Malware attacks down by 20 per cent, while ransomware-as-a-service has boomed

Nicholas Fearn
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Ransomware-as-a-service attacks on UK organisations have tripled over the past year, claims SonicWall

Global ransomware attacks have decreased by 12 per cent, but ransomware-as-a service, cryptojacking and attacks on IoT devices are growing fast. That's according to research by security vendor S...

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