Yesterday’s news about the Equifax hack hit every major news outlet with reports of up to 143 million customers affected and was amplified throughout social media. Readers might remember a similar attack struck Equifax’s competitor, Experian …Continue Reading →
From the Stuxnet and WannaCry hacks to the BlackEnergy and Flame malware, prominent energy sector threats have entailed exploits of zero-day vulnerabilities. Zero-day use illustrates how valuable hackers view energy networks.
Energy sector hackers, often …Continue Reading →
While computers aren’t new to doctors’ offices, their use for tracking patient records has been both controversial and challenging. Paper records don’t require electricity, aren’t susceptible to malware threats and don’t need servers. Yet, as …Continue Reading →
UPDATE: Sept. 6: The BluVector Threat Team obtained the malicious Word Document from VirusTotal (.docx – md5: 97414e16331df438b2d7da0dad75a8d5) and ran it through BluVector. BluVector successfully identified it as malicious with a confidence of 0.99999.
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As May 12, 2017 dawned, healthcare staff and patients began arriving at the U.K.’s National Health System (NHS) facilities for what many expected to be a routine day of medical treatments for conditions ranging from …Continue Reading →
Despite billions of dollars and operational continuity in the healthcare at risk, the industry is stymied by both a lack of answers and resources required to adequately defend themselves. Per a May 2016 study from …Continue Reading →
Destructive malware sounds redundant, like “serious crisis” or “end result.” In fact, it is the latest advancement in malware that takes the already cunning ways in which polymorphic malware enters and hides within a computing …Continue Reading →
Time to declare game over in the cybersecurity game
Cyber threats are simply evolving faster than the solutions created to prevent them. Left vulnerable, organizations are often forced to clean up the aftermath of a …Continue Reading →
As news of the latest global malware called Fireball has been reported by publications including InfoSecurity Magazine, we were concerned. Based on several reports, the Fireball malware has infected up to 20% of corporate networks …Continue Reading →
Cyber threats are growing far faster than traditional cybersecurity tools or mere humans. So how will organizations catch up? Automation and machine learning are the keys to future successes against these evolving threats.
Because machine …Continue Reading →