McAfee Labs has homed in on a new attack targeting critical infrastructure that they call 'Operation Sharpshooter.' However, while there is technical overlap with the Lazarus Group, there's also the possibility of a false flag operation.
Following a Bloomberg report that found hackers implanted specialized chips in its motherboards, Supermicro claims an audit has cleared the company of wrongdoing.
While the latest disclosure does not seem to have leaked any data, it accelerates Google+'s demise.
For years, IT could rely on various checklists to ensure that systems and infrastructure were in compliance with various government regulations. The cloud has upended that structure, and a new, more automated approach is now needed.
The ASERT Team at NetScout has published a report that details a campaign dubbed "Stolen Pencil," which targeted universities and other academic groups. A North Korean-backed group is suspected of starting it.
ARCHIVED | August 31, 2017, 3pm EDT
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