Agari's John Wilson doesn't just fight email fraud schemes - he also is the occasional target. What have the fraudsters inadvertently taught him about their latest tactics? And how can these lessons help organizations to improve their defenses? Find out in this video interview.
Cybercriminals wielding Locky crypto-locking ransomware are ramping up their assaults, especially in the healthcare sector, according to FireEye. Attackers are distributing less banking malware and more ransomware, researchers say.
The Global Cyber Alliance is taking on small projects to come up with solutions to big cyber risk problems. "It's essentially using a startup approach to a much bigger problem," CEO Phil Reitinger, who will keynote the upcoming ISMG New York Fraud and Breach Summit, says in this interview.
Deception technology is gaining prominence with top organizations around the world. As more practitioners join the active defense bandwagon, is your organization ready? Smokescreen Technologies' Sahir Hidayatullah shares some insights to get you going.
Hyderabad-based Shriram Life Insurance is alleged to have suffered a huge breach involving over 50 GB of critical data, including customer information. The reported attackers threatened to sell the data for 50 bitcoins.
The FBI is warning U.S. businesses to beware of business email compromise scams focused not just on creating fraudulent wire transfers, but also stealing personally identifiable information. Experts, however, are criticizing the FBI's alert as being too little, too late.
As insider channels increasingly become the vector through which attackers gain unauthorized access to data, organizations must look at context-aware security to understand user behavior and prevent data leak, says Naveen Gurusiddaiah of Micro Focus.
Security leaders discuss advanced persistent threat challenges facing enterprises, providing insights on how to identify and stop targeted attacks. They suggest appropriate mitigation techniques for advanced threat protection.
Cybercrime alert: In March, 93 percent of all phishing emails studied contained ransomware designed to forcibly encrypt PCs, says PhishMe chief operating officer Jim Hansen. In an interview, he offers insights on how to respond.
Just six months after law enforcement agencies coordinated a takedown to disrupt online banking credential theft linked to the banking Trojan Dridex, the malware has re-emerged with new attack tactics and new targets, researchers say. U.S. bank accounts and businesses are now primary targets.
The Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigations report finds malware, ransomware and phishing attacks are more common than ever and creating even more damage. Organizations are continuing to get exploited via vulnerabilities that are months or even years old, forensics expert Laurance Dine explains in this interview.
Last year, the information security community witnessed some of the world's most devastating data breaches resulting from deadly malware strains and carefully executed phishing attacks. PhishMe's research team spent the last 12 months compiling the latest phishing intelligence and malware trends into an executive...
PhishMe has been collecting and aggregating phishing threat and simulation data since the launch of the Simulator service in 2008. With this report, we hope to share our experiences and insights on employee behavior as it relates to the simulated phishing attack scenarios.
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