North Korea issues blanket denial to US hacking accusations
The statement comes after American officials laid out specific evidence against suspected hackers.
FBI, DHS to go public with suspected North Korean hacking tools
The report drops on the third anniversary of the WannaCry attack, which the U.S. blamed on North Korea.
Why the Norsk Hydro attack is a 'blueprint' for disruptive hacking operations
A year on, a researcher asks: Could the Norsk Hydro attack have been state-sponsored?
Known bugs and predictable phishing are behind your average security incident, IBM says
There's so much available in cybercrime forums that scammers don't need to be very creative, the X-Force team found after examining billions of incidents.
Researchers set up a mock factory network — and watched the criminals rush in
It doesn't have to be real for criminals to want to pwn it.
Experts urge organizations to address festering critical Citrix flaw
“We have a working exploit, and it took us under a day to develop it,” one security expert told CyberScoop.
How agencies can leverage their CDM data to improve operational awareness
By capturing ‘data-to-everything,’ agencies are gaining new insights from CDM tools that go well beyond their security posture, say security experts.
Windows 7 end-of-life is coming. How much should you worry?
Ultimately, it is a conversation about risk, and more specifically, how much risk is an organization willing to assume.
BlueKeep is back. For now, attackers are just using it for cryptomining
The hacking has finally begun, and so far, it’s gone off with a whimper, not a bang.
North Korean government hackers sanctioned by U.S. Treasury
The U.S. Treasury Department is sanctioning three North Korean hacking groups it says are backed by Kim Jong-un’s regime.