The most sought-after type of victim for ransomware-wielding attackers is a large, U.S.-based business with at least $100 million in revenue, not operating in the healthcare or education sector, with remote access available via remote desktop protocol or VPN credentials, threat intelligence firm Kela reports.
The disruption of the pandemic along with the anywhere workforce resulted in a surge of sophisticated cyberattacks and material breaches. 78% of Canadian cybersecurity professionals said attacks increased due to employees working remotely.
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The healthcare sector has been reshaped by the forces of digital transformation and virtual health. But it also has been besieged by the shifting threat landscape and the escalation of destructive ransomware attacks. What role can zero trust play? Jack Miller of Menlo Security shares insight.
Security researchers at AT&T Alien Labs say they've discovered a cluster of Linux ELF executables, identified as modifications of the open-source PRISM backdoor, that attackers have been using in several campaigns for more than three years.
Cyber criminals are getting bolder and more sophisticated with their threats. No matter what kind of business you are in, you are likely to run into ransomware threats. During a ransomware attack, organizations - big and small - struggle to maintain productivity, preserve brand reputation and come up with a payment...
Phishing attacks have come a long way from the spray-and-pray emails of just a few decades ago. Now they’re more targeted, more cunning and more dangerous. And this enormous security gap leaves you open to business email compromise, session hijacking, ransomware and more.
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The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how ransomware attackers share about their inclinations, motivations and tactics. Also featured: The rise of integrity attacks; dispelling vaccine myths.
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Chinese APT groups compromised networks of telecom providers across Southeast Asia in an effort to harvest customers' sensitive communications, according to Cybereason. As in other Chinese cyberattacks, these APT campaigns exploited flaws in Microsoft Exchange servers.
The new BlackMatter ransomware operation claimed to have incorporated "the best features of DarkSide, REvil and LockBit." Now, a security expert who obtained a BlackMatter decryptor reports that code similarities suggest "that we are dealing with a Darkside rebrand here."
Researchers at the security firm RiskIQ have uncovered about 35 active command-and-control servers connected with an ongoing malware campaign that has been linked to a Russian-speaking attack group known as APT29 or Cozy Bear.
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.