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 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.
A recent surge in phishing messages by profit-seeking criminal hackers has been tied to OpenAI tools, but a new report from Microsoft finds that state-sponsored hacking groups are making of use of these new AI abilities as well.
A massive ransomware attack affected an integrated healthcare management system, disrupting over 100 Romanian hospitals, including pediatric and cancer centers.
Numerous recent sources have been indicating a resurgence for ransomware in 2023, and perhaps the best evidence yet comes from a new Chainalysis report: for the first time ever, global ransomware payments topped over $1 billion in cryptocurrency.
The data breach is thought to impact about 33 million people in total, or nearly half of the country's total population of about 67 million. Both of the data breach subjects are third-party payment providers for France’s medical insurance industry.
Personal and financial information for at least 57,000 parties doing business with Bank of America was exposed in a third party data breach in late October of last year. Infosys McCamish Systems (IMS), an insurance process management services provider, is the third party that was compromised.
A Verizon insider data breach has impacted employee data of 63,206 employees. incident occurred when a Verizon employee violated company policy by gaining unauthorized access to a file containing workers’ personal information.
According to a new joint warning published by the CISA, NSA and FBI, exploits by the Chinese hackers have been going on for at least five years in some victim critical infrastructure environments.
Popular remote monitoring and management software firm AnyDesk has suffered a cyber attack that compromised its production systems and leaked source code and code signing certificates.