Last year, before the onset of the Russia-Ukraine war, nearly 75% of cryptocurrency payouts for ransomware went to Russia, according to a study conducted by Chainanalysis. Let that sink in a moment.
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The Cyberspace Solarium Commission 2.0 released its most recent report on June 02, 2022.
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The 32nd edition of the annual security event RSA Conference (RSAC 2022) kicks off on June 6, allowing a fresh breed of security vendors to showcase their capabilities.
Leaked internal chats from the Conti ransomware gang suggests the group has been researching and developing code to compromise the Intel Management Engine (Intel ME), the out-of-band management functionality built into Intel chipsets.
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If one was to look into the Federal Court’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) one would see that more than 130 separate lawsuits have been filed against the U.S.
Climate change may not be an issue synonymous with cybersecurity, but there is a growing need for the security sector to recognize and address the impact a changing climate is having.
As we head into the unofficial start of summer, it does not appear the criminal groups that run ransomware schemes are planning to take any time to rest
The lawyers continue to gather their billable hours as the legal tussle between data science company hiQ Labs and LinkedIn plays out in the United States federal courts.
If you have a traditional domain, it’s time to audit your Active Directory. In fact, it’s probably way past time. You probably have accounts that have been unchanged for years and might not have reviewed settings or registry entries.