The U.S. Department of Defense says it will pay for Starlink satellite broadband access for Ukraine as it battles Russia's all-out invasion. Military experts say Starlink remains essential for supporting Ukraine's battlefield communications, including drone reconnaissance.
Flipkart Group companies achieved a uniform SOC implementation by adopting a single data ingestion point. This simplifies integration, log parsing and normalization challenges with two SaaS-based SIEM tools, minimizing device and data source modifications.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss why communication is vital to be an effective CISO in 2023, how the hack of Florida-based dental insurer MCNA affects nearly 9 million people, and how CyberArk is securing privileged users with a new browser.
SentinelOne plans to ax approximately 105 workers after a significant drop in data usage for products with consumption-based pricing caused revenue to fall short of expectations. The company revealed plans to reduce its staff by 5% to remain on track with achieving non-GAAP profitability next year.
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky disclosed iOS zero-click malware on the same day the Kremlin claimed it had uncovered a U.S. intelligence smartphone spy campaign. "We have never worked with any government to insert a backdoor into any Apple product and never will," an Apple spokesperson said.
A flurry of legal complaints and a lawsuit have been filed against the city of Oakland, California, after it fell victim to a ransomware attack. The Play group claimed credit for the attack and posted some of stolen information, which includes personal details, ID numbers and health information.
A Long Island, New York-based life sciences company has reported to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that clinical test information of nearly 2.5 million individuals was compromised in a ransomware attack in April involving data exfiltration.
This week: Amazon settled privacy and cybersecurity investigations with the U.S. FTC, SAS received a $3 million extortion demand and apparently Ukrainian hacktivists penetrated Russia's Skolkovo Foundation. Plus, breaches at Onix Group and Toyota and a warning about Salesforce "ghost sites."
Hackers have exploited a critical zero-day vulnerability in Progress Software's managed file transfer offering in several customer environments. Progress warned of a critical SQL injection vulnerability in MOVEit Transfer that allows for "escalated privileges and potential unauthorized access."
In the days between May 26 and June 1, Tornado Cash validators regained control, Tron patched a bug that could be exploited for $500 million, Binance said it will delist privacy coins in four European countries, Coinbase settled insider trading charges and Hong Kong police joined the metaverse.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Rodrigo Liang of SambaNova Systems discusses what he calls "the fastest industrial revolution we've seen." The topic, of course, is generative artificial intelligence, and Liang considers whether businesses should embrace it or hold back.
Former members of the defunct Conti ransomware group are continuing to ply their trade under a variety of other guises, including Royal and Black Basta. Thanks to their agile and innovative approaches, post-Conti operations are "stronger than ever," one ransomware expert reports.
Artificial intelligence poses a global risk of extinction tantamount to nuclear war and pandemics, say a who's who of artificial intelligence executives in an open letter that evokes danger without suggesting how to mitigate it. Among the signatories are Sam Altman and Geoffrey Hinton.
Cisco plans to make its third tuck-in cybersecurity acquisition of 2023 to protect email, cloud office applications and enterprise communications through natural language understanding. Cisco will take advantage of Armorblox's predictive and generative AI to help customers bolster their security.
Ukrainian cyber defenders warn users for the second time this month to be aware of financially motivated phishing campaigns that load the SmokeLoader malware onto computers. Hackers behind UAC-0006 typically target computers used by accountants and look for banking and credential data.