Ransomware statistics in 2020: From random barrages to targeted hits
Ransomware attacks have come a long way from their brutish and unsophisticated beginnings as “spray-and-pray” email phishing campaigns against randomly selected targets. The overall number of attacks has dropped, but their efficiency and success rate have risen.  An analysis of statistics
Data breach statistics that will make you think twice before filling out an online form
Data breaches are flooding the news. From large hotels and banks to universities and voters’ lists, it seems none of our personal information is as safe as we’d hope. So, how do breaches happen? What kind of information is compromised? Whose fault is it? And what are the ramifications of such ev
Exploring identity theft statistics in the age of data breaches
The internet has created a culture of oversharing. Social media, online shopping, and similar online services have made us reckless with the amount of personal information we make public.  Companies leaking massive amounts of personally identifiable information (PII) in large-scale data breaches