Access points are a major cybersecurity risk for an organization. From third-party attacks to ransomware to the theft of private information, hackers are finding new ways to infiltrate organizations, and traditional methods of stopping them are failing.
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The access landscape has changed. The traditional perimeters are dissolving, and as organizations move to a decentralized workforce and network architecture (including servers, data centers, access points, and more), what was previously safe behind a network wall is no longer protected.
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Ransomware is everywhere. It’s a topic consistently making headlines with new breaches reported weekly, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. There were 700 million attempted ransomware attacks in 2021 (up 134% from 2020). It’s truly not a matter of “if” but “when” you will experience a breach....
"I'm concerned that at some point the Russians are going to launch cyber retaliatory attacks against the United States at election infrastructure and the transportation, financial and energy sectors," says Elvis Chan, supervisory special agent at the San Francisco Division of the FBI.
In 2021, it was reported that over 67,500 cybercrimes occurred in Australia, which is an increase of 13% compared to the previous year. This reiterates that despite implementing strong policies and controls, due diligence is needed to help thwart cybercriminals who continue attempting advanced and sophisticated...
Three months after Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine began, a report from the State Cyber Defense Center's Cyber Rapid Response Team takes a look back at the turbulence the nation has faced in its cyber sphere during Q1 2022 and considers the way ahead.
Accelerated digital transformation has only complicated the identity verification challenge for enterprises. But Chuck Moore of Early Warning says behavioral analytics and anomaly detection combined can reduce both fraud and the friction that can come with traditional authentication methods.
Welcome to ISMG's compendium of RSA Conference 2022. The 31st annual conference covered a wide range of topics including cybercrime, cyberwarfare, zero trust, supply chain risk, ransomware, OT security, cyber insurance and jobs. Access 150+ interviews with the top speakers and influencers.
Microsoft has observed a 254% increase in activity over the past six months from a Linux Trojan called XorDdos. First discovered in 2014, XorDdos was named after its denial-of-service-related activities on Linux endpoints and servers and its usage of XOR-based encryption for its communications.
Never have global financial institutions
faced such adversaries. The cybercriminal gangs now wield tools that
used to be the province of nation-states, and the nation-states now
engage in activities that once were owned by cybercrime. Scams
and schemes including account
takeover, denial of service and ransomware...
Containers and cloud-based resources are being used to launch DoS attacks against Russian, Belarusian and Lithuanian websites. Cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike's researchers say that through their Docker Engine honeypots, they observed two different Docker images targeting these assets.
The Computer Emergency Response Team of Ukraine and the National Bank of Ukraine are warning of massive DDoS attacks against pro-Ukrainian targets. The intelligence service in Romania, SRI, also warns of a similar type of attack targeting sites belonging to its national authorities.
Advanced identity authentication technologies are giving public agencies powerful tools to fight fraud and streamline the experience of applying for government benefits.
It can’t happen soon enough. The fallout from COVID-19 protections exposed widespread weaknesses in automated systems for disbursing government...