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Department store operator, Sears, and airline operator, Delta Air Lines, announced yesterday that payment card information belonging to some of their customers could have been exposed as part of a data breach at 7.ai.
Phishing attacks continue to wage war against organizations, with 76% of organizations reportedly experiencing phishing attacks in 2017.
As we look back on the security events and trends that shaped 2017, let’s now reflect on what’s expected for the security industry in 2018.
Researchers at Comodo Threat Research Labs claim Q3 saw over four times the amount of malware occurrences as seen in just the previous quarter (97 Million).
PwC security analysts have discovered Chinese APT group KeyBoy back in the wild with new tools and techniques crafted to attack Western organizations.
New research from Clearswift reveals the vast majority of security incidents originate from within the extended enterprise and not as a result of a hacking group.
Anti-virus company, Avast, has found that a server distributing a version of PC utility CCleaner infected with malware may have been compromised in early July.
It’s no secret that insider threats pose a huge risk to organizations globally, but studies show that very little is being done to protect against this threat.
A 48-year-old Lithuanian man by the name of ‘Evaldas Rimasauskas’ was arrest last week by the U.S. Department of Justice for defrauding two renowned U.S. technology companies out of $100 million through sophisticated whaling attacks.
WikiLeaks has released documents detailing BothanSpy and Gyrfalcon, tools supposedly used by the CIA to steal SSH credentials from Windows and Linux systems.