An analysis of counterfeit code signing certificates found that while usage is rising, the amount being charged by the malicious vendors is currently high enough from stopping the service from going mainstream.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the city of Allentown, Pa., are in the process of digging themselves out from two separate cyberattacks that hit in the last few weeks.
The University of Virginia Health System is letting almost 2,000 patients know that their health records may have been exposed when an unauthorized third party gained access to a computer several years ago.
Companies opted for AI, machine learning for defense, while attackers used encryption in 2017: Cisco
The on-going battle between cyberattackers and those tasked with defending their company's ramparts resulted in cybercriminals adding encryption to their bag of tricks to keep their activities hidden, while the good guys placed more faith in artificial intelligence and machine learning as a defensive measure.
Savannah, Ga., is still in the process of recovering from a malware attack that took place last week that forced the city to shut down part of its computer system in an attempt to limit damage.
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