Security software often generates so many warnings that it can be difficult to figure out which ones are the most serious. How can one differentiate good intelligence from bad? John Watters, founder of iSight Partners, discusses how to separate the signal from the noise.
Cyber espionage groups are using unconventional channels to hack target organizations, according to Mandiant' s latest research. Trusted service provider relationships are being exploited to compromise organizations in government and defense, says Rob van der Ende, Mandiant's vice president for Asia Pacific and Japan.
The hacking group known as Legion is taking credit for hijacking the twitter accounts of high-profile Indians as well as accessing more than 40,000 servers. Is the nation well-equipped to mitigate the risks posed by hackers?
A variant of malware used to infect U.S. Democratic National Committee systems was also used to infect an Android app used by Ukraine's artillery forces, bolstering attribution of both attacks to Russia, says cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike.
Memo to would-be cybercriminals: Want to move stolen funds internationally to bank accounts that you control? Need to route the funds to a few money mules to get it laundered? Don't do it from a system tied to an IP address registered to your home.
As cybercriminals continue to wage more sophisticated, well-funded attacks, it's more urgent than ever to attract qualified professionals to careers in cybersecurity, Symantec CTO Dr. Hugh Thompson says in this audio interview.
The Obama administration has failed to reach agreement with 40 other nations on easing restrictions on exports of certain intrusion software, sometimes called "spyware," that could be exploited by repressive regimes - but also could be used to help secure computer systems.
The Shadow Brokers is offering more Equation Group attack tools for sale, payable in bitcoins. Experts say the dump appears designed to deflect attention from Russia's alleged meddling in this year's U.S. presidential election, but it may have originated from a rogue NSA insider.
Leading this latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: The growing momentum in Congress to establish a select committee to investigate breaches the American intelligence community has tied to the Kremlin to influence the U.S. presidential election.
Three Romanian men accused of running a cybercrime ring that used custom-built "Bayrob" malware and money mules to steal at least $4 million from victims have been extradited to face charges in the United States.
President Barack Obama, saying the United States will retaliate against Russia for conducting hacks aimed at influencing the American presidential election, strongly suggests that Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized the cyberattacks against Democratic Party computers.
A report foreseeing homegrown hacktivists showing their displeasure with President-elect Donald Trump by launching cyberattacks against U.S. government sites leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, the details behind the 1 billion-record hack of Yahoo.
Hack attack victims often ask two questions: "Who did it? And can we hack them back?" But after an attack, with time of the essence for blocking further damage, those are the wrong questions for breached organizations to be asking, data breach response expert Alan Brill says in this audio interview.
How much time and effort will consumers put into protecting themselves from identity theft and financial fraud? That was the question posed by Aite Group's Julie Conroy in researching the new Global Security Engagement Scorecard. And the answer might just surprise you.