Tag: malware

Who’s Impacted by TA505 and Why It Matters

While threat actors like Cozy Bear and Fancy Bear get a lot of attention, there is another While threat actors like Cozy Bear and Fancy Bear get a lot of attention, there is another sophisticated crime actor that companies need to be watching out for.The group is called TA505 and it is believed to be […]

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Masquerading as Card-Skimmers: Are Attackers Doing More with Magecart?

While Magecart is well known as a malware hacking groups use to inject card-skimming scripts into e-commerce platforms, Prevailion researchers have detected many compromises with Magecart that suggest the malicious actors are not actually going after credit card data.  According to public data breach records, the credit card information of organizations from British Airways to […]

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Human Fallibility: A Threat that Flows Through Your Entire Downline

Earlier this year Dark Reading published a six part series, “Cybersecurity and the Human Element: We’re All Fallible,” in which the authors examined common mistakes of end users as well as the potential repercussions of human error. All signs supported their claim that we are indeed all fallible. Human beings are vulnerable to exploitation, but […]

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What’s Missing in Third-Party Risk Assessments

Assessments are important. You’d be hard pressed to find any cybersecurity professional who would argue they aren’t needed, but the problem with third-party risk assessments is that they are far from comprehensive. Understanding the hygiene and potential vulnerabilities of an organization is incredibly important. But it doesn’t reveal the full picture.  Point-in-time assessment of an […]

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