Fresh Attack Vectors Found for Stagefright Android Flaw
In addition to MMS, devices can be infected using malicious video files that auto-play when opening a website, or via malicious apps or MP4 files.
Sophos Reports $113.3Mn in Revenue for FY Q1
In its first earnings report since becoming a public company, Sophos Group said that its adjusted revenue grew 24.7% year over year in the latest quarter.
1.5Mn Affected In Medical Information Engineering Hack
Several healthcare providers were affected by the attack, including local companies and national outlets, and the federal government.
SANS Announces Recruitment Fair for Top Infosec Candidates
Institute will train up 40 applicants ready to step into a job
Negligent Employees Cost Firms $1.5m – Report
Raytheon claims IT staff spend three hours each day dealing with incidents
Blackphone 2 Boosts Enterprise Credentials with Android for Work Support
Latest version of secure smartphone will be available in September
Google Embarks on UK Online Security Program
Google to embark on a UK-wide security roadshow after revealing that over a quarter of people in the country have been a victim of hacking or targeted by hackers
Potao Trojan Served Up by Russian TrueCrypt Site
ESET report reveals five-year targeted attack campaign
Russian Cyber Underground Goes From Strength to Strength
Trend Micro report highlights increasing sophistication and professionalism
Wassenaar Arrangement Goes Back to the Drawing Board
Rethink for controversial export pact designed to limit sale of intrusion software
Blue Coat Bows Endpoint Intelligence Ecosystem
Bit9 + Carbon Black, Countertack, Digital Guardian, Guidance Software, Promisec and TripWire are all foundding members.
New Stagefright-esque Android Flaw Can Kill 50% of Devices
An exploit can render a phone apparently dead: silent, unable to make calls and with a lifeless screen