"Fraud guides" designed to assist cybercriminals in carrying out schemes that leverage stolen financial or personal data are the most common offerings on three prominent dark net marketplaces, according to security firm Terbium Labs.
For many cybercrime investigators, it's all about indicators of compromise - evidence that a crime has occurred. But what if you were to shift toward cataloging behaviors that could indicate an attack is ongoing or imminent? Sam Curry of Cybereason explains the IoB concept.
The "zero trust" network architecture model is 10 years old - and suddenly more relevant than ever. How does John Kindervag, the creator of zero trust, feel about his "baby" today, and what advice does he give to organizations looking to adopt the model?
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began earlier the year, the FBI has seen an increase in nation-state hackers targeting U.S. medical research facilities and healthcare organizations conducting research into the virus.
With the massive shift to telework as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, shadow IT is becoming a more critical security issue around the world. Security experts offer tips on mitigating the risks involved.
The U.S. Defense Department needs to improve its cybersecurity training programs for civilian and military employees to reduce the risks that common security incidents pose, a new audit from the Government Accountability Office finds.
Ads for phishing kits doubled last year on underground forums and dark net markets, with prices skyrocketing over 149 percent - an apparent indicator of strong demand, according to security firm Group-IB.
Enterprises long have practiced workforce identity and access management, but increasingly they are rolling out customer IAM, or CIAM. What's driving the trend, and where should cybersecurity leaders look to assert influence? Keith Casey of Okta explores some CIAM myths and realities.