The average person believes using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) makes them significantly less likely to be hacked. That is simply not true! Hackers can bypass 90-95% of MFA solutions much easier than you would think. Using a regular looking phishing email, they can bypass MFA just as easily as if it were a simple...
As promised in Q1, here’s the Q2 Expel Quarterly Threat Report! Just like last quarter, this report surfaces the most significant data we’re seeing in our threat detection and response efforts, curates that data into trends that can impact your cybersecurity posture, and offers resilience recommendations to...
Ransomware-wielding attackers continue to seek new ways to maximize profits with minimal effort. Top tactics spotted recently by experts include continuing to partner with initial access brokers and botnet operators and testing new monetization models, such as "mediation as a service."
Cyber insurance can defray costs associated with data breaches and ransomware attacks. But Kelly Butler of the advisory firm Marsh & McLennan Companies says insurers are tightening their requirements for policies due to rising costs associated with increasingly severe incidents.
It feels like we hear about a new devastating cyberattack in the news every day, and attack methods seem to be proliferating at an exponential rate. So, which tactics should you be aware of beyond standard “click and infect” attack vectors?
Join Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist and...
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Apiiro's Moshe Zioni, vice president of security research, discusses the company's "Secrets Insights 2022" report on the real-world risks of hardcoded secrets across the software supply chain and how to mitigate the potential damage they can cause.
The ISMG Security Report discusses how cyberattacks and operations tied to the Russia-Ukraine war have been affecting civilians since the start of Russia's invasion, whether a practicing cardiologist living in Venezuela is also a ransomware mastermind and effective bot management tooling strategies.
Black Hat 2022 kicks off today with security experts sharing cutting-edge research and insights through demos, technical trainings and hands-on labs. Keynote speaker Chris Krebs will discuss risk trends in cybercrime, geopolitical threats and what they mean for tomorrow's network defenders.
Cybercriminals monitor leak sites for newly listed ransomware victims in a bid to try their own hand at dropping encryption malware, says Sophos. The cybersecurity firm says it's seen an uptick in incidents involving multiple criminal gangs demanding a ransom for unencrypted victims' files.
James Foster has been swimming against the current for months, taking ZeroFox public by merging with a special-purpose acquisition company despite the worsening economic conditions. The Nasdaq Stock Exchange listing makes ZeroFox the first cybersecurity company to go public in all of 2022.
Ransomware shows no signs of abating. Digital transformation, expanding cloud deployments, and increased remote work are all bolstering the Ransomware Attack Chain, creating new planes of privileges for ransomware to exploit.
Breaking the chain is more vital than ever. Despite this, organizations...
Ivan Milenkovic became the group information security director of Webhelp in January 2020. Six weeks later, the pandemic changed everything. Today, Webhelp is twice the size it was in 2020, and Milenkovic discusses the cybersecurity challenges his team has overcome to support that growth.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss key takeaways from ISMG's recent Government Summit, how hackers siphoned nearly $200 million from cryptocurrency bridge Nomad and how midsized businesses are the new frontier for ransomware.
Is a practicing cardiologist living in Venezuela also a ransomware mastermind? U.S. prosecutors claim Moises Luis Zagala Gonzalez is a cybercriminal polymath. But Zagala's wife says he is innocent and there's a reason for his predicament. "The Ransomware Files" podcast looks at the evidence.
Increased collaboration between the public and private sectors hasn't slowed the increased frequency and ease of ransomware intrusions, but efforts to change the financial incentives of ransomware are having "a pretty good effect," says Marc Rogers, vice president of cybersecurity strategy at Okta.