In his spare time, ransomware expert Allan Liska recently became a certified sommelier. Branching out from his day job as principal intelligence analyst at Recorded Future, Liska says he's found numerous parallels between the deductive tasting process and threat intelligence.
The war between Russia and Ukraine isn't an abstract concern for SecurityScorecard CEO Aleksandr Yampolskiy. It's a deeply personal one since Yampolskiy, who is now a U.S. citizen, grew up in Russia and rode the train to Ukraine every summer to visit his grandmother.
Former Rockwell Automation CISO Dawn Cappelli discusses the mission of the new Dragos OT-CERT - a cybersecurity resource designed to help industrial asset owners and operators build their OT cybersecurity programs, improve their security postures and reduce OT risk - and her role as its director.
Cyber adversaries are embracing defense evasion, triple extortion, wiper malware and the accelerated exploit chain, and that is significantly reshaping the threat landscape that CISOs have to deal with, according to Derek Manky, head of Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs.
While adversaries are often still using many of the same old methods and exploits to compromise their victims, the exposure and consequences of these attacks are becoming increasingly damaging, says Bryan Ware, CEO of LookingGlass Cyber Solutions. He discusses how to keep ahead of the adversaries.
The Cyber Threat Alliance just celebrated its fifth birthday, and President and CEO J. Michael Daniel says the membership and information sharing both are growing at an impressive pace. He discusses the surge in ransomware and how organizations should respond.
Obtaining threat insight is like practicing judo - you want to use your attacker's power against them, says Chris Borales, senior manager of product marketing at Gigamon. He and Tom Dager, CISO of Archer Daniels Midland Company, discuss how to keep pace with the evolving ransomware landscape.
New CEO Bryan Ware plans to leverage LookingGlass' nascent attack surface management capabilities to capture clients in verticals such as pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and utilities. The company tapped former CISA leader Ware to serve as its next CEO following the acquisition of Next5.
In the latest weekly update, editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the White House warning about escalated cyberthreats from Russia, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on the healthcare sector and why combating SIM swap fraud remains challenging.
IT officials from Ukraine continue to call out alleged Russian cyberattacks. This comes as hacktivists have taken matters into their own hands in the digital underground. Also: NATO pledges additional cyber support, while President Joe Biden urges U.S. governors to bolster defenses.
Why didn't Russia unleash major cyberattacks against Ukrainian critical infrastructure ahead of its invasion troop advance? While theories abound, some experts warn that, unfortunately, this war and its cost to human life is only set to get worse.
CISA and the FBI issued a joint advisory pointing to Russian state-sponsored activity using WhisperGate and HermeticWiper malware to target Ukrainian organizations. CISA also updated the Shields Up webpage to include new recommendations for corporate leaders and actions to protect critical assets.
In 2021, there was a spike in cybercrime, and the focus changed for threat actors from several countries, particularly Russia and China. Cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike provides an overview of the changes, analyzes the takedown of Russian threat actor REvil and adds to its list of adversaries.
In a report published Monday, Symantec's Threat Hunter Team outlines a specific Russian cyberespionage campaign conducted on a Ukrainian network in 2021 - which comes as Russia has amassed 100,000 or more troops at Ukraine's eastern border while it reportedly mulls invasion
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is reportedly warning that the U.S. could witness a retaliatory cyberattack at the hands of Russia if it decides to respond to the latter's potential invasion of Ukraine, where 100,000 or more troops have been amassed for weeks.