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Carbon Black Refutes Claims of Flaw in its EDR Product

Endpoint security firm responds to DirectDefense's report, noting that the information was shared voluntarily via a feature in the product that comes disabled by default.

Two Iranians Face Charges for Computer Hacking, Credit Card Fraud

Federal prosecutors charged two Iranian nationals with identity theft and use of stolen credit card numbers as well as threatening to expose the breach to one of the victim's customers.

New Consortium Promotes Proper Data Sanitization Practices

The International Data Sanitization Consortium (IDSC) will create guidelines and best practices for sanitizing data on hardware devices.

Konni Malware Campaign Targets North Korean Organizations

For at least three years, an unknown threat actor has used the RAT to steal data and profile organizations in North Korea.

The Patching Dilemma: Should Microsoft Fix Flaws in Older Tech?

When researchers find vulnerabilities that leave older systems exposed, should the software giant create patches or encourage upgrades? Experts weigh in.

67% of Malware Attacks Come by Way of Phishing in Second...

During the second quarter, cyberattacks soared 24% worldwide with phishing attacks playing a large role and Adobe Flash one of the favorite attack targets, according to a report released today by NTT Security.

67% of Malware Attacks Came via Phishing in Second Quarter

During the second quarter, cyberattacks soared 24% worldwide with phishing attacks playing a large role and Adobe Flash one of the favorite attack targets.

WatchGuard Acquires Authentication Provider Datablink

WatchGuard looks to expand its security offerings into authentication solutions for small- to midsize businesses and enterprises with a distributed workforce.

HBO Data Dumped, Hackers Demand Millions

Attackers who reportedly stole 1.5TB of data from HBO release a second data dump and demand millions in ransom.

Automating Defenses Against Assembly-Line Attacks

A manual approach just won't cut it anymore. Here's a toolset to defeat automation and unify control across all attack vectors to stop automated attacks.