[SecurityWeek] How Threat Response is Evolving

As adversaries changed their view of an attack to include vectors across an organization, defenders have had to evolve their approach as well. This is best captured by Mark Harris from Gartner who observed that adversaries have shifted their focus of attacks from infecting files to infecting systems and now to infecting the entire enterprise. Previously, I talked about how this has impacted our approach to threat detection.

read more

Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

You might be interested in …

[HackerNews] A New Spyware is Targeting Telegram and Psiphon VPN Users in Iran

All posts, HackerNews

Threat actors with suspected ties to Iran have been found to leverage instant messaging and VPN apps like Telegram and Psiphon to install a Windows remote access trojan (RAT) capable of stealing sensitive information from targets’ devices since at least 2015. Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, which pieced together the activity, attributed the campaign to an […]

Read More

[ZDNet] Attacks on critical infrastructure are dangerous. Soon they could turn deadly, warn analysts

All posts, ZDNet

Tech analyst Gartner reckons there’s a hefty bill on the horizon for organizations as cyberattacks become physical, and that people could be hurt or killed. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

Read More

[HackerNews] Critical Bug Reported in NPM Package With Millions of Downloads Weekly

All posts, HackerNews

A widely used NPM package called ‘Pac-Resolver’ for the JavaScript programming language has been remediated with a fix for a high-severity remote code execution vulnerability that could be abused to run malicious code inside Node.js applications whenever HTTP requests are sent.  The flaw, tracked as CVE-2021-23406, has a severity rating of 8.1 on the CVSS vulnerability […]

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.