Welcome to our ‘News In Brief’ column in which we digest all the news releases for you in no more than five paragraphs. Below are snippets of all the media releases that we received from Nov 21 till the end of the week. This column updates regularly throughout the week.
Sophos 2023 Latest Threat Report
Kuala Lumpur, Nov 22: Sophos, a global leader in innovating and delivering next-generation cybersecurity as a service, published its 2023 Threat Report.
The report details how the cyber threat 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.
The report also addresses how ransomware remains one of the greatest cybercrime threats to organizations with operators innovating their extortion tactics, as well as how demand for stolen credentials continues to grow.
Criminal underground marketplaces like Genesis have long made it possible to buy malware and malware deployment services (“malware-as-a-service”), as well as to sell stolen credentials and other data in bulk. Over the last decade, with the increasing popularity of ransomware, an entire “ransomware-as-a-service” economy sprung up.
Now, in 2022, this “as-a-service” model has expanded, and nearly every aspect of the cybercrime toolkit—from initial infection to ways to avoid detection—is available for purchase.
Sabah To Host 12th Asian Bird Fair
Kota Kinabalu, Nov 22: Sabah will be the host of the 12th Asian Bird Fair (ABF) due in Kota Kinabalu, October 2023.
In attendance at the Turnover Dinner of the 11th ABF in Suncheon Korea on Nov 21 were Tay Shu Lan, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Marketing of Sabah Tourism Board and Roger Rajah, Sabah Birdwatchers Association.
Pat Cummins And Sachin Tendulkar Join Rario
Sydney, Nov 23: Rario, the first marketplace for officially certified digital cricket collectibles, announced its partnership with the captain of Australia in Test and ODI cricket, Pat Cummins to allow fans from around the world to own their digital collectibles exclusively on Rario.com.
Rario, a digital collectibles platform for cricket fans to collect and trade cricket NFTs (Non-fungible Tokens), has also recently announced its partnership with legendary Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, who joins the platform as a strategic investor.
Cricket is a sport celebrated by millions of Australians and something that is engrained deep in the country’s culture. As the fan base continues to grow, generations will now have the chance to collect their favourite players as digital ‘cards’, including Tendulkar and Cummins, and use them across multiple utilities that follow.
Pat joins Aaron Finch, Faf du Plessi,Quinton de Cock,Rishabh Pant, Virendra Sehwag, Dinesh Kartik, Shakib Al Hasan, Cheteshwar Pujara, Arshdeep Singh, Axar Patel, and many more players for his exclusive NFTs.
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