It's official, the US is now considering ransomware attacks equivalent to terrorism when it comes to investigative priority. Not surprising given the rise in successful attacks against critical targets supporting infrastructure in the
The Microsoft Exchange vulnerability debacle, which has been reported on to extensively by The Hacker News, Krebs on Security, Threat Post, and others does not seem to be going away any time soon.
From the US District Attorney’s Northern District of Texas Office – We learned this past week that insider threats are still a serious risk to organizations and their customers. A technician
Brian Krebs has a great piece over at his Krebs on Security blog about “…Why Credit Card Fraud is Still a Thing.” The answer is can be summed up is
The Hacker News is running several interesting articles related to information security and COVID-19 as they relate to emerging threats. Specifically, the threats that a newly mobilized remote workforce faces when many of
Security Week reports that Microsoft has suffered a mishap with a handful of its Elasticsearch databases causing approximately 250 million customer support records to be exposed. While financial information for these clients was