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APT groups conducting more targeted intrusions – Accenture
Analysts now see an emergence of malware executed through web browsers focused on targeting online merchants and retailers specifically.
Korean-speaking threat groups strike close to home
Korean-speaking cyber threat groups seem to be ‘waging war’ on the Korean peninsula and across Southeast Asia, according to a new report from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.
Old group, new tricks: OceanLotus threat group continues to target East Asia
ESET researchers have been on the trail of cyber hacking group OceanLotus, a group known for its campaigns creating havoc in Eastern Asia countries.
Security firm reveals Asia connections behind the CCleaner hack
The attack was never intended for consumers, but instead went after companies such as NEC, Samsung, Asus, Fujitsu, Singtel, Intel and VMware.
Turla threat group targets G20 Summit attendees
Participants in this year’s G20 Summit in Germany are being targeted in a new wave of malware droppers, suspected to be from APT group Turla.
The three Rs of enterprise security: Rotate, repave, and repair
No organisation regularly repaves their services or applications from a known, good state, leading to vulnerable servers for more than five months.
ICIT: The Know Your Enemies 3.0 Advanced Persistent Threat Advisory is finally here
China and Russia are by far the most active and they sponsor the most prevalent and the most sophisticated adversaries.
Advanced Threat Protection – Preventing unknown risks
APTs compromise their target system with advanced code techniques to circumvent security barriers - and stay under the radar as long as possible.