On 28th August, Homeland Security Today reports on the latest report from McAfee which says that McAfee saw an average of 504 new threats per minute in Q1 and a resurgence of ransomware along with changes in campaign execution and code. It says that 68% of targeted attacks utilised spearphishing for initial access and 77% relied upon user actions for campaign execution. McAfee says that it observed innovations in ransomware campaigns, with shifts in initial access vectors, campaign management and technical innovations in the code.
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