Security researchers uncovered a Pakistani cyberespionage group employing fresh tactics to target workers at India's Defense Research and Development Organization and steal sensitive military secrets. A new campaign uses a PowerPoint file containing information about the India-developed K-4 missile.
Every week, ISMG rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. In focus between March 17 and 23: The New York State Department of Financial Services reminds BitPay that regulations exist. Also, Euler Finance, Gala Games, BitGo, ZenGo, General Bytes, Bitzlato and ParaSpace.
Threats that traditionally menaced other industries - including synthetic accounts and abuse of IT product platforms - are emerging worries for the healthcare sector, warns an industry report. Other experts also predict a similar evolution among criminal activities affecting the healthcare sector.
This week's roundup of cybersecurity incidents around the world includes attacks on luxury car manufacturer Ferrari, the Indian health system and a Dutch maritime logistics company. Other data breach incidents involve the NBA, Lionsgate, the city of Oakland, McDonald's and Samsung.
EMV chip technology has taken a major bite out of credit card fraud at the point of sale, but card-not-present fraud continues to flourish thanks to an age-old technology - the magnetic stripe, says Mark Solomon, international president, International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.
TikTok CEO Shou Chew appeared Thursday before the U.S. congressional panel to defend his company against accusations that it's imperiling Americans' national security, privacy and mental health. Lawmakers pressed Chew on the company's Chinese ownership, source code and privacy practices.
As threat actors increasingly target smaller and less-prepared businesses, CISOs should consider consolidating similar security technologies onto a single platform in order to maximize the defender's advantage, says Vijendra Katiyar, country manager for Trend Micro in India and the SAARC region.
Dark web merchants have been offering Russians - consumers and criminals alike - services for bypassing international sanctions that may indirectly involve U.S. financial institutions, demonstrating the need for more robust "know your customer" and anti-money laundering checks, researchers warn.
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Not all ransomware groups wield crypto-locking malware. Some have adopted other strategies. Take BianLian. After security researchers released a free decryptor for its malware, instead of encrypting files, the group chose to steal them and demand ransom solely for their safe return.
A Bulgarian woman extradited to the United States for her role in a $4 billion crypto pyramid scheme adds to a growing list of law enforcement actions against perpetrators of the OneCoin Ponzi scheme. OneCoin generated $4 billion in fraudulent revenue and earned profits of close to $3 billion.
Days after federal agents arrested the alleged administrator of criminal underground forum BreachForums, the new admin who took over announced that he is shutting down the site. User "Baphomet" said he spotted a suspicious server logon early Sunday afternoon.
Europe's cybersecurity agency predicts hackers will take advantage of the growing overlap between information and operational technologies in the transport sector and disrupt OT processes in a targeted attack. Ransomware will become a tool wielded for political and financial motivations, says ENISA.