Organisations need to apply patch to prevent malicious code execution from USB flash drives. Linux systems could be a risk from malware on USB memory sticks, according to security researchers.
Digital security certificates assure regular users that the websites they visit can be trusted and are free of malicious code. But if security certificates are themselves compromised, how can users be protected from malicious hackers?
Ransomware accounts for around a quarter of cyber-threats targeting internet users in the UK.