Meet Money Taker, the latest hacking group tied to Russian cybercrime
Group-IB believes Money Taker is an entirely new, previously unknown hacking group.
Survey: About a quarter of small businesses say they have cyber insurance
Fewer than one-in-five small businesses believe they are at risk of being hacked and — perhaps as a result — only 26 percent say they have cyber insurance, according to a new survey.
Banking-focused phishing scheme hits inboxes in wake of Equifax breach
It's no surprise that hackers are actively attempting to impersonate legitimate banking companies as they communicate with clients about suspicious account activity.
The business models behind ATM malware empires
Sophisticated criminal operations have strategic vision and perhaps even insider help.
The leaked NSA hacking tools keep showing up in criminal schemes
In practice, EternalBlue will allow a hacker to quickly compromise multiple computers on a shared network as long as they are all similarly running dated Microsoft software.
Researchers steal bitcoin by exploiting SS7 vulnerabilities
The new research follows years of warnings and a significant hack against German banks last year.