Tag: ransomware

IBM’s Annual Cost of Breach Report shows rising risks

IBM’s Annual Cost of Breach Report shows rising risks

As a self-professed cybersecurity data nerd, I look forward each year to IBM’s annual Cost of Data Breach report. It’s a “fun” read if you like this sort of thing. And just in time for summer beach reading, the report...

/ August 3, 2022
Key cybersecurity trends to watch in the homestretch of 2022

Key cybersecurity trends to watch in the homestretch of 2022

Believe it or not, we are now halfway through 2022. Where has the time gone? Before we know it, we’ll be talking about Thanksgiving and Christmas. But right now, let’s pause, take stock of where we’ve been and make some...

/ June 30, 2022 / 6 Comments
Hackers harvest agri-business ransomware

Hackers harvest agri-business ransomware

MSPs with a portfolio of clients that include nondescript agriculture and food processing businesses, often think they are off the radar of sophisticated international hackers. Yet, this is not the case at all.

/ May 13, 2022 / 6 Comments
XaaScast by XaaS Journal: Winning the war against ransomware podcast

XaaScast by XaaS Journal: Winning the war against ransomware podcast

  Recently Adam Khan, VP of global security operations at Barracuda MSP, sat down with Jay McCall of XaaS Journal to discuss the constantly evolving threat of ransomware. If you do not know who Adam is, he has more than...

/ May 10, 2022 / 5 Comments
Ransomware headlines can protect you

Ransomware headlines can protect you

Ransomware surged in 2021 and is showing no signs of slowing down in 2022 due to the continuing pandemic and the conflict in Ukraine. According to Barracuda Network’s research, attacks on corporations, including infrastructure, travel, financial services, and other businesses,...

/ May 4, 2022 / 9 Comments
Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Apache CouchDB critical vulnerability

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Apache CouchDB critical vulnerability

Apache has released a patch for a critical remote privilege escalation vulnerability in Apache CouchDB 3.2.1 protocol. This vulnerability, if not patched, can allow threat actors to execute code on a targeted server or client without being authenticated. Barracuda MSP...

/ April 29, 2022
MSPs and SACA: What MSPs need to know

MSPs and SACA: What MSPs need to know

The President of the United States recently signed into law the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act of 2022 (SACA). SACA is just one of many recent laws enacted to bolster cybersecurity, and something that MSPs need to have on their radar...

/ April 19, 2022 / 5 Comments
Tech Time Warp: Microsoft offers $250,000 to catch the makers of Mydoom

Tech Time Warp: Microsoft offers $250,000 to catch the makers of Mydoom

Beginning in late January 2004, an email worm called Mydoom caught the attention of the world—and led Microsoft to offer $250,000 for information leading to its creator’s apprehension. At its peak, Mydoom accounted for approximately one-quarter of all email traffic...

/ January 24, 2022
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Executive predictions for 2022: CEO Hatem Naguib

Executive predictions for 2022: CEO Hatem Naguib

As 2022 gets underway, we’re looking ahead to the changes, developments, and trends the coming year will bring to the cybersecurity industry and the threat landscape. To help you prepare for 2022, we recently spoke to three Barracuda executives, each...

/ January 21, 2022
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Cybersecurity in 2022: What’s hot and what’s not

Cybersecurity in 2022: What’s hot and what’s not

This week we feature an MSP’s perspective on what is hot and what is not with regards to cybersecurity in 2022.

/ January 17, 2022 / 7 Comments