Feudal Security, a concept popularized by cyber security guru Bruce Schneier, requires organizations to entrust the security of their data and infrastructure to cloud providers.
Two weeks after an international law enforcement effort shut it down and led to charges, indictments and arrests, reports say online crime forum Darkode is back.
NYMag.com was hit with a DDoS attack that lasted about 12 hours and was executed by a man with a vendetta against all things having to do with New York City.
FBI Director James Comey, speaking at the Aspen Security Forum, said that terrorists are mulling strategies for launching cyberattacks against the U.S.
The connection between cybersecurity and a company's bottom line is crystal clear to board members — and they're worried. In fact, more than 80 percent of corporate directors now discuss cybersecurity at most or all boardroom meetings.
Israeli and American federal authorities coordinated to arrest four men who allegedly had an integral part in the cyber attacks on JPMorgan Chase and other financial institutions.
A Morrisons supermarket auditor was sentenced to eight years in prison after leaking the personal information of more than 100,000 staff.
After a FireEye intern was found selling his own custom RAT on a dark web forum, industry experts reemphasize the importance of understanding cybercrime and how to hire the right people.
An Ohio inmate was caught with administrative login credentials for the computer systems at Lebanon Correctional Intuition.
Lauri Love, an Englishman accused of hacking into the U.S. Army, NASA and the Federal Reserve, was rearrested on Wednesday on an extradition warrant.
According to the FBI, the crackdown led to U.S. indictments against 12 individuals, including Darkode's alleged administrator.
A Vietnamese man was sentenced to 13 years in a U.S. prison for stealing and selling the personal information for identify theft.
Walmart Canada has taken down its online photo site and is investigating a compromise that may have impacted 60,000 people.
Instead of jail time, Seth Nolan McDonagh, a.k.a. Narko, was sentenced to 240 hours of community service for his part in one of the the biggest cyber attacks in history.
In a New York federal court, Vladimir Tsastsin admitted his role in the years-long click-fraud operation.
"Operation Kofer," as Cybereason refers to the group, targets European companies with a ransomware campaign that avoids detection through APT group techniques.
The group, Morpho, continues its corporate espionage activities, and has been linked to the 2013 attacks on Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter.
Charles Evens, 26, who hacked into victims' Gmail accounts to obtain nude photos for a revenge porn website, pleaded guilty last week.
Federal investigators have recommended charges be brought against at least one Cardinals employee for the Astros cyber attack.
The Louisiana man, Brian Johnson, was arrested Wednesday following his federal grand jury indictment last week.
Mobile malware jumped 6.4 percent from Q4 2015 to Q1 2015 with half of the malware being financially motivated, a G DATA study showed.
JPMorgan Chase reassigned the executive in charge of network security a year after he was criticized for his handling of a major data breach.
Eric Saldarriaga was sentenced to three months in prison after he hired hackers to access victims' email accounts.
The twins, Muneeb and Sohaib Akhter, face a maximum 50- and 30-year prison sentence, respectively.
Heimdal Security outlined a recent Dridex-spreading spam campaign that tries to trick users into opening a malicious macros-enabled document.
An ATF official is under investigation by the DOJ for allegedly improperly accessing and downloading ATF employee data.
Europol, Ameripol and Interpol collaborated to arrest 130 individuals across 49 countries between June 16 and 17 as part of a global initiative targeting criminals using stolen credit card information to purchase airline tickets,
Although often considered relatively innocuous, click-fraud malware infections could be the start of serious enterprise security issues.
At a SINET Innovation Summit in New York, SEC Commissioner Luis Aguilar said the agency needs to do more and called for more formalized information sharing.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is asking hacked firms to provide details on their breaches where stolen information from emails may have been used for insider trading.
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