Fileless Malware soars as Healthcare suffers in 2018

The most significant cybersecurity concern is that the number of detected fileless malware samples is skyrocketing.
Around 500 new threats are being detected every minute, and this only means big cybersecurity problems.
For all individual users out there in the cyberspace to be safe and secured, depending on which version of OS your device runs, please install an antivirus for Windows or antivirus for Mac.

Companies should hire a professional cybersecurity firm to run various cybersecurity tests on your company’s network to implement only the best possible cybersecurity solution. A top cybersecurity package will always include a penetration test and ethical hacking tests.
We are not soft when we say this is a big cybersecurity problem, for example, fileless malware attacks that take advantage of Microsoft PowerShell increased 432% over the course of 2017 and 267% in Q4 alone.
Fileless malware is the preferred choice of the Black Hats because it allows them to conduct attacks with minimal use of malware and it is also good because a fileless malware is very good at evading any traditional cybersecurity solution.

Nowadays cybercriminals are increasingly turning their fileless malware attention to crypto-mining and hijacking Monero and Bitcoin wallets.
2018 will be defined by the rapid cyber-criminal adoption of newer tools and schemes – fileless malware, crypto-currency mining, steganography even ransomware campaigns will be leveraged beyond their usual means to put more pressure on any cybersecurity solution that exists on the market.

This year ICO frauds and all healthcare organizations (HCOs) are incredibly favorite targets for hackers, and many are poorly protected, but store valuable patient records this is why they should implement a robust cybersecurity solution.