This hacking group with suspected ties to the Vietnamese government is wreaking havoc
Known as APT32 or OceanLotus the group has been actively conducting cyber-espionage missions against valuable corporations, foreign governments, dissidents and domestic journalists since at least 2014, according to new research conducted by cybersecurity firm FireEye.
Russia-linked hackers impersonate NATO in attempt to hack Romanian government
An elite hacking group linked to the Russian government masqueraded as a NATO representative to send a barrage of phishing emails to diplomatic organizations in Europe, including Romania’s Foreign Ministry of Affairs, documents show.
This elite cybercrime group is wreaking havoc on the U.S. restaurant industry
Chipotle is just one of a slew of businesses targeted by a sophisticated hacking group with suspected ties to cybercrime gangs operating in Eastern Europe.
A company in transition, FireEye sees surprise boost in revenue
FireEye is turning to more flexible subscription software-as-a-service model based largely on a single platform.
Iran-linked hackers used Microsoft Word flaw against Israeli targets, security firm says
The hacking group, dubbed OilRig by security researchers and believed to be tied to Iranian intelligence services, utilized a software flaw that allows attackers to execute a remote computer intrusion to take full control of a target device while leaving little or no trace, said Michael Gorelik, vice president of Israeli security firm Morphisec.
Millions hit with banking malware using new Microsoft Word zero day
Millions of email users were affected by a hacking campaign exploiting a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft's Office suite of software applications — just days after it was controversially made public by cybersecurity outfit McAfee.