VPN Lab, known for its alleged wide use by ransomware threat actors, has been shut down. Fifteen servers associated with VPNLab.net were seized or disrupted based on multiple international investigations tying the VPN service provider to cybercrime operations, according to Europol.
With increasing data breaches and ransomware attacks, Nilesh Roy says his top priority is implementing a passwordless environment and securing Spocto's data using its artificial intelligence engine, which processes large amounts of personal financial information without any human intervention.
Where are security practitioners in their zero trust journeys, and what approach to zero trust have they taken? Three experts - Netskope's David Fairman, Exceture's Mario Demarillas, and Petronas' Soumo Mukherjee - share their thoughts in a panel discussion.
New York State Attorney General Leticia James detailed a credential stuffing investigation that showed the compromise of 1.1 million user accounts linked to "well-known" retail operations. The 17 companies involved reportedly agreed to put new measures in place to mitigate cyber risks.
ISMG's global editorial team reflects on the top cybersecurity news and analysis from 2021 and looks ahead to the trends already shaping 2022. From ransomware to Log4j, here is a compilation of major news events, impacts and discussions with leading cybersecurity experts on what to expect in the new year.
LastPass says none of its users accounts have been compromised, although multiple users of the password manager reported receiving email warnings that are normally sent to users who log in from different devices and locations, causing them to think their master passwords had been compromised.
On the cusp of 2022, John Kindervag - the father of the Zero Trust security model - reflects on how the Zero Trust dialogue has evolved in 2021 and makes his New Year's predictions. Will the president's executive order be an accelerator or an anchor? Which myths are ripe to be busted?
Jeremy Grant, coordinator of the Better Identity Coalition, joins three ISMG editors to discuss important cybersecurity issues, including how the Biden administration’s executive order will advance the identity cause, and whether we are any closer to finally abandoning the password.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how the U.S. military has been "imposing costs" on ransomware groups. Also featured: a twist in the case of the Missouri governor vs. an alleged "hacker," and CyberTheory's Steve King on "why Zero Trust?"
With the support of the recent executive order on improving the nation's cybersecurity, Zero Trust strategy is gaining greater recognition. But there is still a degree of resistance to Zero Trust adoption. Dr, Chase Cunningham, CSO of Ericom, discusses this and other issues around Zero Trust.
The problem with decentralized access management, says Manuel Garat, head of IAM at digital travel company Booking.com, is that while you might know who or what needs access to your network, applications and data, you "don't always know who shouldn't have access."
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how cybercriminals are turning to cryptomixing services to conceal the proceeds of ransomware activities from law enforcement officials. Also featured: Criminals exploit a misconfigured FBI server and the future of zero trust.
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