Threatpost talks to Phil Neray with CyberX about Tuesday’s ransomware attack on aluminum producer Norsk Hydro, and how it compares to past manufacturing attacks like Triton, WannaCry and more.
Forward-thinking predictions for the year ahead from some of the cybersecurity industry’s wisest minds.
In this Newsmaker Interview, ‘breach hunter’ Chris Vickery explores a recent spate of breaches from Marriott, USPS and Dell EMC.
Why manufacturing and logistics are especially challenged.
The DoJ said a DPRK spy, Park Jin-hyok, was involved in “a conspiracy to conduct multiple destructive cyberattacks around the world.”
Production lines were halted for two days, and the effects to the global supply chain for mobile phones could be felt for the third quarter and beyond.
InfoSec Insider Justin Jett shares his opinions on how to avoid false positive security threat fatigue before sets in and companies drop their guard.
The emails claim that all of the victim’s devices have been hacked and infected with the infamous ransomware — and then ask for Bitcoin to “fix” it.
The Feds say Marcus Hutchins is behind both the UPAS Kit backdoor and the Kronos banking trojan.
Microsoft president Brad Smith at RSAC 2018 said more than 30 companies will oppose government cyberattacks on “innocent civilians.”