Eighty-five percent of security professionals believe cybersecurity threats will lead to an attack on major critical infrastructure within the next five years, according to a recent survey.
Although major, widespread campaigns such as WannaCry drove a 415 percent increase in ransomware attacks last year, recent research revealed that the threat vector is fading in 2018. F-Secure’s “The Changing State of Ransomware”...
Ransomware was the most prevalent variety of malware in 2017, according to Verizon's "2018 Data Breach Investigations Report."
According to a recent survey, less than 30 percent of IT security executives said they would be able to prevent ransomware attacks such as WannaCry and Petya.
A widespread ransomware attack such as WannaCry can cause problems for any business. For a health care organization, it can cause an utter catastrophe.
An effective threat intelligence solution enables analysts to address, track and investigate advanced attacks such as WannaCry ransomware.
Cyberattacks such as WannaCry, NotPetya and Industroyer wreaked havoc on organizations, but they provided lessons for security your OT network.
Security teams needs advanced visibility into all endpoints across the organization to prevent endpoint attacks such as the recent Apache Struts exploit.
IBM X-Force reported a downward trend in publicly available exploit code, but security teams must still prioritize vulnerability and patch management.
Like a delicious guacamole, security teams need a perfect mix of IP addresses, MD5 checksum hashes and other threat intelligence to protect their networks.