Hacking group Asylum Ambuscade, which security researchers say aligns with Belarusian government interests, has an "unusual" twist: It appears to be mixing cybercrime - focused on banking and cryptocurrency customers - with cyberespionage, including attacks targeting Ukraine.
One of many impactful ways organizations using MDR can benefit is reducing their time to detect and respond from typically 280 days to as little as a few minutes – thereby dramatically reducing the impact of an event.
This Infographic focuses on the top 5 reasons on why MDR should be the top priority for every...
Gartner anticipates that by 2025, 50% of companies will be using MDR for threat monitoring, detection, and response.
According to this report, implementing MDR can benefit any organization by:
90% reduction in time to detect high-risk threats that require investigation;
95% reduction in time to...
According to a recent survey report it is found that 97% of Indian organisations find the execution of some essential security operation tasks, such as threat hunting, challenging.
As the adversaries are turning to highly evasive methods to facilitate and execute their attacks, this practice of hunting malicious...
The nature and sophistication of cyberthreats are evolving all the time and the IT team at Chitale Dairy led by Mr Chitale, believes their existing IT security infrastructure needs to step up to secure and defend a rapidly changing threat landscape.
This case study gives insights into why cybersecurity experts goes...
A threat actor is using a custom-made backdoor to target organizations operating in South and Southeast Asia. Sectors at immediate risk include government, aviation, education and telecommunications. The Lancefly ATP group uses custom-written malware that Symantec's Threat Hunter Team calls Merdoor.
While historically the origin of most business email compromise (BEC) attacks has been West Africa, residing in Nigeria certainly isn’t a requirement for BEC attackers. Indeed, the subject of this report is a sophisticated threat group based in Israel.
The group is unique in that they impersonate executives and...
U.S. authorities revealed the Russian man behind a two-decade span of abetting cybercriminals' theft of credit cards, dismantled his online infrastructure and offered a hefty reward for information leading to his arrest. Prosecutors say the man, Denis Kulkov, ran a service now known as Try2Check.
The pandemic brought about notable shifts in technology and cybersecurity. It also widened the attack surface, making it bigger than ever before. This change is driven by factors such as hybrid workplaces, cloud migration and SaaS dependencies, according to SANS Institute's Ed Skoudis.
Apple users: Don't fear newly discovered samples of LockBit ransomware designed to target newer macOS devices. Researchers say the still-in-development code, tied to no known in-the-wild attacks, contains numerous errors, leaving it unable to execute.
Microsoft has issued fixes for 114 vulnerabilities, including patching a zero-day flaw being actively exploited by a ransomware group and updating guidance to block a vulnerability from 2013 that was recently exploited for the software supply chain attack on 3CX users, attributed to North Korea.
A crew of English-speaking European teenagers with a variety of skills and knowledge of Greek and Roman mythology are likely behind an up-and-coming cybercrime group called FusionCore. Group leader "Hydra" in March shared a screenshot of a malware dashboard set to display Sweden time by default.
The FBI and other national police are touting an operation that dismantled Genesis Market, a marketplace used by ransomware hackers and bank thieves to gain ongoing access to victims' computers. Genesis Market since 2018 offered access to more than 1.5 million compromised computers around the world.
Stung by the FBI's infiltration and takedown of the Hive ransomware group, other ransomware operators have been retooling their approaches to make their attacks more effective and operations tougher to disrupt, says Yelisey Bohuslavskiy, chief research officer at threat intelligence firm Red Sense.