A crowded field of 51 threat groups in the Russia-Ukraine cyberwar has attacked 29 nations - with attacks in Ukraine aimed at "sowing chaos and confusion" on and off the battlefield. This special report covers the tactics, techniques and motivations of threat actors and fallout for other nations.
With healthcare sector entities increasingly transitioning to cloud-based applications, storage and various other third-party hosted services, they must be proactive in addressing a list of associated security risks, U.S. federal authorities urge. What are the top recommendations?
Malwarebytes laid off 125 employees to refocus its business on small and midsized customers. The company has been unable to grow its meager market share in the corporate endpoint security market and didn't make Gartner's or Forrester's latest endpoint security vendor roundups.
New CEO Bob VanKirk wants to capitalize on SonicWall's distributed network technology and strength in the education and state and local government sectors to expand beyond the company's traditional strength with small and mid-sized businesses and into larger enterprises.
Denis Mihaqlovic Dubnikov, 29, allegedly participated in a conspiracy to launder money obtained through Ryuk ransomware. Operators behind the malware mounted one of the largest cyberattacks against the healthcare sector in a fall 2021 ransomware spree.
Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs released the latest Global Threat Landscape Report - a view of events observed during the first half of 2022. Learn how actors target vulnerabilities, build malicious infrastructure and exploit their targets. The report also covers threat trends affecting IT and OT.
As the Russia-Ukraine war continues, Ukrainian government cybersecurity official Victor Zhora says that the country's computer emergency response team has tracked more than 1,600 online attacks and that defensively, "wipers continue to be the biggest challenge."
A New York-based practice management vendor has notified 28 healthcare entity clients and more than 942,000 of their patients that sensitive information was compromised in a ransomware attack in April. The incident is the latest fallout from ransomware assaults on the healthcare sector.
Attackers are attempting to reset the passwords of some DigitalOcean customers, the cloud infrastructure provider says. The email addresses of these customers were likely exposed in a data breach involving Mailchimp, which provided transactional email services for DigitalOcean.
How do you know whether your organization has invested enough money and time in security? As director of information security for Canon EMEA, Quentyn Taylor is often asked this question. "I'll be honest with you - just to set some expectations here, I don't have the correct answer," he admits.
Thoma Bravo is eyeing its third take-private security deal of 2022, initiating talks with Darktrace months after agreeing to buy SailPoint and Ping Identity. The cybersecurity AI firm says it's in early discussions with private equity giant Thoma Bravo on a possible cash offer for the business.
Research by Dun & Bradstreet says business identity fraud jumped 254% in 2020. Tools can help prevent this fraud but may create greater friction, say Andrew La Marca, senior director at Dun & Bradstreet, and Ralph Gagliardi, agent in charge, High Tech Crimes Unit, Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Signal says 1,900 of its customers have been affected by the recent phishing attack on its third-party vendor Twilio. Signal says phone numbers and SMS verification codes of 1,900 customers are compromised, potentially transferring access of these accounts to the attackers.
A lawsuit by an Idaho-based data marketing and analytics vendor against the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is the latest legal dispute spotlighting growing privacy concerns related to the tracking and collection of consumers' healthcare-related and location data.