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Chinese hackers deploy new malware to hinder Barracuda ESG remediation efforts

Chinese hackers deploy new malware to hinder Barracuda ESG remediation efforts

A Chinese cyberespionage group hacked Barracuda Email Security Gateway (ESG) appliances through a zero-day vulnerability until May. They have now rushed to deploy new malware implants on victims’ devices once the attack was discovered and remediation efforts started. The group is tracked as UNC4841, and based on its target selection and espionage focus, it’s suspected … Read more

Evaluating SOC-as-a-Service providers? Assess these 5 attributes.

Evaluating SOC-as-a-Service providers? Assess these 5 attributes.

Today’s security teams are under enormous pressure. Organizations continue to embrace digital transformation initiatives, expanding the digital attack surface that security teams are responsible for safeguarding. Environments are more complex and interconnected than ever, requiring teams to contend with a high volume of alerts, tedious tuning exercises, and repetitive manual processes. Meanwhile, the evolution of … Read more

The key to securing your cloud perimeter

The key to securing your cloud perimeter

As organizations transform how they conduct business–from embracing IT and OT to pursuing remote work initiatives–many are harnessing the cloud to advance their operations. And while the cloud undoubtedly offers businesses numerous benefits, it also expands an enterprise’s attack surface and introduces new security challenges. Organizations must establish strong security controls across their entire network, including … Read more

NCSC issues warning over chatbot cyber risks

NCSC issues warning over chatbot cyber risks

British officials are warning organisations about integrating artificial intelligence-driven chatbots into their businesses, saying that research has increasingly shown that they can be tricked into performing harmful tasks. In a pair of blog posts due to be published Wednesday, Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said that experts had not yet got to grips with … Read more

QVANTUM Expands into the US Market, Empowering Precise Workforce Planning with Customized Cost Solutions

QVANTUM Expands into the US Market, Empowering Precise Workforce Planning with Customized Cost Solutions

QVANTUM, an innovator in agile corporate planning solutions, today announced that it is expanding further into global markets by introducing its service portfolio of customized workforce cost planning options to organizations across the United States. Collaborating with workforce planning and controlling specialist, Christian Fritz, QVANTUM has developed a practical use case that empowers businesses to … Read more

Qakbot infrastructure dismantled in multinational cybercrime takedown

Qakbot infrastructure dismantled in multinational cybercrime takedown

The United States FBI and the Justice Department have announced a multinational operation involving actions in the US, France, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Romania, and Latvia to disrupt the botnet and malware known as Qakbot, taking down its infrastructure. The action represents the largest US-led financial and technical disruption of a botnet infrastructure leveraged … Read more

How CISOs can shift from application security to product security

How CISOs can shift from application security to product security

Whether you call it shift-left security, baked-in security, or security-by-design, forward-thinking enterprises today understand that they need to make security a consideration throughout the entire lifecycle of not just individual applications but the business product that they support. To do this, an increasing number of enterprises are using product security teams and product security officers … Read more