Forcepoint CEO: Stop focusing on tech and start focusing on people
"We have to start thinking about people and data, and not necessarily infrastructure,” Matt Moynahan said at the Cybersecurity Leadership Forum.
Red-teaming by DHS 'quietly and slowly' uncovers agency vulnerabilities
The Department of Homeland Security is looking to expand a program that breaks into federal networks and tells agencies how it was done, says Rob Karas, the official leading the exercises.
London police seize over $667,000 in bitcoin from convicted hacker
The sentencing judge described Grant West as “a one-man cybercrime wave.”
Pakistani military leverages Facebook Messenger for wide-ranging spyware campaign
The malware, dubbed Stealth Mango and Tangelo, appears to have successfully compromised government officials, medical professionals and civilians around the world.
How AI is being leveraged for social engineering attacks
ZeroFox's Phil Tully talks with Greg Otto on ways that artificial intelligence can read various social media channels in order to craft highly personalized phishing attacks.
Fed contractors aren't using DMARC, new study finds
Just one of the 50 biggest federal IT contractors have adopted an important email security measure to guard against phishing, according to a new study.