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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/13/2019
Wakefield Research has published its Webroot-sponsored report, The Cyber Hygiene Risk Index, in which they make evaluations about Americans and their habits.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/9/2019
Turla is a Soviet-backed threat actor that has been in action over the last decade. Those behind it have also been called Waterbug, Snake, WhiteBear, VENOMOUS BEAR, and Kypton.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/8/2019
Recently, ransomware aimed at individuals has receded from last year's high levels. But that doesn't mean that it has gone away.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/6/2019
Qakbot, also known as Qbot, is a Trojan that has been seen since 2008. It tries to steal login credentials and eventually drain bank accounts. Qakbot has long utilized scheduled tasks to maintain persistence between bootups.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/2/2019
Kaspersky Security has come up with a detailed look at the MuddyWater APT which targets governmental and telco targets in the Middle East (Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon) along with nearby regions (Azerbaijan, Pakistan and Afghanistan).
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Marzena Fuller Chief Security Officer, SignalFx, | 5/2/2019
Given my experience with building and managing security programs at fast-growing, successful startups, I am often asked how to "bootstrap" security programs.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 4/26/2019
The enterprise looks like a piggybank for cyber criminals these days. The Malwarebytes Labs Cybercrime Tactics and Techniques Q1 2019 report (PDF) found in just one year, threats aimed at corporate targets have increased by 235%. Trojans, such as Emotet, and ransomware were the most likely attacks.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 4/22/2019
Confiant has spotted the known threat actor eGobbler back in action. This group is well-known for attempting its campaigns around holidays, which is when it assumes there will be increased consumer traffic.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 4/19/2019
Israeli-based Cyberint has found evidence of remote access Trojans (RATs) being used in attacks on financial entities in the United States as well as worldwide.
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