Dyreza Trojan Targeting IT Supply Chain Credentials
September 29, 2015
The Dyreza Trojan long ago ceased its exclusive focus on stealing banking credentials, and has been blamed for its part in attacks against Salesforce.com customers, webhosts and registrars, online retailers and many more.
Will the US-China Cybersecurity Pact Work?
September 29, 2015
The new cybersecurity agreement signed by U. S. President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping last week marks a significant first step for both governments to join forces in clamping down on commercial espionage in the cyberspace
Curbing the For-Profit Cybercrime Food Chain September 25, 2015 Security specialists need to change the game and shift gears, instead of focusing on protecting their users and systems, they should narrow their sights on trying to shake up cybercrime’s seedy underbelly.
More regulations necessary for APAC Cybersecurity
September 25, 2015
With hacking services easily available online, the region should assess the need for more stringent policies to improve its security posture as well as encourage businesses to belt up.
Millions of UK emails on global virus plotters’ hitlist September 12, 2015 British cyber-security experts have uncovered a trove of hundreds of millions of email addresses being used as a hitlist by criminals stealing financial data from banks, government bodies and other corporates.
CYBER INTELLIGENCE EUROPE 2015 September 10, 2015 Don’t miss out on our amazing opportunity to attend our 3rd annual Cyber Intelligence Europe conference & exhibition in Bucharest, Romania on the 28th – 30th September 2015.
Arrests Tied to Citadel, Dridex Malware September 7, 2015
Authorities in Europe have arrested alleged key players behind the development and deployment of sophisticated banking malware, including Citadel and Dridex.