Malware

Where Are All the Threat Hunters?

Fewer than a fifth of organizations have a dedicated threat hunting team.

Cyber ‘Intrusion Campaigns’ Increasingly Target Utilities

Here are malicious behaviors CIOs can look to help prevent a disruption.

Only Two-Thirds of Federal Domains Meet Email Security Deadline

The government still plans to reach near 100 percent compliance in the “near future,” DHS official says.

Attention Federal Agencies: DMARC is Not a Silver Bullet for Email Security

DMARC is just one small piece to the very complicated email security puzzle.

Half of Government Domains Set to Make Email Security Deadline

It’s been one year since DHS mandated agencies adopt the anti-spoofing email security tool.

Get Your Federal Team In Sync With Zero Trust Security

Adopting a Zero Trust architecture solves the “flat network” problem that helps attackers move undetected inside corporate networks so they can find and exfiltrate sensitive data.

Phishing Is the Internet’s Most Successful Con

Tricking people out of sensitive information online is far too easy.

Government Leads Industry in Anti-Spoofing Email Protection, Report Finds

A higher percentage of federal domains are protected by DMARC than in the tech or banking sectors.

Tomorrow’s Intelligent Malware Will Attack When It Sees Your Face

IBM researchers have injected viruses with neural nets, making them stealthier and precisely targetable.

Russian Military Spy Software is on Hundreds of Thousands of Home Routers

In May, the Justice Department told Americans to reboot their routers. But there's more to do — and NSA says it's up to device makers and the public.

Computers Have Found a Better Way to Spot Emailed Malware, Researchers Say

Somehow no one thought of applying machine learning to malicious email in exactly this way. But the results are big.

Google Chrome Feature Guards Users From Spectre Attacks

Site isolation helps keep most of your data out of reach from hackers looking to exploit the Spectre vulnerability.