After suffering a ransomware attack last October that left several systems inaccessible, mailing equipment manufacturer Pitney Bowes reports that it recently blocked another ransomware attack before any data was encrypted and says there's "no evidence of further unauthorized access to our IT systems."
What are some best practices for moving network security from the datacenter to the cloud? And what are the essentials of Secure Access Service Edge frameworks, and how can they be implemented? These are among the questions to be discussed in a new series of virtual roundtables hosted by Forcepoint and Homayun Yaqub.
Anubis, one of the most potent Android botnets, apparently is getting a refresh a year after its source code was leaked, security researchers say. The changes could help fraudsters more closely monitor activity on hacked devices.
After offering three large databases of compromised user data for sale on the darknet last week, a hacking group known as Shiny Hunters now is trying to sell four additional databases of information apparently gathered from data breaches, security researchers say.
What good is securing your data if the bad guys have already stolen your encryption keys? Brad Beutlich of nCipher Security sets the record straight about encryption and why some cryptography myths persist.
Cognizant estimates that the April ransomware attack that affected its internal network will cost the IT services firm between $50 and $70 million, according to the company's latest financial report. The company has said that the Maze ransomware gang was behind the attack.
Zoom has reached a settlement with the New York state attorney general's office to provide better security and privacy controls for its videoconferencing platform. Meanwhile, the company announced it's acquiring a start-up encryption company.
Even in the best of economic circumstances, enterprises face risks of insiders stealing data or selling access to systems. But Joseph Blankenship of Forrester says the possibility of layoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic puts enterprises at more risk of insider threats.
Over the last five years, a hacking group that's apparently tied to China has been targeting government ministries in the Asia-Pacific region as part of a cyber-espionage campaign, according to Check Point Research.