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Why is Emotet So Popular and Who is it Targeting Now?

Insights

Why is Emotet So Popular and Who is it Targeting Now?

The malware previously described by DHS as the most destructive ever is surging yet again. Why is Emotet so popular and who is it targeting now?

6 of the Best Malicious Life Cybersecurity History Stories from 2019

Insights

6 of the Best Malicious Life Cybersecurity History Stories from 2019

To close out the year and celebrate seventy episodes of Malicious Life, we’re listing the best cybersecurity podcast episodes we’ve released in 2019.

Is Cyber Retaliation from Iran Imminent?

Insights

Is Cyber Retaliation from Iran Imminent?

We are three days into 2020, and the world is already on high alert. Yesterday evening, the US government killed prominent Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani in an overnight airstrike at the Baghdad airport.

Mobile Malware: From Consumer Fraud to Enterprise Espionage

Insights

Mobile Malware: From Consumer Fraud to Enterprise Espionage

The data is telling us that it’s time to secure mobile, and yet our understanding of these threats is severely lacking.

Election Hacking

Guides

Election Hacking

How credible is the threat, and how do we stop it?

How Geopolitical Events Will Change Cybersecurity in 2020

Cybersecurity

How Geopolitical Events Will Change Cybersecurity in 2020

As we enter the New Year, we need to keep in mind how nation state evolution, new targets, and security vendor stagnation will serve as motivation for hackers.

How to Prevent the Next Big POS Breach

Malware

How to Prevent the Next Big POS Breach

A new malware discovered in October called Anchor is being used to target financial, manufacturing, and retail businesses across North America and Europe. The threat actor has been leveraging Anchor and TrickBot together to infect, explore, and exploit high-value targets that implement point of sale systems.

Dropping Anchor: From a TrickBot Infection to the Discovery of the Anchor Malware

Hacking

Dropping Anchor: From a TrickBot Infection to the Discovery of the Anchor Malware

Cybereason Nocturnus detected a series of targeted attacks against high-profile targets that uses a new variant of Anchor_DNS and a new malware dubbed Anchor.

Phoenix: The Tale of the Resurrected Keylogger

Next Generation Antivirus

Phoenix: The Tale of the Resurrected Keylogger

Cybereason’s Nocturnus team is tracking a new keylogger gaining traction among cybercriminals called Phoenix. Read about it and its reception in the underground here.

The Higher-Ed Security Challenge: Fully Protecting an Open Network

Case Study

The Higher-Ed Security Challenge: Fully Protecting an Open Network

Security teams at universities face a difficult task: how to reconcile full cybersecurity protection with an open IT environment.