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    Sophos 2023 Threat Report: Criminals “follow the money” by commercializing cybercrime, launching more “innovative” ransomware attacks and doubling down on credential theft

    Sophos, a global leader in innovating and delivering next-generation cybersecurity as a service, recently published its 2023 Threat Report. The report details how the cyberthreat landscape has reached a new level of commercialization and convenience for would-be attackers, with nearly all barriers to entry for committing cybercrime removed through the expansion of cybercrime-as-a-service.

    Meta launches Instagram Parental Supervision Tools and Family Center

    This National Children’s Month, Meta launched new Instagram Parental Supervision Tools and resources in the Philippines to help keep young people safe and support their well-being online.

    Palo Alto Networks announces PAN-OS 11.0 Nova to keep organizations one step ahead of zero-day threats

    Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, has announced PAN-OS® 11.0 Nova, the latest version of its industry-leading PAN-OS software, unleashing 50+ product updates and innovations.

    Cryptomining on the rise: Kaspersky experts report more than 230% growth in the number of malicious mining programs

    In Q3 2022, Kaspersky researchers saw a sharp increase in cryptomining variants — an overall growth of over 230% compared to the same period last year.

    Registration opens for Trend Micro DECODE 2022 cybersecurity conference

    Always engineered to do good, Trend Micro Philippines continues its free annual cybersecurity conference this year with DECODE 2022: Detect &  Respond. This two-day virtual conference is set on November 28 and 29, 2022.

    Globe warns accessing pirated content can be more harmful than people think

    Many people access pirated content thinking they have saved precious bucks, but nothing is ever really free.

    Hacking Google: a docuseries on how Google’s security teams work

    Google is taking people behind the scenes to show the world how its security teams keep people safe everyday in a new six-part docuseries, HACKING GOOGLE.

    Learn the A-Z to stop cyberbullying at www.makeitsafe.ph

    A is for apple?  Think again.  In cyberbullying lingo, as these parents have experienced, the alphabet takes a whole new meaning, but not necessarily all good.

    Palo Alto Network reports that phishing and software vulnerabilities cause nearly 70% of cyber incidents

    According to a new report from Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, the heavy use of software vulnerabilities matches the opportunistic behavior of threat actors who scour the internet for vulnerabilities and weak points on which to focus.