Israel-Hamas conflict draws in an international coalition of hackers conducting cyber attacks in support of both sides. Report finds that there are about 100 hacker groups that have involved themselves thus far, and that the number skews heavily to Palestine supporters (at 77).
Each partner in the software supply chain must understand their role in maintaining the security of the process. Transitioning from a blame-game to a proactive stance allows organizations to implement a well-defined, adaptable, and optimized strategy that helps mitigate risks and protect the supply chain.
It’s clear that the introduction of generative AI to the mainstream is tipping the scales towards a war of algorithms against algorithms, machines fighting machines. For cyber security, the time to introduce AI into the toolkits of defenders is now.
Cyber attack that targeted irrigation systems in Israel is thought to be part of an annual "OpIsrael," hacktivist campaign that takes place every April, and this year's attempt at least managed to cause a nuisance for some farms in the Jordan Valley.
Chinese hackers are now focusing on the outer layers of target networks, even antivirus software and firewalls, as an entry point for stealthy cyber attacks that can last for years.
Credentials are everywhere, they are a demonstrated weak link in organizational security, and malicious actors have demonstrated that they prefer using them over approaches. As a result, credentials are both the best and the last chance to catch adversaries.
Easy targets. That’s the best way to describe universities and colleges as targets of cyberattacks. Most still operate using legacy systems and infrastructure, and many users, devices, and inadequate cybersecurity policies make them easy prey for bad actors.
Ukraine warns of Russian plans for massive cyber attacks on Ukraine's critical infrastructure to slow down the counteroffensive and those of Kyiv's allies in retaliation for support.
Why is it that despite their proven ability to control password hygiene by generating strong and unique passwords, auto-filling passwords, and credentials, storing passwords and files, and auditing password security, 70% of organizations are still not using a password manager?
The life of a startup revolves around evolution, requiring a constant ability to pivot to adapt to the ever-changing technology industry landscape. This agility, while necessary for survival, creates opportunities for new risks. and cyber attacks.