The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the hijacking of a virtual court hearing in the Twitter hacking case. Also featured: Why network segmentation is more important than ever; update on Windows print spooler vulnerability.
Cybercriminals have shifted their focus from individuals and smaller businesses to target governments, critical health infrastructure and major corporations to maximize their profits and disruption during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Interpol report warns.
It's a new and permanent extended enterprise, as cybersecurity leaders budget for 2021. What are the top threats and vulnerabilities? How have enterprises hardened their endpoint defenses? Stacia Tympanick of VMWare Carbon Black previews a new virtual roundtable.
A trio of U.S. government agencies is warning organizations about a hacking campaign using a malware strain that has previously been tied to Chinese hackers. The Taidoor RAT, which has been around for over 10 years, has recently been spotted in several campaigns against IT service providers.
Phishing, pandemic-themed malware and ransomware - the threat landscape is familiar. But what is the deeper impact on cybersecurity visibility and response? Keith McCammon of Red Canary shares insight in advance of a virtual roundtable.
The FBI is warning that attacks using a ransomware variant called Netwalker have increased since June, targeting government organizations, educational entities, healthcare firms and private companies in the U.S. and elsewhere. Phishing campaigns spreading the malware are using COVID-19 themes as a lure.
Digital and mobile banking are under attack - and the threats are increasingly faster, more sophisticated, and automated. Fraud managers and analysts face a round-the-clock battle as they try to identify and stop fraud before customers are affected.
To help financial institutions manage the risks without shifting...
As part of their latest COVID-19 economic relief legislation unveiled this week, Senate Republicans are proposing to allocate about $53 million to the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to help combat hackers targeting virus vaccine research.
Suddenly, onboarding, servicing and securing digital accounts with advanced authentication techniques isn't just a priority for global enterprises; it is the priority. Dean Stevenson of HID Global previews an upcoming virtual roundtable discussion.
Money launderers are devising new tactics during the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, some are coming up with ways to use personal protective equipment, or PPE, as a form of currency, says Debra Geister, CEO of Section 2 Financial Intelligence Solutions.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the hacking of high-profile Twitter accounts. Also featured: Addressing security when offices reopen; the role of personal protective equipment, or PPE, in money laundering during the pandemic.
From credit cards and deposit accounts to a wide range of lending products, cybercriminals spare no effort to turn a profit by exploiting weaknesses in the digital account opening process. In fact, 85 percent of banking executives in a recent ISMG study stated fraud remains an issue in the digital account opening...
The U.S. Department of Justice has charged two Chinese nationals with hacking into the systems of hundreds of organizations in the U.S. and abroad. The suspects' activities allegedly included probing for vulnerabilities in systems at companies developing COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and testing tech.