Remarks of David J. Redl Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information Forum Europe: Artificial Intelligence 2018 Brussels, Belgium October 18, 2018. –As Prepared for Delivery– Thank you. It’s great to be here in Brussels to disc…Continue Reading
. Posted on Author Cyber Security Review Researchers have uncovered the Octopus Trojan in a wave of cyberattacks being launched against diplomatic entities across central Asia.
According to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab, the targeted campaign has u…Continue Reading
The National Security Agency has developed and licensed a tool that works to prevent unauthorized access to computers, routers and phones. NSA it granted licensing rights to the open port protector through agency’s Technology Transfer Program. The tool…Continue Reading
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A recently observed cyber-espionage campaign targeting South Korea, the Unite…Continue Reading
By Bill Harp Reader Columnist. Countless dangers lurk in the cyber landscape: Public opinion tampering through social media and forums is one of the least understood aspects. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Reddit, Tumblr, Google+ and LinkedIn h…Continue Reading
MPOWER 2018 – McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company, today at MPOWER 2018 released a report announcing the discovery of a new cyber espionage campaign targeting South Korea, the United States and Canada. The new campaign uses a data reconna…Continue Reading
Recent events have demonstrated that cyber threats pose a challenge unlike any other. Cyber has transformed the world in which we live, from the use of capabilities in battlespace operations in military warfare, to cybercrime, state-sponsored hacktivis…Continue Reading
Eset, a top IT security software company, has uncovered a new cyber threat focuses on espionage and reconnaissance, quite possibly in preparation for future cybersabotage attacks. Named GreyEnergy by Eset, this threat actor is a successor to the BlackE…Continue Reading
A recently observed cyber-espionage campaign targeting South Korea, the United States and Canada is reusing malicious code previously associated with state-sponsored Chinese group APT1, McAfee reports. Exposed in a Mandiant report in 2013 and also know…Continue Reading
A newly discovered first-stage implant targeting Korean-speaking victims borrows code from another reconnaissance tool linked to Comment Crew, a Chinese nation-state threat actor that was exposed in 2013 following cyber espionage campaigns against the …Continue Reading