Ransomware attacks continue to be the world’s main security threat and the most profitable form of malware, but a new global report claims that despite “copious” numbers of infections daily there’s emerging signs the threat is no longer growing.
Online banking threats are of a higher concern than malware and cryptojacking, but despite the concerns Australians are still storing financial records or financial information such as tax file numbers and bank details on their digital devices, according to a new security research report.
Ransomware attacks are significantly declining despite an increase in cyber attacks generally, according to the global IT association ISACA.
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