Threat actors behind a distributed denial-of-service campaign targeted the same set of victims again after the organizations refused to pay the initial ransom demand, a new report by security firm Radware finds.
Researchers at Check Point Research are tracking a new botnet dubbed "FreakOut" that's targeting vulnerabilities in Linux systems. The malware is creating a malicious network that has the potential to launch DDoS attacks.
The "remote workforce" of 2020 is gone. Now we're talking about the new, permanent "branch office" - and it comes with its own unique set of cybersecurity concerns, says Derek Manky of FortiGuard Labs. He discusses new social engineering trends and how to respond.
Explore Evolving Challenges and Solutions in The Fight Against Fraud
Investigate emerging anti-fraud technology developed for the increased complexity of fraud across channels in malicious attacks in a live analyst discussion with Pindrop, featuring Aite Group.
This podcast explores the security risks materializing as a result of the pandemic the readiness of enterprises to handle fraud risks (particularly in the IVR) and recommended strategies to secure the IVR.
Citrix is urging customers to implement a newly provided enhancement to its ADC and Gateway devices that is designed to block attackers from abusing the Datagram Transport Layer Security, or DTLS, protocol to amplify distributed denial-of-service attacks.
Citrix is warning its customers that attackers are taking advantage of the company's ADC products to conduct and amplify DDoS attacks, according to a notification published by the firm. A permanent fix to address this security issue won't be available until January.
It's not just that ransomware attacks are up in 2020; it's that attackers have evolved their tactics and techniques. And Deepen Desai of Zscaler says this means it's time for organizations to completely reimagine their ransomware defenses.
One of those responsible for the massive Mirai-based DDoS attack launched in October 2016 that targeted domain name resolver Dyn and knocked Amazon, PayPal, Spotify, Twitter and others offline has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
A critical component within millions of consumer and enterprise IoT devices has dangerous software flaws. New research from Forescout Technologies into open-source TCP-IP stacks shows millions of devices from 150 vendors are likely vulnerable.