The Covid effect on cybercrime

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October 20, 2020
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Gulf News

With people’s health, jobs and finances all under threat, cyber monitors report an increase in e-mails enticing users to click on unsafe links, purportedly offering information on rising local case numbers, advice on safety measures, tips for claiming stimulus cheques, as well as alerts on coronavirus-linked investment opportunities or relief donations. Ammar Enaya, our Regional Director (METNA), talks about how ransomware, privileged access abuse, data loss and poorly configured services that create vulnerabilities are significant risks.

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