NotPetya superficially resembles the Petya ransomware in several ways, but there are a number of important ways in which it's different, and much more dangerous.
Kaspersky Lab says APT groups have already successfully some financial institutions in Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, and Vietnam.
Industry and government cybersecurity experts offer advice for protecting business assets and reputation in an increasingly dangerous cyber threat landscape.
Neustar's Global DDoS Attacks and Cybersecurity Insights Report also found that it now only takes one attack to breach a firm's defences.
When individuals and departments bypass IT to acquire cloud services and apps, IT and security teams are blind to the security vulnerabilities and compliance issues they present.
Here's how to go beyond raw numbers to qualify threats and prioritise risks.
Reminds banks to compete implementation of multi-factor authentication techniques for sensitive communications and/or high risk transactions.
81 percent of IT professionals in the republic lack confidence that all former employees and employees changing roles have had their accounts changed or removed, in a timely manner.
Digital rights group Access Now award Attorney-General for "failing to recognise the critical importance of encryption".
Further university partnerships also on the cards, bank confirms.
David Stewart of SAS Security Intelligence Practice shares why and how banks in the Asia Pacific region should leverage analytics to combat and prevent fraud.
PIKOM: Industry players ramp up security measures in the wake of CyberSecurity Malaysia’s alerts.
The country has capability to attribute malicious cyber activity.
With blockchain-based KYC, the banks will be able to record, share, and access customer information (with client’s consent) in a single platform, which is protected with advanced cryptography.
Yes, password length and complexity matter, but only if you apply those qualities to the proper security context.
The move translates to better customer service while ensuring data security.
In Singapore, the industrial, consumer discretionary, and IT sectors were found to be most exposed to cyber risks.
McAfee's report also highlights a new type of malware that leverages and manipulates the social media, which could influence the way we perceive news value and truth.
How much security risk can an organisation accept before it’s on very thin ice?
Stolen government hacking tools, unpatched Windows systems, and shadowy North Korean operatives made WannaCry a perfect ransomware storm.