New Senate report reveals that the government’s biggest targets are not keeping pace with threats. Seven of eight federal agencies were found to have not made any meaningful improvements to their security since 2019.
After its infrastructure went offline in October, there was widespread speculation that the REvil ransomware group was done for good. The likelihood of that increased with last week's apprehension of affiliates along with the seizure of $6.1 million.
Having hundreds or more enterprise data sources to monitor a company’s security is overwhelming and unmanageable for SecOps, what they really need is a “small data” movement.
Conti ransomware group has transformed from lone wolves into a globe-spanning pack of well-organized criminals disrupting and casting into disarray government entities, private organizations, and small and medium-sized businesses.
High-profile cyber attack that struck British budget airline EasyJet may have been carried out by Chinese hackers who have stolen email addresses and travel details of millions of passengers.
Last week's White House cybersecurity summit was the Biden administration's first formal public-private meeting on the subject of national security, drawing together executives from some of the biggest names in key industries.
Hackers recently launched a credential stuffing attack on the new Disney+ streaming service by using database of usernames and passwords from previous hacks.
ATM machines have always represented a “soft target” in the minds of criminals. What’s now clear is that the ATM card skimmer scams of years past pale in comparison with what’s possible now with jackpotting scams with cyber criminals turning every ATM they visit into casino slot machines with huge jackpots.
Fake vaccine certificates have been available for some time, but the market has picked up significant steam as the concept of "vaccine passports" has spread to domestic life and everyday activities.