We spoke with a multinational corporation that employs threat reconnaissance to improve security. The idea that good organizations can have the ability to conduct external threat hunting on the bad actors is only recently surfacing among the most risk-averse enterprises. Learn the tangible results of taking threat...
The Biden administration formally accused China's Ministry of State Security of conducting a series of attacks against vulnerable Microsoft Exchange servers earlier this year that affected thousands of organizations. This group is also accused of carrying out ransomware and other cyber operations.
A leak of 50,000 telephone numbers and email addresses led to the "Pegasus Project," a global media consortium's research effort that discovered how Pegasus spyware developed by NSO Group is being used in the wild.
Intelligence-Driven Threat Detection is Critical to Risk Mitigation and Management
Many organizations have invested in improving their threat detection capabilities over the past two years and express increased confidence in their ability to stop threats that have penetrated the network perimeter. However, these...
Threat intelligence researchers are looking closely at REvil, the ransomware gang that infected up to 1,500 companies in a single swoop. A look at the group's online infrastructure shows clear lines to Russian and U.K. service providers that, in theory, could help law enforcement agencies but don't appear eager to...
Acting CISA Director Brandon Wales, Rep. Jim Langevin and many others will discuss the government's top priorities in addressing cybersecurity challenges at ISMG's Virtual Cybersecurity Summit: Government, to be held July 13 and 14.
The Kaseya VSA ransomware attack was discussed exhaustively over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. But there's one big question that hasn’t been answered, says Tom Kellermann, head of cybersecurity strategy at VMware Carbon Black: "Who gave REvil the zero-day?"
The NSA, the FBI and other U.S. government agencies are tracking an ongoing Russian cyberespionage campaign in which attackers are using brute-force methods to access Office 365 and other cloud-based services.
In a multinational effort led by the Dutch National Police, authorities seized servers and web domains used by DoubleVPN, a Russia-based company that allegedly provided a safe operating infrastructure for cybercriminals, according to Europol.
Deputy national security adviser Anne Neuberger says the White House is preparing to release additional details, including attribution, about the attacks that targeted vulnerable on-premises Microsoft Exchange email servers at government agencies and other organizations earlier this year.
As enterprises adjust to the new threat landscape, how must they also adjust their approach to detection?
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The road to cybersecurity compliance has changed dramatically in recent years, with proactive efforts such as incident response, forensic investigation and threat hunting on the rise.
However, compliance standards have typically not kept pace with the need for companies to level-up their security stance in an era of...
According to a Threat Landscape Trends report for Q2 2020, cryptojacking saw a 163% increase in detections, compared to previous quarters. 35% of organizations indicated in a survey by NinjaRMM, that ransomware attacks resulted in up to $5 million in damages. Similarly we see an explosion in DDoS attacks. In times...
The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that it has seized two domains that were used during a recent phishing campaign that targeted a marketing firm used by the U.S. Agency for International Development - USAID - to send malicious messages to thousands of potential victims.