NSS Labs files antitrust suit against multiple cybersecurity vendors
The company alleges that CrowdStrike, Symantec and ESET as well as the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization conspired to restrict testing of products.
Symantec offers political campaigns service to guard against website spoofing
That threat is a prime concern given the numerous political candidates that are running websites with limited budgets.
Analysts expect Lazarus Group to evolve, clean up opsec
In crossing the threshold of unmasking an alleged Lazarus Group member, the Justice Department showed the efficacy of combining private digital forensics with the long arm of the law.
Newly uncovered 'Leafminer' hacking group hitting wide array of Middle Eastern targets
The newly uncovered group uses a mix of custom and publicly available malware tools to breach targets in order to steal data.
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?
Chinese hacking group resurfaces, targets U.S. satellite companies and systems
The attackers, dubbed "Thrip" by analysts, have reemerged after they seemingly went underground for more than two years.