A year in cybersecurity is marked by how disruptive the activity observed was - not just from a destructive standpoint, but also from the perspective of how day-to-day life was affected across major industries. The 2020 CrowdStrike Global Threat Report offers one of the industry's most comprehensive reports on today's...
Ads for phishing kits doubled last year on underground forums and dark net markets, with prices skyrocketing over 149 percent - an apparent indicator of strong demand, according to security firm Group-IB.
Many criminals are continuing to tap cybercrime platforms and services to make it easier to earn an illicit paycheck, sometimes by combining tools, such as Emotet, Ryuk and TrickBot. This "loader-ransomware-banker trifecta has wreaked havoc" in recent years, says security firm Intel 471.
The operator of a newly discovered botnet dubbed "Dark Nexus" is offering cybercriminals access to an array of capabilities, include the ability to launch DDoS attacks on demand, according researchers at Bitdefender.
At a time when cybersecurity leaders are managing
business resiliency with the world's largest remote
workforce, how can enterprises remain both dynamic
and grounded in fundamental security controls?
Christopher Kloes, vice president of security at Unisys,
discusses this challenge.
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Eliminate guesswork and get in-depth insights and practical recommendations for navigating the ever-changing cybercrime landscape. This data-laden, incident-rich report delivers insider information on the players, their motivations, tactics and targets so you can make informed security strategy decisions. Key insights...
If you conduct business online, provide your customers and partners with secure web-access to your systems, or just have a brand worth spoofing, it is very likely your brand is already being exploited via email or the web. This attack technique has gone well beyond the big internet brands like Microsoft, ebay, and...
Emotions about the global pandemic are running high, and attackers are taking advantage. Researchers have observed criminals spreading malware by impersonating official sources, distributing malicious COVID-19 maps and trackers, and malvertising on coronavirus-related news stories.
As security professionals, we...
Data breaches expose a wealth of personal information that can enable cybercriminals to bypass security measures, take over accounts, and compromise enterprise networks. To provide a snapshot of the breach exposure affecting major enterprises, we examined SpyCloud's database and found:
412 million breach assets tied...
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes how and why Russia is spreading disinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus: the latest CCPA regulation updates; a CISO's tips on securely managing a remote workforce.
Russian authorities typically turn a blind eye to cybercrime committed by citizens, provided they target foreigners. But as the recent "BuyBest" arrests of 25 individuals demonstrate, authorities do not tolerate criminals that target Russians, and especially not anyone who targets Russian banks.
With the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, and the global shift to work from home, Tom Kellermann of VMware Carbon Black sees a corresponding increase in hacking and espionage attempts against U.S. agencies, businesses and citizens. He says add "digital distancing" to your precautions.
As cybercriminals and nation-states take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to further their own aims, authorities are calling on victims to report online attacks as quickly as possible to help them better disrupt such activity.