Cybersecurity vendor VMware has published a security advisory detailing 19 vulnerabilities affecting its vCenter server and Cloud Foundation products and has released fixes for all of them. One of the flaws has a high CVSS of 9.8, and CISA is warning of its "widespread exploitation."
A Philadelphia-based mental health services provider has begun to notify tens of thousands of individuals that their health and personal information was potentially viewed or stolen by hackers in a data security incident discovered more than six months ago.
In a bid to address security risks associated with the use of virtual private network solutions, the National Security Agency and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on Tuesday offered government leaders guidance on selecting remote access VPNs and strengthening their security.
Cybersecurity and computer science experts testifying before Congress on Tuesday expressed concerns about their inability to access key social media data sets that could allow them to analyze and potentially counter the spread of misinformation.
Weaknesses in the systems of ShapeShift, a U.K.-based cryptocurrency exchange, reveal how a North Korean-linked group laundered cryptocurrency that came from the WannaCry 2.0 attack. The issues undermined some protections in Monero, a cryptocurrency designed to provide a high degree of privacy.
Hacking incidents - especially those involving ransomware attacks and vendors - continue to rack up some of the largest victim counts in major health data breaches being reported to federal regulators in 2021. Will the trend continue?
The Russia-linked cyberespionage group Nobelium, which was responsible for the SolarWinds supply chain attack, has developed and deployed a new malware, dubbed FoggyWeb, according to a Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center security blog. Microsoft says FoggyWeb creates a backdoor to exfiltrate data.
The world is experiencing a cybercrime pandemic, which is a direct consequence of COVID-19, according to Amit Basu, CISO and CIO at International Seaways. He offers proactive prevention measures, based on his own experience, for how organizations can stay safe and secure.
The Department of Health and Human Services has named Lisa J. Pino - a former Department of Homeland Security official charged with mitigating the massive 2015 cyberattack on Office of Personnel Management - as the new director of its HIPAA enforcement agency.
Four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the rise of quadruple extortion attacks employed by ransomware gangs, the FBI reportedly withholding the Kaseya ransomware decryption key for weeks, and raising security posture during a pandemic.
Dwell time, double extortion, supply chain attacks - ransomware has changed considerably over the course of the year, and CyberArk's Andy Thompson says there is much we can learn from the attacks - both the unsuccessful and successful ones - and how they take root.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how the U.S. government has been tracking an increase in the pace of attacks tied to Conti ransomware. Also featured are what "protection" means today and building a new cybersecurity operating model.
A new and still little-known ransomware group called Karma has been pursuing a novel strategy to pressure victims into paying: Get journalists to publicize businesses hit by the ransomware operation, adding pressure on victims to pay the ransom demand.