The ransomware operation known as Alphv - aka BlackCat - appears to be a reboot of the DarkSide group, which rebranded as BlackMatter following serious encryption and victim-selection mistakes. Amid reports that Alphv has disrupted 17 oil terminals in Western Europe, how long until the next rebrand?
Change is afoot at Trellix, which is the new name of the cybersecurity software business formed from the merger of McAfee Enterprise and FireEye. CEO Bryan Palma says the extended detection and response - aka XDR - software imperative for his customers is to do more, but with fewer suppliers and management overhead.
In the first of a planned series of articles looking at strategies that have helped her and her teams over the years to not just survive a stressful environment, but thrive in it, cybersecurity executive and CyberEdBoard executive member Kerissa Varma offers this: Be a human, not a terminator.
Endpoint detection and response software news: The entity formerly known as McAfee Enterprise and FireEye Products has a new name: Trellix. Think of a "security trellis to businesses across the globe, giving them support they need to keep them safe," says CEO Bryan Palma. Will customers and prospects buy in?
Buckle up. The healthcare industry and consumers are heading into the New Year with indications of significant changes to the regulation and enforcement of health information privacy and security by the Department of Health and Human Services. What's in store?
Attackers continue to employ commercial penetration testing tools as well as "living off the land" tactics - using legitimate tools or functionality already present in a network - to exploit victims. Accordingly, organizations must monitor for both, to better identify potential intrusions.
Ransomware-wielding attackers continue to hit businesses, demand a ransom payment and oftentimes dump stolen data if a victim chooses not to pay. But some attackers also appear to be keeping a closer eye on victims - at least after they have been infected - in case they bring unwanted attention.
Michael Lines is working with Information Security Media Group to promote awareness of the need for cyber risk management, and as a part of that initiative, the CyberEdBoard will post draft chapters from his upcoming book, "Heuristic Risk Management: Be Aware, Get Prepared, Defend Yourself." This post's chapter is...
Cyber GRX senior director and CyberEdBoard executive member Peter Gregory discusses data everyone has that is an asset, but also a liability - your contact list - and how to decrease your chances of it turning toxic.