File Integrity Monitoring Blog
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The government of Puerto Rico has publicly announced that its Industrial Development Company has fallen victim to an email phishing scam.
The website of Smith & Wesson was targeted by digital skimmers last week as they planted malicious code designed to steal customer payment card information.
Macy's has begun notifying some of its online customers that their payment details have been compromised due to Magecart code that compromised parts of their website.
Japanese media firm, Nikkei, was recently scammed out of $29 million dollars after an employee fell for a classic business email compromise (BEC) attack.
Trend Micro released a report today detailing the increase in the monetization of IoT attacks.
Wikipedia was knocked offline in several countries after being hit by a coordinated Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack over the weekend.
A survey recently conducted by Deloitte and Dragos found that less than a fifth of security professionals are confident in their ability to secure Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices.
File Integrity Monitoring gives analysts a problem. While they all wholeheartedly endorse this critical security control, none can agree where it should reside in terms of the already-defined technology sectors.
So where has the Magic Quadrant for FIM gone?
Cabarrus County, North Carolina was recently targeted in a business email compromise (BEC) scam which resulted in the loss of $2.5 million.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams have increased in volume and value over the last two years, with new data showing cybercriminals make over $300 million per month from US victims alone.