Can software vendors block a notorious criminal group’s attacks? MITRE wants to find out
First Cozy Bear, now FIN7.
How the suspected Equifax hackers covered their tracks
At one point Justice Department personnel considered issuing a subpeona for Equifax documents.
Scammers are trying to exploit coronavirus concerns to breach companies
Phishing attempts come with a Microsoft Word document that activates a strain of malicious software, AZORult, which allows attackers to make off with sensitive data.
Forescout goes for $1.9 billion in private-equity acquisition
The deal is expected to close in the second quarter of this year.
Netskope raises another $340 million from venture capital crowd
The company says it's valued at "nearly $3 billion," but declined to share the exact figure.
Maze ransomware spree continues amid advisories from French, FBI officials
Officials have tied at least some of the Maze attacks to a group known only as TA-2101.
500,000 victims pummeled in multi-stage BitBucket malware scheme
The number of malware types deployed is "unprecedented," according to Cybereason.
AIG must cover client's $5.9 million in cyber-related losses, judge rules
AIG had cited multiple clauses in its policy to argue against paying, though the court ruled the tactic did not count as "bad faith."
Duo CEO Dug Song: We have to make security simple
"We need to re-design our security experiences and workflows into things that can easily be adopted by users," Song says. "Because if there’s friction, they will find a different path."
Security tools still among the fastest-growing apps in corporate America
KnowBe4, Jamf, and Splunk saw huge growth.