Emerging malware campaigns and other cyber threats dominated this week's headlines, but the ongoing fight to secure critical infrastructure remains prominent. Catch up on these stories and more in this week's Friday Five.
Despite the recent dismantling of a ransomware gang, malware remains on the rise and the FCC is making moves to combat cybercrime. Catch up on the latest in this week's Friday Five!
While two ransomware gangs were taken down this past week, an increase in zero-day exploitations and shifting tactics by Gootloader and Jupyter are keeping enterprises on their toes. Catch up on these stories and more in this week's Friday Five!
Trouble in D.C. is causing cyber legislation delays, fake browser updates are scamming users with malware, and another cybercrime site was taken down this past week. Catch up on all the latest InfoSec updates in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: The U.S. Operation Against QakBot, Cybercrime Treaty and Water Infrastructure Concerns, & More
The operation against QakBot marks a cybersecurity win for the U.S., but concerns over critical infrastructure, data privacy, and cyber insurance largely overshadow it. Catch up on these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five.
Hacks, social engineering, and phishing dominated this week’s headlines, but cloud security is at the forefront of government officials’ minds. Catch up on all the latest in this week’s Friday Five!
Bad bots, malicious programs and applications designed to deface websites and carry out DDoS attacks, can negatively impact a company's business.
Cybercrime—and how AI could play an increasing part in it—was at the forefront of the news this past week. Read about this, the White House’s National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy, and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Verizon's latest Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) was released this past week, but it shared the headlines with malware attacking Minecraft users, an FBI alert of rising sextortion attacks, and more. Catch up on all these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Despite law enforcement’s best efforts to combat and take down cybercriminals, home routers, Android phones, and Android-based TV boxes are all being threatened by new malware. Catch up on all the latest in this week’s Friday Five!
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