IBM Security and Check Point worked together to create a collaborative defense with superior threat intelligence and mobile threat management.
The latest IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Report revealed some interesting trends regarding cybercrime in 2015 — and noted how it surpassed expectations.
Building a collaborative defense requires sharing information among trustworthy sources on an efficient platform such as IBM's X-Force Exchange.
Suppliers offering cybercrime-as-a-service on the Dark Web are helping organized groups achieve more effective bank fraud schemes.
Early reports indicate that the cybercrime gang behind the Dyre banking Trojan has been busted in Moscow by Russian authorities.
IBM's X-Force security research team has been hard at work, and many of their findings and analyses will be on display during InterConnect 2016 sessions.
Companies must start paying attention to smart office security risks within their physical spaces in order to protect their building, employees and data.
IBM X-Force researchers have discovered a third cybercrime group using the URLZone malware to target banks and their unsuspecting customers in Japan.
IBM X-Force researchers have been following new developments in the Dridex Trojan's attack methodologies and share intelligence in this alert.
2015 was a big year for cybercrime, but 2016 may see even more advanced threats, sophisticated schemes and damaging data breaches.