'Chafer' group advances espionage tactics by hacking Windows machines in Middle East
The Chafer group deployed malware known as Remexi to hit a bunch of organizations, including one located in the U.S.
Kaspersky: Physical devices used to steal 'tens of millions' from Eastern Europe banks
Researchers dubbed the scheme "DarkVishnya" and said attackers intruded in-person to plant malicious devices on banks' networks to steal money.
In the opaque world of government hacking, private firms grapple with allegiances
Cybersecurity companies are becoming increasingly capable of burning intelligence collection efforts by governments, But with this new found influence, what responsibilities do they hold?
Russian-linked group tied to Winter Olympics attack is now targeting biochemical researchers
The group that hacked into the IT behind the Winter Olympics has resurfaced.
NIST wants to the federal government to pay more attention to the supply chain
A federal IT standards body has moved to add key supply-chain provisions to its risk management guidance at a time of growing U.S. government concern that Russian and Chinese companies pose a threat to national security.
ZooPark malware targets Android users though Telegram, watering holes
A newly uncovered cyber-espionage campaign targets Android users in the Middle East and North Africa, according to Kaspersky Lab.