Ukraine traced a cyberattack that delayed a press briefing by the nation's information protection agency Tuesday to Russian Sandworm hackers. The group accused of using wiper malware to disrupt the Ukrainian national Media Center has close ties with the Russian GRU, investigators say.
BlueVoyant has strengthened its ability to monitor the remediation of supply chain issues and integrate that with questionnaire activity, CEO Jim Rosenthal says. Existing supply chain tools tend to generate lots of risk information but then put the burden on the client to interact with suppliers.
In this book, we’ll start with the basics of SCM to help you make sure your security program is solid and seaworthy—and why it matters so much in the first place. Then we’ll map out the challenges modern enterprises face, such as the skills gap, expanding cloud infrastructures, and industrial...
It’s no surprise to cybersecurity professionals that threats have continued to ameliorate and outpace attempts to contain them. War, supply chain issues, continued remote work, and other upheaval create opportunities for cyber disruptors. But organizations may be getting better at preparing for and guarding against...
Identity and access management company Okta revealed that its private GitHub repositories were accessed earlier in the month, resulting in the theft of its source code in its Workforce Identity Cloud code repositories. "No customer data was impacted," Okta says.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses why it is always a bad idea for organizations to pay hackers for data deletion, practical steps organizations can and should take to avoid being at the heart of a data subject complaint, and the latest efforts to tackle the ransomware threat.
Cloud vendors from Amazon, Microsoft and Google to IBM and Sumo Logic have turned to Sysdig's Falco open-source threat detection engine to secure their environments. Sysdig CEO Suresh Vasudevan says Falco has become the standard for threat detection in the industry.
This report dives deep into the modern endpoint detection and response (EDR) platform that is driven by artificial intelligence/machine learning for security effectiveness.
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What happens when a water management facility –classified as critical infrastructure and essential services– is infiltrated by a foreign threat actor?
This case study dives into an in-depth analysis of the security challenges faced, conditions under which the breach happened, and how the whole situation was...
This report shows how IBM Security ReaQta provides complete endpoint threat coverage of sophisticated cyberattacks with virtually no human intervention while producing top-quality alerts.
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Ransomware gangs rely on shotgun-style attacks using phishing or stolen remote access credentials to target individuals. This strategy snares less poorly prepared organizations, and that often means healthcare entities. Experts share insights on this plague on healthcare and what to do about it.
In Q2 2022, Agari and PhishLabs detected and mitigated hundreds of thousands of phishing, social media, email, and dark web threats targeting a broad range of enterprises and brands. The Quarterly Threat Trends & Intelligence Report provides an analysis of the latest findings and insights into key trends shaping the...
Especially for healthcare organizations, repelling ransomware attacks hinges on having robust monitoring and defenses in place to spot the signs of an unfolding attack and shut it down before crypto-locking malware gets unleashed, says Peter Mackenzie, director of incident response at Sophos.
The need for AWS security has increased as S3 buckets have evolved from a dumping ground for data to the home for critical cloud-native applications, says Clumio co-founder and CEO Poojan Kumar. Information in S3 buckets is susceptible to both accidental deletions and cyberattacks.
The push to migrate applications to cloud-native architectures has driven increased use of containers and created the need for more security, says Veracode CEO Sam King. Veracode's expertise in application security helps the company identify open-source code and known vulnerabilities in containers.