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Corporate Blog February 8, 2019

A Watershed Moment In The Threat Landscape

By Avi Rembaum, February 8th 2018   The phrase watershed moment is often overused. With our race to the cloud, the rapid rise in the number of devices connected to the Internet and a near…

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Corporate Blog June 18, 2018

Cyber-Criminals Are On The Offensive During the World Cup: Wallchart Phishing Campaign Exploits Soccer Fans

Keeping track of the World Cup can get overwhelming.   Cyber criminals are keenly aware of this pain point, seeking to use the buzz around the World Cup as cover for their sneaky attacks.  …

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Corporate Blog June 12, 2018

The Atlanta Ransomware Attack Wasn’t as Bad as We Thought – It’s Worse

When the news broke about the massive ransomware attack on the city of Atlanta, the details seemed dire yet murky – we knew about court dates getting rescheduled, city job applications getting frozen, and computer…

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Threat Research May 12, 2017

Global Outbreak of WannaCry

[Updated May 17, 2017] On May 12, 2017 the Check Point Incident Response Team started tracking a wide spread outbreak of the WannaCryp ransomware. We have reports that multiple global organizations are experiencing a large…

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Security Insights April 25, 2017

Banking trojans are on the rise: here’s how to avoid being robbed

Banking trojans are helping cybercriminals to commit the perfect crime:  stealing money from the accounts of unsuspecting victims, almost untraceably and at minimal risk.  As such it’s no surprise that from June to December 2016,…

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