Thoma Bravo to spend $3.8 billion on Sophos in private equity's latest cyber deal
This comes amid a period of ongoing consolidation in the cybersecurity industry.
Why are cyber insurers incentivizing clients to invest in specific vendors?
Insurers are exploring cybersecurity as an area with growth potential.
Notorious FIN7 crooks have new malicious code up their sleeves
It's the latest sign that FIN7 is resurgent.
AIG says its cyber insurance plans don't cover criminal acts; wants lawsuit tossed
It's the latest dispute between an insurer and client over whether a plan can cover losses incurred by online fraud.
Magecart strikes more than 2 million websites as more groups get involved
Scammers seem only to be accelerating their attacks as attention grows.
Shareholders allege FedEx covered up damages caused by NotPetya attack
FedEx didn't account for remediation when it said the NotPetya ransomware attack would cost roughly $400 million, according to the suit.
Two Methbot suspects set to plead guilty as alleged ringleader maintains his innocence
The men are two of the three who were extradited to the U.S. within the last year.
Russian hacker to plead guilty in connection with 2014 breach at JPMorgan Chase
Authorities extradited Andrei Tyurin to the U.S. from Georgia last year.
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.
FIN7's IT admin pleads guilty for role in billion-dollar cybercrime crew
Fedir Hladyr plead guilty to wire fraud and conspiracy to commit computer hacking.