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Credential phishing attacks skyrocketing, 265 brands impersonated in H1 2022

Abnormal Security released a report which explores the current email threat landscape and provides insight into the latest advanced email attack trends, including increases in …

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Cisco has been hacked by a ransomware gang

U.S. networking giant Cisco Systems has been hacked, the company confirmed on Wednesday, after Yanluowang ransomware operators claimed the attack on their leak site. …

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Stolen credentials are the most common attack vector companies face

60% of IT security decision makers believe their overall security strategy does not keep pace with the threat landscape, and that they are either lagging behind (20%), …

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Simplifying legal entity identification in the digital age

As the world’s legal entities rush to digitize their processes and transactions, confidence in digital authenticity is in short supply. Thankfully, a single, open and …

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Using the random motion of electrons to improve cybersecurity

In October 2017, Yahoo! disclosed a data breach that had leaked sensitive information of over 3 billion user accounts, exposing them to identity theft. The company had to …

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Language-based BEC attacks rising

Armorblox released a report which highlights the use of language-based attacks that bypass existing email security controls. The report uncovers how the continued increase in …

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GM, Zola customer accounts compromised through credential stuffing

Customers of automaker General Motors (GM) and wedding planning company Zola have had customer accounts compromised through credential stuffing, and the criminals have used …

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Password reuse is rampant among Fortune 1000 employees

SpyCloud published an annual analysis of identity exposure among employees of Fortune 1000 companies in key sectors such as technology, finance, retail and telecommunications. …

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Why managing and securing digital identities is a must

In this video for Help Net Security, Julie Smith, Executive Director of the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA), talks about how IDSA and National Cybersecurity Alliance …

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Mars Stealer malware pushed via Google Ads and phishing emails

Cybercriminals trying to foist the Mars Stealer malware onto users seemingly have a penchant for one particulat tactic: disguising it as legitimate, benign software to trick …

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Attackers using default credentials to target businesses, Raspberry Pi and Linux top targets

Findings from a Bulletproof report highlight the issue posed by poor security hygiene as automated attacks remain a high security threat to businesses. The research gathered …

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How to contain a privileged access breach and make sure it doesn’t happen again

When attackers pull off a privileged access breach, they have a beachhead into your network. Regardless of whether it’s software or users that are ill-protected, threat actors …

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