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CheckPoint’s latest semi-annual report reveals a staggering number of ransomware

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CheckPoint’s latest semi-annual report reveals a staggering number of ransomware

The global pandemic has recently triggered a surge in ransomware and spam attacks, with cybercriminals trying to use users and individuals for monetary gain. These participants are employed by organizations that operate cautiously and operate in countries with little or no cybersecurity. And surveillance, to provide the largest coverage for these units and organizations, and there is almost no threat.

Most of these countries are underdeveloped third-world countries, and the victims are from developing countries. These countries are most vulnerable to such spam incidents. This shows that the total number of cybercrimes has increased by 29%, while ransomware has topped the list, and attacks have increased by 93%.

As many as 442 attacks per week. Because these attacks are aimed at third-world countries in the Asia-Pacific region, the number of attacks per week has increased by 1,338, which is almost three times the number of attacks in the United States.

Maya Horrowitz of CheckPoint noted that these attackers have adapted to the COVID world and have effectively developed strategies to continue business as usual. The first strategy focuses on companies that primarily work from home. This is used to purposely use the company’s supply chain and network chain to achieve its monetary motives.

It also highlighted some large-scale attacks on Solarwinds, Colonial Pipeline, JBS, or Kaseya, and even the best network security elements cannot prevent failure. Emphasizing the need for self-awareness and cautious behavior, Horowitz went on to say that it has been almost a year since the first double ransomware attack on firewalls and insurance in 2020. The most destructive and destructive triple ransomware Software attacks are great bosses.

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In recent months, due to the daily increase in the number of attacks, the following malicious programs have achieved great success. The malware includes Trickbot, Dridex, Qbot, and IcedID. A report has been sent to the Biden government to address these issues: If triple ransomware is not stopped fast enough, triple ransomware will now hit all levels of the organization, even extending beyond regular users, home users, customers, and employees. Preventing this from happening should be the top priority of the Biden administration, because the leakage of confidential information may trigger a serious crisis.

CheckPoint’s latest semi-annual report reveals a staggering number of ransomware

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And surveillance, to provide the largest coverage for these units and organizations, and there is almost no threat. Most of these countries are underdeveloped third-world countries, and the victims are from developing countries. Because these attacks are aimed at third-world countries in the Asia-Pacific region, the number of attacks per week has increased by 1,338, which is almost three times the number of attacks in the United States.

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