Cyber attack on Change Healthcare, a North American health tech company, impacted numerous pharmacies across the US, halting prescription order fulfillment.
Private Chinese hackers were employed not just for foreign hacking, but also as a part of the government's domestic surveillance program. The document leak indicates that i-Soon may have also hacked domestic targets for the purpose of intelligence-gathering.
Deepfakes pose significant challenges for businesses, especially as deepfake technology becomes more accessible to cyber criminals. Spotting a deepfake can be challenging, requiring vigilance and education of their common flaws.
ZenLayer, a global network service provider, data leak has exposed over 380 million records of infrastructure and customer information via a misconfigured cloud database.
There’s a disturbing trend in boardrooms that’s leaving corporations completely exposed. CPOs and CIOs are sidelined, ignored and forgotten by the rest of the C-suite as executives believe that the battle between CPOs and hackers is removed from day-to-day business operations.
America's second largest insurance company Prudential Financial has disclosed a security breach by a cybercrime gang that leaked administrative, employee, and contractors’ data.
International law enforcement operation appears to have significantly disrupted the capabilities of the LockBit ransomware group, one of the biggest internet-based criminal hacking organizations in the world, seizing about 200 of the group's crypto wallets and over 1,000 decryption keys.
The security industry was hit by an increasing number of AI-powered cyberattacks in 2023, and that is not going to slow down in 2024. As these attacks evolve as AI infiltrates every aspect of business, here’s what security leaders should resolve to do this year amid AI threats.
The new GoldPickaxe evolution of the GoldDigger trojan malware takes things a step further, retaining the prior functionality but adding the ability to capture facial data for the purpose of creating a deepfake to defeat biometric logins.
Web3 cannot get away from Web2, and it means that businesses are going to have to find a way to marry two very different approaches to security to ensure the safety of their users in the era of decentralization.