A financially motivated threat actor called Blind Eagle returned from its hiatus and is conducting an ongoing campaign directed at Spanish-speaking targets in the banking industry in Colombia and Ecuador. The hacking group appears to have updated its tools and infection chain.
The U.S. attorney in New York has established a task force to trace and recover funds missing from FTX and manage probes related to the firm's collapse. The team comprises prosecutors with expertise in securities and commodities fraud, money laundering and asset forfeiture and cybersecurity.
Posing as leading banks, the North Korea-backed BlueNoroff group is evading Microsoft Windows' Mark of the Web security measure to help infect machines with malware. Hackers are refining their techniques for bypassing MOTW, which warns users when they try to open a file downloaded from the internet.
U.S. law enforcement arrested and charged the hacker who exploited Mango Markets with fraud and market manipulation. The man earlier claimed that the $110 million hack on the decentralized finance platform had been merely a "highly profitable trading strategy."
An Ohio software developer that attempted to use business insurance to pay for a 2019 ransomware attack was stymied by the Ohio Supreme Court. The justices unanimously decided for Owners Insurance Company against greater Dayton-based EMOI, writing that the developer didn’t experience physical loss.
A salute to the career of Johnson & Johnson CISO Marene Allison leads this week's Information Security Media Group Editors' Panel, which also reviews essentials for implementing a zero trust strategy and the use of banking standards to regulate blockchain-based digital assets.
Data management, supply chain assurance and regulatory evolution are among the topics touched upon in this look at the year ahead with Troy Leach, chief strategy officer of the Cloud Security Alliance. Find out what trends Leach is watching and the predictions he makes for 2023.
Web3 companies are under attack by cybercriminals all year. After a compromise occurs, how should organizations respond? In Part 2 of this interview, Martin Derka of Web3 security firm Quantstamp discusses short-term and long-term mitigation steps and how to defend against cryptocurrency theft.
Before the newly spotted AxLocker ransomware crypto-locks systems, it steals Discord tokens, which can be sold on cybercrime markets. Among Discord's many users are cryptocurrency and NFT enthusiasts, and experts say the stolen credentials facilitate attempts to socially engineer them.
As they turn their attention to identity-focused attack surfaces, threat actors are identifying on-premise and cloud-hosted Active Directory (AD) environments as primary targets.
For most enterprises, AD is the central repository for all accounts and systems within the network, and it is responsible for all...
Banks are getting better at catching a wide range of scams targeted at customer accounts, but they are still struggling with stopping authorized payment fraud through peer-to-peer payment companies such as Zelle, says David Pollino, former divisional CISO with PNC Bank.
Trade-related services resumed Monday at Central Depository Services Ltd. in India, days after trading was suspended during a cyberattack Friday. All pending trades have now been settled, though brokers report some continued IT issues. The service says it appears that no data has been compromised.
On the heels of the recent FTX financial meltdown came the theft of millions of dollars that left thousands of investors, exchanges and others in the lurch. Hugh Brooks of CertiK shares the status of data that FTX stores, the role of regulations and best cybersecurity practices for crypto exchanges.
On the heels of the recent FTX financial meltdown came the theft of millions of dollars that left thousands of investors, exchanges and others in the lurch. Hugh Brooks, director of security operations at CertiK, shares how the funds may have been stolen and what happens next.