Product showcase: Group-IB Unified Risk Platform

The cyber threat landscape has intensified. Threat actors are organized and professionalized, with ransomware gangs outsourcing the first step of their operations to Initial Access Brokers. This alliance has proven profitable for both sides, as the illegal sale of initial access to organizations grew 204% and ransom demand soared by 45% last year. The pace […]

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57% of all digital crimes in 2021 were scams

Group-IB shares its analysis of the landscape of the most widespread cyber threat in the world: scams. Accounting for 57% of all financially motivated cybercrime, the scam industry is becoming more structured and involves more and more parties divided into hierarchical groups. The number of such groups jumped to a record high of 390, which […]

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Group-IB CEO remains in prison – the Russian-led company has been ‘blacklisted’ in Italy

The latest executive order from the Italian ACN agency banned Group-IB, a Russian-led cybersecurity firm from working in the government sector The latest executive order from the Italian National Cybersecurity Agency (NCA) banned Group-IB, a Russian-led cybersecurity company from working in the government sector, including 2 other companies – Kaspersky Labs and Positive Technologies. Originally […]

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Product showcase: Group-IB Atmosphere

One of the signs of our time is that businesses integrate cloud email solutions offered by giants such as Google and Microsoft, relying on built-in security systems. In some cases standard security tools are upgraded with anti-spam systems, traditional sandboxes, and cloud antivirus software. Despite the impressive array of solutions, corporate email still remains a […]

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Ransomware Empire: Who might blackmail your company?

The history of ransomware attacks covers slightly over 30 years. Over this modest period, cybercriminals have been relentlessly building ransomware capacities and improving logistics to facilitate the infections of their victims and reach the most high-profile targets. This helped ransomware operators climb to the top of the cybercriminal hierarchy and earn the name of the […]

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