State Department pledges $8 million more in cybersecurity aid to Ukraine
The U.S. has increased cyber aid to Ukraine after Russia-linked cyberattacks on power grids in 2015 and 2016.
Can software vendors block a notorious criminal group’s attacks? MITRE wants to find out
First Cozy Bear, now FIN7.
How would MITRE’s popular cyberattack framework apply to industrial control systems?
The ATT&CK framework should account for the “full gamut of adversary behavior,” says one of the lead cybersecurity engineers who helps maintain the popular document.
MITRE asks vendors to do more to detect stealthy hacks
APT29 is the muse, but the evaluation is also about ensuring that products can detect "living off the land" techniques.
Experts advocate for 'ATT&CK' as go-to framework to share threat intel
MITRE and other "ATT&CK" advocates say the framework is ballooning as a popular way for people performing different roles in cybersecurity to speak the same language.
House panel rips CVE contracting and oversight policies
The industry-wide program for naming and documenting vulnerabilities suffers from fluctuating funding and insufficient oversight, according to a House panel.