CrowdStrike files to go public after losing $140 million last year
The company aims to raise as much as $100 million in the IPO, according to a regulatory filing submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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.
For foreign hackers, 2018 was all about subtlety, CrowdStrike says
Russian hackers need just 19 minutes to move through breached networks, the cybersecurity company said.
North Korea could accelerate commercial espionage to meet Kim's economic deadline
Kim Jong Un's New Year message was clear: it's time to develop the economy.
Ryuk ransomware shows Russian criminal group is going big or going home
A subset of a Russian hacking group has raked in $3.7 million since August using Ryuk.
DOJ indictment spotlights China’s civilian intel agency – and its hacker recruits
In unsealing charges against 10 Chinese nationals, the Department of Justice showed its focus is on China’s Ministry of State Security.