Emerging Threats: Egregor

Since their discovery in September 2020, Egregor has racked up a long list of victims, notably taking credit for hacking Barnes & Noble and the game developers Ubisoft and Crytek.

The Health Care Ransomware Prevention Guide

Ransomware sucks, especially when its victims are in the business of helping others, and are prevented from that mission by losing access to their...

‘Black Masks’ and COVID: Examining the assault on health care

"Black Mask" healthcare hackers are increasingly attacking hospitals and other healthcare providers due to their vulnerability during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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BluVector Threat Report, Q1 2020: COVID-19 And Carrots

Threats for Q1 2020 were dominated by two central themes: Coronavirus/COVID-19 and state-sponsored attacks. While each in their own categories can inflict...
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PhishLabs: Insurance lures referencing COVID-19 on the rise

We've already written about the broader increase in misinformation and social engineering attempts as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses across the country and...

Increasing COVID-19 Cyberattack Preparedness

As precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19 disrupt organizations, especially the rapid conversion of their normally on-site workforce to remote roles, the potential...

What Is Destructive Malware?

Destructive malware sounds redundant, like “serious crisis” or “end result.” In fact, it is the latest advancement in malware that takes the...

Malware-as-a-Service Makes Attacks Easier

Criminally minded people with a few Bitcoin and a will used to have very few options if they decided to get into...