank Of America

A new quarterly Cybersecurity Market Report was published by Cybersecurity Ventures, projecting $1 trillion will be spent on cybersecurity between 2017 and 2021. According to Steve Morgan, founder and editor-in-chief of Cybersecurity Ventures, the increase in cybercrime, such as ransomware and malware, and the large number of digital devices being rapidly deployed by organizations and […]

Protecting You And Your Clients Through Technology And Strategy

Every industry experiences cybercrime, but probably none more than financial services, at an average annualized cost of $13.5 million. If you look at the Breach Level Index, you will notice that some type of security breach occurs at financial institutions almost daily. These breaches can involve anywhere from a handful of records to tens of […]

The Effect Of Anonymous’ Operation Icarus On Financial Services

Anonymous, an international network of hackers, recently pledged to take on the financial services industry in a 30-day cyberattack campaign called “Operation Icarus,” more commonly referred to online as #OpIcarus. While the information about the group’s plan is somewhat spotty, various videos (purportedly, the group’s very own) and news articles indicate that the group is […]

4 Major Threats In Financial Services This Year

  Every industry experiences cybercrime, but possibly none more than the financial services space, with an average annualized cost of $13.5 million. In last month’s newsletter, the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) shared several threats to look out for in 2016. While most are not new, the number of occurrences continue to […]