18 Cyber-Attacks That Shook The Web

June 6, 2019

With 2019 being MailGuard’s 18th birthday, we’ve rounded up 18 of the biggest and most noteworthy cyber-attacks that shook the web, and changed how we look at cybersecurity. Sony PlayStation 1 Famously known as an ‘identity-the¬ bonanza’, it was reported that an “illegal and unauthorised person” obtained people’s confidential information, prompting the gaming company to go o line.

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Vectra Networks Inc.

Vectra Networks is the leading innovator in real-time detection of in-progress cyber attacks. The Vectra X-series breach detection platform continuously monitors network traffic to automatically detect any phase of an ongoing cyber attack. The platform provides visually intuitive reports of hosts under attack and context about what the attacker is doing. Vectra automatically prioritizes attacks that pose the greatest business risk, enabling organizations to quickly make decisions on where to focus their time and resources. Vectra Networks’ investors include Khosla Ventures, Accel Partners, IA Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, and DAG Ventures.

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2019 Cyber Etiquette: A Guide To Today’s Top Cyber Threats

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Cybercrime By The Numbers

Infographic | January 3, 2020

Malware, ransomware, data breaches, and phishing are top of mind for most companies. As users, devices, applications, and data continue to move outside of the traditional enterprise perimeter and zone of control, attack surfaces will only expand. So, what are the realities of falling prey to a cyber attack?

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Infographic: Is Your Software Vulnerable to Cybercrime

Infographic | February 13, 2020

Third-party support and self-maintenance can’t protect youthe real solution is at the source. Don’t be fooled by third-party support providers and self-maintenance security methods. Security patching is essential for securing enterprise software, including Oracle’s. If you don’t own the code, you can’t access or update it. That leaves your software open to attack and your business open to risk.

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Alarming Cyber Security Stats to Know in 2022

Infographic | June 29, 2022

Attackers use multiple tactics to get access to your credentials and among those phishing is the most commonly used method. Every 9 out of 10 cyber-attacks start with a phishing email and end up costing millions of dollars to the organizations.

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The future of cybersecurity in a digital world

Infographic | February 2, 2020

Data-driven technologies change the way the world works. And the more connected devices flourish, the more cybersecurity matters. There are more digitally connected devices than ever before—and the world is just getting started.

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Vectra Networks Inc.

Vectra Networks is the leading innovator in real-time detection of in-progress cyber attacks. The Vectra X-series breach detection platform continuously monitors network traffic to automatically detect any phase of an ongoing cyber attack. The platform provides visually intuitive reports of hosts under attack and context about what the attacker is doing. Vectra automatically prioritizes attacks that pose the greatest business risk, enabling organizations to quickly make decisions on where to focus their time and resources. Vectra Networks’ investors include Khosla Ventures, Accel Partners, IA Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, and DAG Ventures.

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