A report published Monday by cloud services and CDN (content delivery network) platform Akamai said that the financial services industry is an increasingly popular target fo
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Most organizations have the tools in place to receive notification of attacks or suspicious events. But taking the information gleaned from cybersecurity tools is only step one in handling a security threat.
One of the greatest lessons resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic is to expect the unexpected and proactively prepare for future unknowns.
A database of 487 million WhatsApp users’ mobile numbers has been put up for sale on the Breached.vc hacking community forum. The data set contains information on WhatsApp users from more than 84 countries, the post shows.
The Council of the European Union (EU) has adopted a new cybersecurity directive designed to improve resilience and incident response capacities across the EU, replacing
Judicial and law enforcement authorities in Europe, Australia, the US, Ukraine, and Canada took down a so-called spoofing website that allowed fraudsters to impersonate trusted corporations or contacts in order to steal more than $120 million from victims.
The release of the enterprise version of the encrypted messaging service, announced at AWS re:Invent, is designed to allow secure collaboration across messaging, voice, video and file sharing.
Customer identity and access management (CIAM), a subset of identity access management (IAM), is used to manage authentication and authorization of account creation and login process for public facing applications.
Google recently released a list of YARA detection rules for malicious variants of the legitimate Cob
Cybercriminals are increasingly shifting from automated scam-as-a-service to more advanced info-stealing malware distributors as the competition for resources increases, and they look for new way to make profits, according to a report by Group-IB.
The Common Vulnerability Scanning System (CVSS) is the most frequently cited rating system to assess the severity of security vulnerabilities.
A group of attackers, likely based in Vietnam, that specializes in targeting employees with potential access to Facebook business and ads management accounts, has re-emerged with changes to its infrastructure, malware, and modus operandi after being initially outed