Drop in ransomware targeting Thai, other Southeast Asian businesses


BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): In its latest Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) report, the company revealed less than one million ransomware attempts (804,513) were monitored in 2020, less than half of 2019’s over 1.9 million detections.

Among the six SEA countries, only Singapore observed an uptick in the number of ransomware detections.

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