Nate Warfield, CTO at Prevailion, discusses the dangers of focusing on zero-day security vulnerabilities, and how security teams are being distracted from the day-to-day work that prevents most breaches.
Karim Hijazi, founder and CEO of Texas-based cyberintelligence firm Prevailion, says that damaging malware Russia would activate is already in Canada.
Russia’s failures on the battlefield boost the pressure to “cause as much damage as possible” in the cyber domain, a former NSA hacker told Insider.
Cyber criminals from Russia or other countries could retaliate and attack the energy infrastructure of the U.S.
The German subsidiary of the Russian energy company Rosneft reported a cyberattack in mid-March, raising fears of a behind-the-scenes hacking war related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Large-scale phishing activity using hundreds of domains to steal credentials for Naver, a Google-like online platform in South Korea, shows infrastructure overlaps linked to the TrickBot botnet.