At the Security Analyst Summit this year in Cancun, FireEye’s Marina Krotofil talks about the Triton malware, first disclosed in December 2017, that targets industrial control systems.
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As investigations continue about the backdoor that was planted in CCleaner, Avast said it has found that the actors behind the attack were planning to install a third round of malware on compromised computers.
Researchers have uncovered a new cyber-espionage threat that uses MikroTik routers as a springboard to launch attacks within a network.
A vulnerability recently found in several robots on the market can enable hackers to cause them to stop working, curse at customers, or even perform violent movements as part of ransomware attacks.
Lookout researchers discussed Dark Caracal’s implications for APT actors in the mobile space and why its now a juicy target.
Malware found on POS systems at Applebee’s restaurants potentially stole customer credit card information.
More than half of businesses have faced IoT-related attacks, yet only a third consider IoT cyber security “very important.”
Equifax said that an additional 2.4 million Americans have been impacted by a 2017 data breach, bringing the total of those implicated to around 148 million people.
A new strain of mobile malware found on an array of apps can pull out sensitive data – including audio recordings – from Android phones.
Researchers say cyrptojackers are bypassing ad-blocking software in an attempt to run in-browser cyrptocurrency miner Coinhive.