In this installment of "In Security," the Great Dawnack's crystal ball depicted a troubling future for companies battling increasingly advanced threats.
Analysts found that MySQL databases had been attacked by a ransomware campaign similar to the one that affected MongoDB databases in January.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered that an upgraded version of Dridex has been using a new injection method, signifying the Trojan's continued evolution.
Threat actors with apparent ties to the Lazarus cybergang launched an attack against Polish banks that may be part of a broader, global campaign.
IBM's X-Force Red team delivers the offensive security capabilities organizations need to protect against and respond to advanced targeted attacks.
The rate of malvertising attacks increased by 132 percent in 2016, according to a recent report. The use of ad-blocking software also increased sharply.
Researchers discovered a particularly malicious new strain of the VirLocker ransomware that can be tricked into thinking a ransom has been paid.
The latest version of Sage ransomware was recently observed, and it's asking victims to pay $2,000 as part of its new campaign.
Cybercriminals are steeped in a culture of trading malicious tools. This Dark Web marketplace drives the evolution of the cyberthreat landscape.
Cybercriminals who rely on remote control tactics to commit financial fraud may use hidden virtual network computing (hVNC) modules to cover their tracks.