It looks like the insurance industry is getting into the cyber security sector, but instead of protecting an organization or individual from getting hacked; they will be providing specialized insurance policies to help
Published on: October 12th, 2017
Paolo Del Nibletto
Security professionals were able to lock down certain points of attack in 2016, but cyber criminals found a way in through different methods, according to network security company SonicWall's 2017 Annual Threat Report.
How does your salary compare to that of a "Ransomeware Boss"? New research on Russian hackers from security intelligence firm Flashpoint suggests that, on average, those use malware to extort money from victims
Remember the Hacking Team? The notorious Italian company that made millions selling spyware to other countries seems to be fazed by little, including being accused of helping oppressive governments or even by having
Just last week, CDN reported on Kaspersky Lab's identification of Poseidon Group, an entity that uses malware and extortion-like tactics to coerce victims into contracting it as a security firm, all within the scope of legality.
How closely should security vendors work with law enforcement? Kaspersky Lab has said that its research team has identified Poseidon Group, an entity that uses malware and extortion-like tactics to coerce victims into contracting