Advanced hackers use Fortinet flaws in likely attempt to breach government networks, feds warn
The attackers could be using the bugs to access “key networks" as part of data-exfiltration or encryption attempts, officials said.
Military leaders on partnerships that drive modernization strategies
In a panel discussion, IT leaders from the U.S. Army, Air Force and Coast Guard share how industry partnerships are helping them speed cloud delivery during the pandemic.
Defenders need to increasingly rely on agility in cyberspace
Recent events of 2020 have taught CISOs important lessons defending against agile cyber-adversaries building and executing cyberattacks.
Threat intelligence increasingly depends on AI
But artificial intelligence still requires time to learn as adversaries grow in size and sophistication, a security expert says.
An executive perspective: The evolution of security and networking
Fortinet co-founder and CEO Ken Xie discusses the future of scalable cybersecurity and network architecture.
Possible APT attacks against Ukraine expand to target journalists, researchers say
Previous research into Gamaredon determined that hackers included Russian phrases that, when translated into English, insulted Americans.