In this election security drill, Massachusetts cops battle hackers to protect the vote
Police in Massachusetts gathered last Thursday to practice responding to cyberattacks from an adversary bent on disrupting the democratic process.
Hacker honeypot shows even amateurs are going after ICS systems
Cybereason's honeypot shows that the hacker world is really, really interested in ICS.
The line between adware and malware has become increasingly blurred, researcher finds
New research by Israeli company Cybereason shows a secretive advertising technology firm, had developed and spread a covert piece of software that can manipulate browsers, track users' activity and forcefully load digital advertisements.
Japanese businesses are the latest victims of attacks disguised as ransomware
The incident underscores a trend; elite hacking groups appear to be increasingly disguising their operations by disrupting an organization's business processes.
The evolution of destructive cyberattacks
Greg Otto talks with Sam Curry, Cybereason CISO, on how destructive cyber attacks have rapidly increased over the past year and whether it will lead to the determination of global norms.
Israeli startup Cybereason gets $100M series D funding
The firm, founded by veterans of the Israeli Defense Forces cyberwar force Unit 8200, has raised $100 million series D money from its partner, customer and existing funder, the Japanese tech-finance giant SoftBank Corp.