Cyberespionage breaches take longer to discover than financial breaches. One of the biggest clues to finding them lies in understanding suspicious network traffic. John Grim of the Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center shares insight from a new study of cyberespionage trends.
An Australian software engineer warns that he was able to create a fake digital COVID-19 vaccine certificate via the government's Express Medicare Plus app, and that the agency in charge has so far failed to acknowledge his bug report. He recommends Australia instead copy the EU's QR code system.
No matter how much security technology we purchase, we still face a fundamental security problem: people. This webinar will explore the different levers that social engineers and scam artists pull to make us more likely to do their bidding.
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In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss timely cybersecurity issues, including cryptocurrency exchange hacks and the cyber implications of the U.S. withdrawal from Kabul.
Want defensive advice from a ransomware-wielding attacker? In a tell-all interview, a LockBit 2.0 representative not only extols the virtues of his malware, but also advises would-be victims to hire red teams, keep their software updated and educate employees to resist social engineering attacks.
The Aggah APT group, believed to be of Pakistani origin, apparently was behind a recent spear-phishing campaign targeting manufacturing firms in Taiwan and South Korea, according to the Anomali Threat Research Team.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the evolution of fraud trends and the challenges in implementing the "zero trust" framework in the OT environment.
Initial access brokers continue to sell easy access to networks. Given the uptake of such access by ransomware operations over the past year, one surprise is that relatively few individuals appear to be serving as brokers, which, of course, makes them an obvious target for law enforcement authorities.