Social engineering and security awareness training exercises can help business leaders uncover gaps in their incident response plans and identify poor security hygiene among employees.
Researchers have discovered evidence of a threat group named London Blue, a U.K.-based collective that focuses on CFOs at mortgage companies, accounting firms and some of the world's largest banks.
Several major U.S. newspapers reported they were victims of production-disrupting cyberattacks that apparently involved Ryuk ransomware.
Microsoft Windows Defender Research discovered an attack campaign that utilized spear phishing emails impersonating U.S. Department of State employees to gain remote access to victims' machines.
Security researchers discovered a malspam campaign targeting British computer users with the Ursnif/Gozi/ISFB Trojan.
If you've ever gotten a financial fraud alert from your bank, you can thank Daniel Gor for developing the automated processes by which fraud analysts monitor customers' behavioral patterns.
As threat research team lead at Trusteer, Tomer guards the gateway to both known and unknown threats and passes along his insights to help banking customers protect themselves from social engineering.
Security researchers discovered a recent phishing scheme that took advantage of Hurricane Michael's impact to steal victims' email credentials across multiple services.
Researchers reported that the Octopus malware is using a Windows Trojan to target political entities based in Central Asia.
Encouraging young people to pursue a security career is not just the job of the public sector. Organizations that hire security professionals also have a responsibility to help grow this talent pool.