As Smartphones Become a Hot Target, Can Mobile EDR Help?

Lookout Security debuts a mobile endpoint detection and response offering that will integrate into its mobile security platform. Lookout Security today announced the addition of endpoint detection and response (EDR) to its mobile security platform, a move intended to help protect enterprise smartphones from a wave of malicious apps, vulnerabilities, malicious URLs, and phishing attacks … Continue reading As Smartphones Become a Hot Target, Can Mobile EDR Help?

US Counterintelligence Director & Fmr. Europol Leader Talk Election Security

The US counterintelligence lead joins a former Europol cyber chief to discuss modern election threats and the benefits of public-private collaboration. Nations worldwide have faced the challenge of maintaining trustworthy elections in the face of evolving cyberthreats. As the United States rapidly approaches its 2020 presidential election, officials are concerned about how to best protect … Continue reading US Counterintelligence Director & Fmr. Europol Leader Talk Election Security

25% of BEC Cybercriminals Based in the US

While the US is known to be a prime target for BEC attacks, just how many perpetrators are based there came as a surprise to researchers. A new analysis of business email compromise (BEC) attacks reveals the global footprint of BEC activity: Twenty-five percent of perpetrators behind these threats are located in the United States. … Continue reading 25% of BEC Cybercriminals Based in the US

FIN11 hackers jump into the ransomware money-making scheme

FIN11, a financially-motivated hacker group with a history starting since at least 2016, has adapted malicious email campaigns to transition to ransomware as the main monetization method. The group runs high-volume operations, lately targeting companies primarily in North America and Europe from almost every industry sector to steal data and to deploy Clop ransomware. Recent … Continue reading FIN11 hackers jump into the ransomware money-making scheme

Intel’s Ice Lake Xeon processors get new security features

Intel today revealed the data security and privacy upgrades that will be introduced to the upcoming 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors code-named Ice Lake and specifically built to power data center platforms. "Intel is doubling down on its Security First Pledge, bringing its pioneering and proven Intel Software Guard Extension (Intel SGX) to the … Continue reading Intel’s Ice Lake Xeon processors get new security features