President-elect Joe Biden's approach to cybersecurity will likely mirror that of his old boss, former President Barack Obama. Expect Biden's White House to increase pressure on Russia, practice greater involvement in cybersecurity and return to higher levels of coordination than President Trump demanded.
A hacking operation that targeted defense contractors earlier this year was more expansive than first thought, with hackers using never-before-seen malicious tools to target specific victims, McAfee reports. A North Korean-linked APT group is suspected of carrying out the attack.
COVID-19 accelerated everything else digital; why not fraud, too? In this latest CEO/CISO panel, cybersecurity leaders talk frankly about the pace and scale of new fraud schemes from business email compromise to card not present to insider risk.
The National Guard has been recruited to help a healthcare system recover from a recent ransomware attack, while some other healthcare entities have temporarily shut down their email systems in the wake of urgent federal cyber alerts. How warranted are these drastic measures?
The operators behind a botnet dubbed "Gitpaste-12" are abusing legitimate services such as GitHub and Pastebin to help hide the malware's malicious infrastructure, according to Juniper Threat Labs. This botnet mainly targets Linux apps and IoT devices and can mine cryptocurrency.
Apple issued an update for iOS and iPadOS on Thursday that fixes three zero-day flaws found by Google's Project Zero bug-hunting team and a range of other security-related flaws. Google says the bugs are being exploited by attackers but haven't been used in election-related cyber activity.
The U.S. Justice Department is looking to seize more than $1 billion worth of bitcoin that investigators have linked to the notorious Silk Road darknet marketplace. The cryptocurrency was stored within a mysterious digital wallet that had been dormant for years, but the subject of much speculation.
Only a few hours after polls closed, fraudsters started using the uncertainty over the winner of the U.S. presidential election to send out spam messages that are designed to infect devices with the Qbot banking Trojan, according to Malwarebytes.
The U.S. Justice Department has seized 27 website domains operated by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to conduct a covert influence campaign targeting the U.S. and other citizens from around the world.
Researchers are tracking the movements of nearly $1 billion in cryptocurrency that recently moved from a mysterious digital wallet, which may have ties to the notorious darknet marketplace Silk Road, which law enforcement shuttered in 2013.
Ninety-four percent of cyber threats originate in the inbox, and increasingly fraudsters are plying their trade through impersonation attacks. Mariana Pereira of Darktrace discusses the role machine learning can play in repelling these strikes.
California voters passed Proposition 24, the California Privacy Rights Act, on Nov. 3, which expands upon the recently activated California Consumer Privacy Act specifically when it comes to enforcement and how businesses handle personal data.
Attackers have been actively exploiting a flaw in Rackspace's hosted email service to send phishing emails, bearing legitimate and validated domain names, as part of business email compromise scams, warns IT security testing consultancy 7 Elements. Rackspace tells customers it plans to fix the problem soon.
Federal regulators have issued the final version of a five-year strategic health IT plan that sets goals and objectives focused around providing patients secure access of their health data. But what do experts think of the plan, and would it stick under a potential Biden administration?