28 08, 2017
Why old vulnerabilities are still able to wreak havoc on enterprises and network worms are back in style
27 06, 2017
Petya (or NotPetya) spread quickly across Europe and the US, affecting business, government agencies and critical infrastructure
14 06, 2017
Another Microsoft Patch Tuesday party yesterday, fixing lots of vulnerabilities that have been exploited in the wild — with some really stellar exploit names
15 05, 2017
In 2017, the Skybox Security Research Lab predicted a new business model, distributed cybercrime, which it predicted would result in a global malware outbreak. WannaCry was an example of such an outbreak.
6 03, 2017
How did we get to a point where ransomware could force a major hospital to operate entirely on paper or a major city to provide public transit rides for free? The answer: lots and lots of easy money.
22 02, 2017
It may only be a POC, but LogicLocker is teaching a valuable lesson on the risks distributed cybercrime pose to critical infrastructure
19 10, 2016
Angler, Nuclear and Neutrino are dead – long live RIG!
25 02, 2016
Newly surfaced ransomware is infecting on a mass scale, and its “user friendliness” is pointing to the growing trend of malware as a service
18 02, 2016
Hollywood Presbyterian pays $17K to cybercriminals after crypto-ransomware locks employees out of network. Joins a string of businesses who find themselves cyber hostages and have paid the price.