BENGALURU : With the rise in cybersecurity attacks in the last few years, companies from across sectors like manufacturing, auto, IT, BFSI and other government bodies are now pouring millions into buying cyber insurances. In India, however, only a handful of companies have started selling the product including Bajaj Allianz, Marsh among others.
While countries like China and Russia are cracking down on cryptocurrencies in various ways, the United States is taking its time drafting any form of regulation. According to White House cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce, the government has yet to analyze the market sufficiently to understand the risks involved in cryptocurrencies before considering appropriate oversight.
Researchers of the firm discovered three different variants of crypto-mining malware in its top 10 most prevalent threat with Coinhive ranking first. Other crypto-miner malware that made the list include JSEcoin ranked fifth, and Cryptoloot ranked eighth. The firm claims more than one-in-five organizations around the world had been affected by the Coinhive variant last month.