Notorious hacker Phineas Phisher claims to have netted hundreds of thousands of pounds sterling in a 2016 hack of the Cayman National Isle of Man Bank. Here's how he did it and why it's cause for concern.
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Boeing's poor information security posture threatens passenger safety, national security, researcher says
The aircraft maker failed to perform minimum due diligence in securing its networks, then tried to cover it up, security researcher Chris Kubecka tells Aviation Cyber Security conference attendees.
Dino Dai Zovi tells Black Hat audience to embrace a culture where security is everyone's job and risks are shared. Automation with feedback loops also key to solving security challenges at scale
Avoid the siren song of big data and collect only what you need. This is the big takeaway from a 200-million record direct marketing list.
Mimikatz is a leading post-exploitation tool that dumps passwords from memory, as well as hashes, PINs and Kerberos tickets.
The Doomsday Clock, once a ritual feature of the Cold War, warns that cybersecurity issues like IoT and cyber-enabled information warfare endanger humanity.
Letting old domain names expire might save a few bucks a year, but lets attackers register your old domain and pretend to be you.
Deepfakes swap celebrities' faces into porn videos and put words in politicians' mouths, but they could do a lot worse.
Shiny buttons that go "ping!" considered harmful.
You need to apply Meltdown and Spectre patches to pretty much everything in your enterprise. And you need to start now. We help you prioritize.
Android and iOS devices are vulnerable to the latest hardware security flaw, and not all are easily patched. The good news: Exploits are hard (maybe) and so far none are known.
AWS's new GuardDuty and Macie offerings unleash the power of machine learning to secure your data. Are they right for your enterprise?