A list of weak credentials for vulnerable Internet of Things devices has prompted a new effort to notify their owners. The fear is of another mass, IoT-fueled DDoS attack along the lines of last year's Mirai attacks.
EDR (endpoint response and detection) products are powerful tools that provide a play-by-play of exactly what happened on a computer during and after an attack. But the products require the right expertise to get the most value, a Gartner analyst says.
Ukraine's central bank has warned state-owned and private banks that a new malware campaign targeting financial services firms across the country may be a prelude to a new assault of Not-Petya proportions, Reuters reports.
At ISMG's recent New York Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit, attendees interacted with technology solution providers and other thought leaders, gaining practical insights on solving real-world problems.
For just $80 per day, would-be cybercrime entrepreneurs can subscribe to Disdain, a new exploit kit that targets now-patched flaws in browsers and plug-ins, including Flash and WebEx. Disdain's debut shows that while exploit kits may have declined, they haven't died out.
Kaspersky Lab says it will withdraw antitrust complaints it filed against Microsoft over how Windows handles third-party security products, defusing a yearlong dispute. Microsoft says it will work closer with security companies to ensure compatibility with Windows.
The Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert warning about cyber vulnerabilities in certain Siemens medical imaging products running Windows 7 that could allow hackers to "remotely execute arbitrary code." How serious are the risks?
British national Marcus Hutchins, aka "MalwareTech," has been arrested by the FBI on charges relating to the distribution of the Kronos banking Trojan. Hutchins is the "accidental hero" who singlehandedly defused the WannaCry ransomware outbreak.
An Atlanta-based neurological practice is the latest healthcare organization to recover from a ransomware attack, only to discover it was the victim of a significant earlier hacking incident. What are the lessons to learn?
Most large organizations at least pay lip service to breach preparedness. But when it comes to proper policies, planning and practice, far too many still fall short, says Stuart Mort of the Australian telecommunications firm Optus. Here's what they are overlooking.