The use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to create fake audio and video will impact businesses and individuals with an online presence according to a new report by CyberCube.
Ransomware threat actors continued to innovate both their technology and their criminal modus operandi at a rapid pace during 2020, according to a new report by cyber security firm Sophos.
Cyber attacks skyrocketed during 2020 amid increased remote working following the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a new survey by cyber security firm Netwrix.
Global cybercrime costs will grow by 15% per year over the next five years to $10.5tn annually by 2025 - up from $3tn in 2015.
With insurance companies spending money on marketing and advertising online, they are opening up gateways for fraud in different forms as cyber risks grow in scope, scale and sophistication in an increasingly digitalised world.
Insurers in India appear relatively immature when it comes to fraud mitigation and management.
The take-up rate for cyber insurance continues to climb, with 78% of respondents having purchased such coverage.
The continued effects of COVID-19 or a new public health crisis have emerged as the top risk concerns for Indian companies according to a joint study conducted by Marsh and the Risk Management Society (RIMS).
Global losses from cyber crime now total over $1tn, which is an increase of over 50% from 2018 according to a new report by computer security software company McAfee.
The majority of Singapore businesses are prepared to facilitate remote-work arrangements, but this has also led 58% to believe they are more susceptible to cyber attacks.