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Premier League’s Return: A Hat Trick of Cyberthreats?

Premier League’s Return: A Hat Trick of Cyberthreats? The beautiful game is back on the pitch in the U.K. -- and cyberattackers will be looking to take advantage of fans streaming the games.
17 June 2020

Lazarus Group May Have Been Behind 2019 Attacks on European Targets

Telemetry hints that the North Korean actor was behind major cyber-espionage campaign focused on military and aerospace companies, ESET says.
17 June 2020

What's Anonymous Up to Now?

What's Anonymous Up to Now? The hacker group recently took credit for two high-profile incidents -- but its actions aren't quite the same as they once were, some say.
17 June 2020

What's Anonymous Up to Now?

The hacker group recently took credit for two high-profile incidents -- but its actions aren't quite the same as they once were, some say.
17 June 2020

Ripple20 bugs expose hundreds of millions of devices to attacks

Devices used in the energy, transportation and communications sectors are also affected by the flaws in the TCP/IP software library

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17 June 2020

3 Things Wilderness Survival Can Teach Us About Email Security

It's a short hop from shows like 'Naked and Afraid' and 'Alone' to your email server and how you secure it
17 June 2020

Shlayer Mac Malware Returns with Extra Sneakiness

Shlayer Mac Malware Returns with Extra Sneakiness Spreading via poisoned Google search results, this new version of Mac's No. 1 threat comes with added stealth.
17 June 2020

Zoom backtracks and plans to offer end-to-end encryption to all users

E2EE calls were initially planned for Zoom paying customers only, but the company has reconsidered following the public's outcry.
17 June 2020

AWS said it mitigated a 2.3 Tbps DDoS attack, the largest ever

The previous record for the largest DDoS attack ever recorded was of 1.7 Tbps, recorded in March 2018.
17 June 2020

Collaboration Undermined When Security Teams Work Remotely, Some Argue

Knowledge workers are perfectly suited for remote work, but the benefits of collaboration - and the requirements of proving identity - make fully remote security teams problematic.
17 June 2020

Images Play Persuasive Role in Disinformation Campaigns

If the 2016 election is any indication, images included in state-sponsored social media posts are effective at disseminating propaganda, new analysis shows.
17 June 2020

Too Big to Cyber Fail?

How systemic cyber-risk threatens US banks and financial services companies
17 June 2020

Coronavirus-Themed Cyberattacks Drop, Microsoft

Coronavirus-Themed Cyberattacks Drop, Microsoft Microsoft report offers insight on how threat actors exploited COVID-19 across the globe.
17 June 2020

BEC Attacks on the C-Suite Dropped 37% in Q1

New research shows attackers are targeting and establishing relationships with accounts payable departments.
17 June 2020

Operation In(ter)ception: Aerospace and military companies in the crosshairs of cyberspies

ESET researchers uncover targeted attacks against high-profile aerospace and military companies

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17 June 2020

LinkedIn ‘Job Offers’ Targeted Aerospace, Military Firms With Malware

LinkedIn ‘Job Offers’ Targeted Aerospace, Military Firms With Malware A recent malware campaign targeted victims at European and Middle East aerospace and military companies - via LinkedIn spear-phishing messages.
17 June 2020

North Korea's state hackers caught engaging in BEC scams

ESET researchers said they spotted North Korean state-sponsored hackers attempting to steal money from targets they initially breached for cyber-espionage purposes.
17 June 2020

'Ripple20' Bugs Plague Enterprise, Industrial & Medical IoT Devices

Researchers discover 19 vulnerabilities in a TCP/IP software library manufacturers have used in connected devices for 20 years.
16 June 2020

Hosting Provider Hit With Largest-Ever DDoS Attack

Likely looking to make a statement, attackers targeted specific websites hosted by a single provider with a 1.44 terabit-per-second distributed denial-of-service attack, according to Akamai.
16 June 2020

CIA's 'Lax' Security Led to 2017 Compromise of Its Hacking Tools

Internal CIA report released today shows poor security controls surrounding the intelligence agency's hacking tools.
16 June 2020