Chinese-linked APT10 has been active in the Philippines, researchers say
In recent years the group has compromised organizations in the U.S., Europe, and Japan.
National Security Council cyber chief: Criminals are closing the gap with nation-state hackers
“They’re not five years behind nation-states anymore, because the tools have become more ubiquitous,” Grant Schneider says.
SamSam outbreak led to FBI restructuring, top official says
The notorious ransomware forced the FBI to rethink how the bureau tackles cyber investigations.
Tenable CEO blasts 'smoke and mirrors' of cybersecurity industry
“It’s an industry that has fed and continues to feed, to a large extent, off of fearmongering,” Tenable CEO Amit Yoran told CyberScoop.
Researchers paint different portraits of hackers behind Ryuk ransomware
Analysts poring over Ryuk are coming to different conclusions, highlighting the subjective side of cyberthreat studies.
Right country, wrong group? Researchers say it wasn’t APT10 that hacked Norwegian software firm
The hack of Visma was done by APT10, according to Recorded Future and Rapid7. Or was it? Other researchers say it had all the hallmarks of another China-linked group, APT 31.