NotPetya vastly broadened the scope of damage that malware attacks could do and forced CISOs and security researchers to rethink their approach.
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The re-emergence of REvil and anticipated convergence with business email compromise actors are among reasons why ransomware gangs are still dangerous.
Attendees urged to improve asset management, use SBOMs, and collaborate with government cyber security agencies to better ensure software integrity.
Modern agriculture depends on internet-connected machinery that is centrally controlled and collects and analyzes massive amounts of data, making it an inviting target for threat actors.
Sandworm succeeded in planting a new version of the Industroyer malware to disrupt ICS infrastructure but was thwarted from doing serious damage.
Crowdstrike says Ember Bear is likely responsible for the wiper attack against Ukrainian networks and that future Russian cyber attacks might target the West.
Bounties as high as $10 million dollars make hunting cryptocurrency vulnerabilities lucrative for those with the proper skillsets.
Greater complexity among systems gives attackers more opportunity for widespread, global damage, say government and industry experts.
Research reveals that countries such as Belarus, India, and Columbia are responsible for significant cyber attacks.
Researchers explain how they identified -- or failed to identify -- the threat actors behind three high-profile incidents and why attribution is so difficult.
The Personal Information Protection Law will force global companies doing business in China to be more careful with cross-border flow of personal information.
Experts argue that Apple is clearing a path for governments to gain access to their citizens' data--essentially an encryption backdoor.
The guidance seeks to educate IT administrators about cloud security risks and best practices for implementing and maintaining Kubernetes.
Under pressure to end the ransomware scourge, the White House faces strong headwinds. The problem: Putin has no motivation to change the status quo.
The successful seizure could encourage other victims to better cooperate with federal agencies and cause ransomware gangs to rethink their operations.