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US/North America News Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine
MilkyDoor is built to attack an enterprise’s internal networks, private servers, and ultimately, corporate assets and data.
Attackers can intercept login credentials, register keystrokes, spoof data or perform other illegal activities.
Nearly three in four employees (72%) are willing to share sensitive, confidential or regulated company information.
Researchers were able intercept payloads with details of 51 websites used by spammers to sell counterfeit drugs.
This is 24.54% more than in 2015, according to Kaspersky Lab.
85% contain license conflicts
(ISC)2 urges prioritization of workforce development within the pending cybersecurity executive order.
SMSVova can steal and relay a victim's location to an attacker in real time.
57% of respondents are concerned about corporate data on personal and other non-managed devices.
It infiltrates benign programs, hitching a ride to installation on users’ phones. Then it steals banking credentials and card details.
They don't want CISOs’ day-to-day view of threats and trends—which is more analogous to driving tanks through the mud.
On Monday holidays, alerts dip significantly, due to a lack of employees interacting with malicious emails, attachments and links.
A dashboard shows relevant information, including the number of clients and how much money earned.
Wide-open SSH and infrequent software updates plague cloud-based environments.