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Two Russian nationals have been charged with using phishing techniques and spoofed domains to steal over $16 million from three cryptocurrency exchanges in 2017 and 2018, according to the U.S. Justice Department.
A security incident in which hackers used social engineering techniques to divert Department of Veterans Affairs payments intended for healthcare providers compromised the personal information of 46,000 U.S. veterans.
Disruption, distortion and deterioration - these cybersecurity threats are amplified by the ongoing pandemic. Which poses the greatest threat and why? We asked this exclusive panel of CEOs and CISOs, and their responses might surprise you.
Recent hacking incidents, including one targeting Twitter, are raising awareness of the importance of privileged access management, says David Boda, group head of information security for Camelot Group, operator of the U.K. National Lottery. He describes PAM best practices.
So-called "cybersquatting" attacks are surging, with financial and e-commerce websites - including those of PayPal, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of America and Amazon - among the most frequent targets, according to Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42.
A recently uncovered malicious email campaign is delivering to businesses multiple types of malware, including a Trojan designed to steal banking credentials and other financial information, according to a research report from Cisco Talos.
A group of Democratic senators, including Minority Leader Charles Schumer of New York, is urging the Trump administration to impose sanctions on Russia and other "governmental actors" that are waging efforts to interfere with the November election interference.
Twitter is investigating the hacking of an account associated with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for an apparent cryptocurrency scam, according to news reports. The incident appears similar to a July Twitter hack that hit well-known targets in the U.S. and Europe.
The FBI and CISA say that a Russian newspaper report that claims American voting data was stolen and then offered for sale in darknet forums is inaccurate. The agencies say the data offered for sale is already publicly available, and they portray the newspaper report as part of a disinformation campaign.
Facebook says the Russian troll group that interfered in the 2016 U.S. election is at it again, using sham accounts and a fake news site to spread disinformation in advance of the November election. Facebook says it took down the accounts involved.
Two recent hacking incidents that each affected more than 100,000 individuals illustrate the variety of cyberthreats healthcare organizations face during these chaotic times. Security experts offer risk mitigation insights.
A global phishing campaign that purports to offer information about surgical masks and other personal protective equipment for use during the COVID-19 pandemic is infecting victims' devices with the AgentTesla remote access Trojan, according to researchers at Area 1 Security.