North Korea to blame for string of Latin America bank hacks, insiders say
A string of devastating bank hacks across Latin America all carry North Korean fingerprints, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.
Playing nice? FireEye CEO says U.S. malware is more restrained than adversaries'
Malware used by the United States in offensive cyber-operations plays “nice” when compared to other nation-state malware, according to FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia.
U.S. industry experts call for vigilance after Trisis group goes global
U.S. critical infrastructure operators should be on high alert following the revelation that a hacking group that caused a Saudi industrial plant to shut down last year is targeting facilities outside of the Middle East, industry experts told CyberScoop.
Fake 'Fortnite' apps for Android spread adware, cryptojackers and spyware
Keep the pwnage on the battlefield, not in your call logs and text messages.
Chrome malware targets cryptocurrency, spreads through Facebook's Messenger
A phishing scam via Facebook Messenger has led to the spread of "FacexWorm."
‘Orangeworm’ hacking campaign hits X-ray and MRI machines
A newly disclosed hacking campaign has infected multinational healthcare firms through malware that has threatened X-ray and MRI machines, cybersecurity firm Symantec warned.