Friday Five: Android Malware, More Law Enforcement Action, New NIST Guidance, & More
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!
Friday Five: More Malware Targeting Apple Devices, a New Cyber-Resilient OS, & A Malware Gang's Tactics Backfiring
Learn how a malware gang’s tactics are being used against them, how the Department of Homeland Security is facing new threats head-on, an ambitious project to create a more secure OS, and more—all in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: New Government Guidance, a Crackdown on Vulnerability Management, & Public Charging Station Malware
CISA has released new guidance for Zero Trust Security and secure-by-design principles for software manufacturers, Russian hackers were linked to attacks against NATO and the EU, and more. Catch up on all the latest stories in this week's Friday Five!
Friday Five: Another Cybercrime Market Taken Down, Addressing Open Source Software Security, and Fake Ransomware
Genesis Market is the latest victim in a string of law enforcement takedowns, the FDA and CISA are cracking down on medical devices and open-source software, respectively, and fake ransomware scams are on the rise. Catch up on all the latest in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: New Cyber Guidelines and Legislation, Cybercriminal Activity, & Malware Targeting macOS
Read up on the latest cybersecurity legislation, a new executive order from the Biden Administration, the fight against cybercrime, and a new malware affecting mac users. Find these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: TikTok's Congressional Hearing, New Malware, & Concerns Over Chinese Cyberespionage
Read up on TikTok CEO Zi Chew’s largely unsuccessful testimony, a concerning series of stealthy Chinese hacks, the arrest of a malware creator, and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: The Crackdown on Critical Infrastructure & a Ransomware Gang Disrupted
New regulations are rolling out following the release of President Biden’s National Cybersecurity Strategy, but dangers still lurk. Catch up on all the changes in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: New Guidance for At-Home Employees, Ransomware Demands Evolving, & Emerging Vulnerabilities
The White House and NSA are releasing new security guidance for organizations and employees alike, but ransomware and new vulnerabilities remain dangerous. Read about all the latest in this week’s Friday Five.
Friday Five: Dark Web Revenue Falling, Pig Butchering Scams and Other Attacks on the Rise, & Critical Infrastructure at Risk
The dark web isn’t what it once was with Hydra, but cybercriminals are staying busy with ransomware, targeted attacks against developers, and more. Catch up on all these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: Cyber Gang Members Sanctioned, a Cybercrime Messaging Platform, & Stricter Security Regulations
This week saw the takedown of a cybercrime messaging platform, sanctions imposed on TrickBot members, the release of a recovery script for ransomware victims, and more. Catch up on the latest news in this week's Friday Five!
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