European ransomware group strikes US hospital networks, analysts warn
“UNC1878 is one of most brazen, heartless and disruptive threat actors I’ve observed over my career,” Mandiant's Charles Carmakal said.
The lowly DDoS attack is still a viable threat for undermining elections
They won't change votes. But DDoS attacks can stir up a little havoc.
US sanctions Russian government institution in connection with Trisis malware
The sanctions mark the first time any government has publicly connected Trisis to Russia.
Industry alert pins state, local government hacking on suspected Russian group
Temp.Isotope has been implicated in cyber activity targeting the 2019 Ukrainian election and a previous campaign against U.S. energy companies.
US advisory meant to clarify ransomware payments only spotlights widespread uncertainty
Some worry that OFAC didn't anticipate a bilzzard of potential unindented consequences.
Chinese hackers suspected in cyber-espionage operation against Russia, India
The U.S. military and the Department of Homeland Security are actively tracking the effort, which sources say is linked to Beijing.