The cyberthreat landscape is rapidly changing. As attacks continue to increase in volume and sophistication, agency defenses also must evolve.
In order to do so, many agencies are moving toward a more holistic, analytics-driven approach to security. By gaining an end-to-end view of what's happening inside an...
Micro-segmentation is fast becoming a foundational layer of the security architecture for today's data center and cloud computing environments. It has seen a big push by a range of vendors as well as growing recommendations from leading analyst firms such as Gartner, ESG, and the 451 Group.
The idea of using network...
As of January 1, 2018, all SWIFT customers must self-attest to their compliance with the new SWIFT Customer Security Program (CSP). The program is designed to respond to the wave of cybercrime targeting SWIFT installations that began with the Bank of Bangladesh breach back in February 2016 and has swept across the...
Many Malwarebytes users had a busy weekend after a software update led their Windows systems to experience "out of memory" errors, loss of internet access and, in some cases, crashing. The security firm has apologized and issued detailed instructions for reversing the problems and installing its fix.
U.S. Secret Service alert: For the first time, malware-using fraudsters have been draining U.S. ATMs of their cash via what's known as a jackpotting or cash-out attack. Two older models of ATMs made by Diebold Nixdorf appear to have been targeted.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Ransomware crypto-locks customer data stored by a cloud-based service provider. Also, there's a move afoot to use blockchain technology to better protect people's personally identifiable information.
A must see webcast that defines when proactive hunting is needed, and how to get started operationalizing a program internally.
The increasing number of organizations being hit by crippling "mega breaches" points to a deficiency in most standard endpoint security solutions. Today's evolving threat landscape...
After spiking in 2017, the volume of attacks involving ransomware has since declined, but the malware still remains a potent threat. For attackers, ransomware barriers to entry are lower than ever, thanks to highly automated ransomware-as-a-service offerings.
The web may be largely funded thanks to online advertising, but the threat posted by malicious advertisements continues to escalate. Indeed, the latest malvertising scheme, uncovered by security firm Confiant, served 1 billion malicious advertisements.
The operators of the Necurs botnet continue to target victims with phishing campaigns designed to infect them with banking malware, ransomware and cryptocurrency fever, as well as to generate profits via dating website referrals.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Why some organizations with working backups still choose to pay a ransom after suffering a cryptolocking malware attack. Also featured: The U.S. government's push to bolster the private sector's "active defenses."
Government agencies face unique technology challenges in today's world, including complex legacy IT systems, antiquated processes and a prohibitive legislative budgeting cycle. Because of these challenges, many agencies are looking for creative new approaches to overcome the obstacles preventing adoption of the latest...
BlackBerry mobile devices have become a rare sight. But drivers of Audi, GM and Mercedes vehicles may be using the company's embedded operating system in their cars, and with a new tool called Jarvis, BlackBerry is also making a play to secure the code used to drive autonomous vehicles.
Spear phishing is the common trigger to many of the most popular - and successful - targeted attacks. How can organizations improve their defenses to better spot - and stop - spear phishing?
Spear phishing and messaging-based threats tend to be the first attack vector that criminals are using today in targeted...
The CIA has attributed last year's outbreak of NotPetya wiper malware to Russia's GRU military intelligence unit, The Washington Post reports. Other intelligence agencies and information security experts have reached similar conclusions, warning that Russia's hybrid warfare campaigns are intensifying.