This report examines the top vulnerabilities present in the United States financial services sector over the month of November.
What to watch out for leading into the 2024 election season It is hard to reflect on cyber “lessons learned” from 2022 without incorporating impacts from the war in Ukraine. Commercial, unclassified intelligence was key to predicting the imminent Russian invasion. Cyber activities were indicative of future kinetic activities on the battlefield. Ukraine also showed […]
From InformationWeek: “The rise of ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) is just one marker in the emergence of a more organized and professional class of ransomware gangs focused on new ways of monetizing ransomware beyond encryption, including double and triple extortion.”
Per Dark Reading, enterprise security teams can add three more ransomware variants to the constantly growing list of ransomware threats for which they need to monitor.
Bryan Ware, LookingGlass CEO, quoted in Politico coverage about SICI legislation being left out of NDAA.
Historically, the U.S. government has relied almost solely on its own intelligence analysis to inform strategic decisions. This has been especially true surrounding geopolitical events and nation-level cybersecurity situations. However, the explosion of assets being connected to the internet, along with the fact that most critical infrastructure is owned by private sector organizations, means that […]
Despite National Security Concerns, the Chinese app Continues to Chip Away at Silicon Valley’s Market Share
Ransomware gangs were hyper-focused on organizations in the U.S. in the first half of 2022, according to a report released by LookingGlass Cyber Solutions on Monday
As ransomware’s prevalence has grown over the past decade, leading ransomware groups such as Conti have added services and features as part of a growing trend toward professionalization.