The Mirai DDoS attack that took down a slew of prominent websites last Friday was most likely initiated by users from hackforums[.]net and not a nation-state or cybercriminal organization, according to FlashPoint.
After a two week break that saw few Locky ransomware attacks, the Cisco Talos research team discovered a new variety that sports not only a scatologically named extension for the encrypted files and another reference that insults Linux.
A recent study found closer integration between organizations' security and DevOps is needed in order to better bake security into their products.
A recent study found that law enforcement may be able to deter teen cybercrime by treating hackers like addicts.
Thai telecommunication companies are bristling at a proposed law that would criminally punish ISPs for computer crimes perpetrated by their users, and place the burden of proof on these providers to defend themselves.
Data Breach Blog
Katy Independent School District (ISD) in Texas is alerting select students that their information may have been compromised by a third-party vendor.
Most people have not realised the importance of protecting their mobile devices from malware attacks by cyber-criminals according to Europol's European Cybercrime Centre.
SC Spotlight Feature
October 2016 Product Reviews
When we look back on the state of forensics over the years, we see a convergence of single point solutions to single point problems.
Cyber intrusions are continuing unabated with no end in sight, and the industry is split on what new methods are necessary to combat advanced threats, says Endgame's Mark Dufresne.
In the complex corporate security environment, automation is increasingly the "go-to" answer for organizations lost in a sea of alerts, logs and data.