According to Lee, “It’s vital that the security community think critically and evaluate various options when faced with complex scenarios. This is true for any personnel in our field. The FOR578: Cyber Threat Intelligence course helps practitioners develop these skills and expands them into complex topics such as adversary intrusion and campaign analysis, tradecraft and […]

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We see it in the news everyday: social media accounts falling victim to cybercriminals and everyday devices connected to the internet, such as cars, under threat of cyberattacks by hackers. Cybersecurity is an issue that affects everyone in Indiana – from small business entrepreneurs to policy makers at the State Capitol.  For aerospace and defense […]

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HITRUST, a coalition of industry stakeholders collaborating to better secure protected health information, has teamed with data security vendor Trend Micro to enhance the cyber threat sharing capabilities of the HITRUST Cyber Threat XChange, which collects, analyzes and distributes cyber threat information. The organizations will build the HITRUST Cyber Threat Management and Response Center to […]

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The next big threat facing the enterprise is destructive malware disguised as a simple ransomware attack, according to Kaspersky Lab’s APT Trends report for Q2 2017, released Tuesday. The report also noted the rise of attacks targeted at energy companies, and a growing complexity of cyberespionage efforts. The concept of destructive malware disguised as ransomware […]

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U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler says the suspect used what is known as “sextortion” – getting sexually explicit images from a victim through threats of violence. (Photo by Drew Daudelin) Police and federal officials Monday announced an arrest has been made in a two-year-old case out of Plainfield. 26-year-old Buster Hernandez, from Bakersfield, California, has been […]

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Imagine two groups at war. One defends every attack as it comes. The other anticipates threats before they happen. Which is more likely to win? In cybersecurity, understanding the potential for attacks is critical. This is especially true for mobile and wireless devices, since they are constantly connected and continuously streaming and collecting data. “We […]

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British organisations could face fines of up to £17m, or 4% of global turnover, if they fail to take measures to prevent cyber-attacks that could result in major disruption to services such as transport, health or electricity networks. But the proposals, which are being considered as part of a government consultation launched on Tuesday, say […]

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