Cybercriminals have shifted their focus from individuals and smaller businesses to target governments, critical health infrastructure and major corporations to maximize their profits and disruption during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Interpol report warns.
Quantity of threat intelligence isn't an issue. Quality of intel and integrating it effectively into security programs - that's where many organizations struggle. Casey Martin of ReliaQuest shares insight on the keys to a mature threat intel program.
A trio of U.S. government agencies is warning organizations about a hacking campaign using a malware strain that has previously been tied to Chinese hackers. The Taidoor RAT, which has been around for over 10 years, has recently been spotted in several campaigns against IT service providers.
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The speed at which IoT is enabling innovation is far outpacing the ability of the security custodians to implement appropriate controls before these devices hit the market. That creates a classic target-rich environment for the bad guys - one that will require vigorous defense and oversight.
The 2020 Vulnerability and Threat Trends Report Mid-Year Update
shows how criminals have taken advantage of the disruption caused
by the pandemic. While organizations were vulnerable and distracted,
hackers developed new ransomware samples and advanced existing
tools to attack critical infrastructure - including...
The FBI is warning of an increase in distributed denial-of-service attacks using amplification techniques that are targeting U.S. organizations. The bureau notes that it's seen an uptick in attack attempts since February.
Following Twitter's admission that cryptocurrency scammers socially engineered its employees to gain control of 45 high-profile accounts, one reaction has been: Why didn't anyone crack Twitter sooner? Unfortunately, the answer is that they have, especially if you count nation-states bribing insiders.
Many organizations get stuck in the vortex of endless endpoint security operational challenges. Solving this operational chaos is a must, especially when 68% of organizations have seen an increase in the frequency of attacks against endpoints in the last 12 months.
The need to boost efficiencies is clear. To get...
The U.S. should restore the position of cybersecurity coordinator at the White House because the number of threats against the nation is increasing, several security experts testified this week at a House hearing. But some Republicans question whether the move would create unnecessary bureaucracy.
To the long list of alleged hackers who failed to practice good operational security so they could remain anonymous, add another name: Andrey Turchin, who's been charged with running the Fxmsp hacking group, which prosecutors say relied on Jabber and bitcoins in an attempt to hide their real identities.
U.S. prosecutors this week unsealed an indictment against the alleged hacker "Fxmsp" after his identity was revealed in a cybersecurity firm's report. That sequence of events has raised questions about information sharing and highlighted law enforcement's reliance on private cybersecurity researchers.