A fired Stradis Healthcare employee sought revenge by tampering with shipping data for desperately needed healthcare PPE.
Several Ticketmaster executives conspired a hack against a rival concert presales firm, in attempt to ‘choke off’ its business.
“Insider threat” or “human error” shows up a lot as the major cause of data breaches across all types of reports out there. But often it’s not defined, or it’s not clearly defined, so people conjure up their own definition.
While the industry focus is on vehicle hacking, when it comes to the automotive industry cybercriminals are opting for less complex and sophisticated attacks – from phishing to ransomware.
Amazon notified customers and law enforcement of the insider-threat incident this week.
A Tesla employee was reportedly approached by a Russian national and asked to install malware on the company’s systems.
Former Cisco employee Sudhish Kasaba Ramesh admitted to accessing Cisco’s cloud infrastructure and deleting 16,000 Webex Teams employee accounts.
Remote work is opening up new insider threats – whether it’s negligence or malicious employees – and companies are scrambling to stay on top of these unprecedented risks.
A former Defense Intelligence Agency analyst leaked classified information to two journalists – one of whom he was dating – shedding light on insider threats.
Insider threats, the CIA’s bad security policies, and malicious Chrome extensions were the topics of discussion during this week’s news wrap podcast.