Cyberattack: Campaign exploits on-premise Microsoft Exchange Servers to send malspam with links to malicious documents in existing mail threads Last month, the CyberPeace Institute spotted a malicious campaign in its
The CyberPeace Builders is a network of corporate volunteers providing free cyber assistance to humanitarian Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) protecting vulnerable populations anywhere in the world. The CyberPeace Builders network
GENEVA, Switzerland – 14 October 2021 – The CyberPeace Institute launches today the CyberPeace Builders, the first global network of cybersecurity volunteers to protect humanitarian NGOs. NGOs are in need
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