When it comes to cyber intrusions launched by one nation-state against another, where's the red line? While blame has yet to be cast for a wiper malware attack against Ukrainian government systems, researchers say the infections tie to network intrusions that began last summer.
New developments have emerged in the case of the Israel Police allegedly using the flagship spyware of NSO Group, Pegasus, on its own citizens, with reported targets including critics of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, among others. Following a bombshell local report, high-ranking Israeli officials have...
Among the simplest things that vendors can do to help improve the cybersecurity of their products is providing better transparency, especially regarding the third-party components contained in their technology, says Rob Suárez, CISO of medical device maker Becton Dickinson.
JPMorgan Chase will earmark $12 billion for technological updates - including cloud migration, upgrading legacy architecture, data strategy, and emerging technologies. About half of this budget will go toward security modernization, while the other half will be invested into digital innovation.
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?
In the midst of a global pandemic, the federal breach tally shows that a record number of major health data breaches were reported in the U.S. in 2021, and the overwhelming majority of them involved hacking/IT incidents. Will those trends continue in 2022?
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how attackers are distributing Night Sky crypto-locking malware to exploit Log4j vulnerabilities, lessons learned from Log4j and a security flaw that affects some Tesla-built vehicles.
Maryland officials confirm that a December cyberattack on the state's health department, which is still disrupting some services, involved ransomware - but that no ransom was paid. Also, lawsuits have been filed against a Florida specialty pharmacy in the wake of a November cyber incident.
A security researcher in Germany says he's discovered a software flaw affecting a small number of Teslas, allowing him to unlock doors and windows, start vehicles without keys and disable security systems. The flaw, however, does not affect steering, acceleration or braking.
Cybercrime gang FIN7 is impersonating the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Amazon to trick enterprises in the U.S. into using a malicious flash drive, according to the FBI. The threat actor targeted undisclosed companies in the transportation, defense and insurance sectors.
Ransomware has captured the attention of many due to its far-reaching impacts on industrial control systems (ICS) and has become the primary attack vector for many industrial organisations in 2021. Once a problem that only affected IT infrastructure, incidents like Colonial Pipeline, Honeywell, and JB Foods showed...
Where are security practitioners in their zero trust journeys, and what approach to zero trust have they taken? Three experts - Netskope's David Fairman, Exceture's Mario Demarillas, and Petronas' Soumo Mukherjee - share their thoughts in a panel discussion.
Morgan Stanley agreed to a $60 million settlement to resolve a class action lawsuit claiming the banking giant violated security compliance laws and provided negligent oversight when a third party did not properly decommission legacy IT systems in 2016 and 2019.
Mobile carrier T-Mobile fell victim to another data breach, this time linked to a SIM swap attack that affected "a very small number" of its 105 million customers. Details remain scarce, but T-Mobile says it has enacted proper incident response protocols to limit the number of people affected.