Cybersecurity News


New Jersey Man Sentenced to 7+ Years for Cyber Breaking & Entering

The man installed keyloggers, stealing credentials and information on emerging technology development.
02 September 2020

BEC Wire Transfers Average $80K Per Attack

BEC Wire Transfers Average $80K Per Attack That number represents a big uptick over Q1.
02 September 2020

Triple-Threat Cryptocurrency RAT Mines, Steals and Harvests

Triple-Threat Cryptocurrency RAT Mines, Steals and Harvests KryptoCibule spreads via pirated software and game torrents.
02 September 2020

The Hidden Costs of Losing Security Talent

One person's exit can set off a chain of costly events.
02 September 2020

The Hidden Costs of Losing Security Talent

One person's exit can set off a chain of costly events.
02 September 2020

Don't Forget Cybersecurity on Your Back-to-School List

School systems don't seem like attractive targets, but they house lots of sensitive data, such as contact information, grades, health records, and more.
02 September 2020

DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) support added to Chrome on Android

DoH support added to Chrome 85, released last week, and slowly rolling out to all Android users in the coming weeks.
02 September 2020

'KryptoCibule' Uses Several Tricks to Maximize Cryptocurrency Theft

The malware family uses multiple tactics to steal as much cryptocurrency as possible while flying under the radar.
02 September 2020

PCI DSS in Practice Case Study: CSU

 

In this PCI DSS in Practice Case Study, Brazil Regional Engagement Board Member CSU Cardsystem S.A. discusses challenges with balancing the constant evolution and launch of new technologies with simplicity, security, and compliance.

02 September 2020

Joker Spyware Plagues More Google Play Apps

Joker Spyware Plagues More Google Play Apps The six malicious apps have been removed from Google Play, but could still threaten 200,000 installs.
02 September 2020

Backdoors left unpatched in MoFi routers

MoFi Network patched only six of ten reported vulnerabilities, leaving three hard-coded undocumented backdoor systems in place.
02 September 2020

5 Tips for Triaging Risk from Exposed Credentials

5 Tips for Triaging Risk from Exposed Credentials Not all exposed usernames and passwords present a threat. Here's how to quickly identify the ones that do.
02 September 2020

DHS Partners with Industry to Offer State, Local Gov'ts Cybersecurity Aid

The US Department of Homeland Security teams up with Akamai and the Center for Internet Security to provide state and local governments with cybersecurity through DNS for free.
02 September 2020

Why Kubernetes Clusters Are Intrinsically Insecure (& What to Do About Them)

By following best practices and prioritizing critical issues, you can reduce the chances of a security breach and constrain the blast radius of an attempted attack. Here's how.
02 September 2020

Norway’s parliament struck by hackers

Unknown threat actors were able to exfiltrate information from the email accounts of several parliamentarians

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02 September 2020

Live Webinar: XDR and Beyond

Live Webinar: XDR and Beyond Next week, Senior Analyst Dave Gruber of ESG will join cybersecurity company Cynet for a webinar to help companies better understand the promise and realities of emerging XDR technologies
02 September 2020

Cisco Warns of Active Exploitation of Flaw in Carrier-Grade Routers

Cisco Warns of Active Exploitation of Flaw in Carrier-Grade Routers Multiple flaws in system software that causes errors in packet handling could allow an attacker to consume memory and crash devices.
02 September 2020

Hypothesis: Cyber Attackers Are After Your Scientific Research

Hypothesis: Cyber Attackers Are After Your Scientific Research From COVID-19 treatment to academic studies, keeping research secure is more important than ever. The ResearchSOC at Indiana University intends to help.
02 September 2020

Chinese APT Debuts Sepulcher Malware in Spear-Phishing Attacks

Chinese APT Debuts Sepulcher Malware in Spear-Phishing Attacks The RAT has been distributed in various campaigns over the past six months, targeting both European officials and Tibetan dissidents.
02 September 2020

KryptoCibule: The multitasking multicurrency cryptostealer

ESET researchers analyze a previously undocumented trojan that is spread via malicious torrents and uses multiple tricks to squeeze as many cryptocoins as possible from its victims while staying under the radar

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02 September 2020