New Microsoft Word zero day used to spread 'lawful intercept' malware, analysts say
A well-funded spy group appears to have recently acquired a highly-sophisticated zero day vulnerability to deploy a remote access trojan, developed by infamous surveillance technology firm FinFisher, against a Russian-speaking "entity."
Report: New ransomware found in targeted attacks against health care industry
A unique variant of ransomware that appears to have been designed for and used against healthcare companies was recently uncovered by security researcher with cybersecurity firm Proofpoint.
Fake FCC statement posted to agency's website stokes security worries
Uploading files to FCC.gov is an easy way to make a fake statement look more legitimate.
Hurricane Harvey scammers use disaster as phishing bait
US-CERT reminds the public that disasters are always magnets for scammers.
Most large companies don't use standard email security to combat spoofing
Only a third of the Fortune 500 use decade-old DMARC to stop their email domain from being impersonated by hackers
Cybersecurity vendors lag badly on DMARC email security, survey shows
Only 1 in 4 of the cybersecurity companies exhibiting at the celebrated Black Hat conference this week have implemented a set of best practices to prevent email spoofing and phishing.