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There is no question about it. Cybercrime can be a very lucrative career choice—if you don’t mind participating in illegal activity or the possibility of getting arrested.
I hate to do this but consider the following thought exercise: Transport yourself back to fall 2020 when literally the entire world was waiting for a COVID vaccine.
Whether we wish to admit it, the way the internet is used is in the midst of a major morph due to the consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russia is moving to cut off internet access to Ukraine and to limit internet access to its own populace.
Cybersecurity and risk expert David Wilkinson has heard some executives put off discussions about risk acceptance, saying they don’t have any appetite or tolerance for risk.
Ransomware group LAPSUS$ has claimed to have breached the internal systems of cloud-based authentication software provider Okta.
Every six months, FortiGuard Labs publishes an updated Global Threat Landscape Report.
Anyone who follows cybersecurity is aware of the steady drumbeat of data breaches and attacks. So, an attack needs to really stand out to earn the name "disaster."
The sharp increase in funding and mergers-and-acquisition (M&A) activity in the cybersecurity industry over the last year has brought into focus the challenges that organizations can run into when their vendor is acquired by or merges with another company.
Codenotary, a software supply chain security provider, has announce
Is the time right for a unified lexicon of known tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) used by insiders who opt to break trust with their employers? MITRE thinks so and has positioned itself to serve as the locus for insider threat knowledge.