Read full post A new ransomware outbreak today has hit some major infrastructure in Ukraine including Kiev metro. Here are some details about this new variant of Petya. The post Bad Rabbit: Not-Petya is back with improved ransomware appeared first...
Read full post Rubica is offering its active subscribers a $1 million cybersecurity insurance policy via its partner PURE Starling.
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Read full post Public sources have confirmed that computer systems in the Kiev Metro, Odessa naval port, Odessa airport, Ukrainian ministries of infrastructure and finance, and also a number of organizations in Russia are among the affected organizations. The post...
Read full post US-CERT doesn’t often go public with warnings about cyber threats to critical infrastructure. So, why now?
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Read full post One in three organizations cannot maintain security as cloud and container environments expand.
Read full post Other cosmetic surgeries who wish to avoid hackers damage their public image would be wise to invest properly in security now, or face the consequences later. The post Hackers hit plastic surgery, threaten to release patient list...
Read full post Deception technology firm Cymmetria offers a new offense option for defenders.
Read full post Reaper is on track to become one of the largest botnets recorded in recent years — and yet nobody seems to know what it will do or when. But researchers say the damage could be bigger than...
Read full post In the first two parts of our series we have looked at the role an everyday internet user has in making the internet a safer place, and ID theft. This time around we focus on the role...
Read full post More than a quarter of mobile devices used by financial services employees carry known vulnerabilities, according to a recent report.
Read full post Attacks have been under way since May, targeting energy, nuclear, aviation, water, and manufacturing, FBI and DHS say.
Read full post Microsoft protects machines from common attacker behaviors with security updates in Windows 10.
Read full post Beleaguered security vendor fights back against Russian-spying claims with new transparency program aimed at assuaging concerns.
Read full post The DDE attack sounds scary – no macros, no tell-tale scripts, no attachment needed. Learn what to look for and how to stop an attack.
Read full post Stamos took to Twitter to clarify his leaked remarks
Read full post Arm hopes the adoption of its new PSA system will help protect trillions of connected devices in the future.
Read full post With all the hype around cryptocurrencies, cybercriminals are trying to grab whatever new opportunity they can – be it hijacking users’ computing power to mine cryptocurrencies via browsers or by compromising unpatched machines, or various scam schemes...
Read full post Everybody wins as Google and Microsoft’s security one-upmanship continues
Read full post The company has promised independent source code reviews and increased bug bounty rewards in the future.
Read full post Google’s online payments system is designed to speed up purchases and reduce failure rates.
Read full post The US Department of Homeland Security and FBI have warned that hackers are actively targeting government departments, and firms working in the energy, nuclear, water, aviation, and critical manufacturing sectors. The post US warns of ongoing attacks...
Read full post DDE attacks can be run from within Outlook emails and calendar invites
Read full post But developers not the only ones to blame, company says.
Read full post KRACK, ROCO, exposed SSH keys and the European Commission’s loosey-goosey stance on backdoors have made it a rough week for cryptography. Here’s your wrap-up on the best of the worst.
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Read full post We asked one of the world’s top threat reasearchers, “What next?” Here’s his fascinating reply…
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Read full post Taking a ‘tech free’ 15 minutes doesn’t mean taking 15 minutes off, you’ve got computers to protect!