In this Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study of ManagedXDR, Forrester Consulting assesses the cost savings, productivity gains, and business benefits Secureworks users experience.
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Extended detection and response (XDR) has been gaining momentum in the security arena. Has your organization considered the potential impact of XDR on your security operations? In a recent study, ESG surveyed IT/InfoSec professionals across multiple industry verticals to better understand the market perception of XDR,...
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State-sponsored groups in China appear to be targeting India’s power supply by dropping malware into systems, according to online digital threat analysis company Recorded Future. The Indian government says it has taken steps to mitigate the risks.
A pair of U.S. House committees held their first public hearings into the SolarWinds attack, with lawmakers and witnesses offering support for expanding federal cybersecurity laws to address the security failures. This includes a larger role for CISA to conduct threat hunting.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing about the supply chain attack that affected SolarWinds and dozens of other companies and federal agencies answered some questions about what went wrong but also raised four key issues.
In 2020, a cybercrime operation known as ShinyHunters breached nearly 50 organizations, security researchers say. And this year, it shows no signs of slowing down - it's already hacked e-commerce site Bonobo and dating site MeetMindful.
Bloomberg has stood firm on its controversial story from two years ago asserting that China implanted a tiny chip on motherboards made by Supermicro. But rather than proving its contention in a follow-up, it may have inflicted more reputational damage upon itself.
More than 1,000 developers likely worked on rewriting code for the massive SolarWinds supply chain attack that affected many companies and U.S. government agencies, Microsoft President Brad Smith said in a Sunday interview, pointing out the attack is most likely continuing.
The Biden administration has appointed Anne Neuberger, the deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, to coordinate the investigation into the cyberattack that targeted SolarWinds and other organizations, following criticism from two senators that the probe has lacked coordination.
Tenable’s Security Response Team is taking a look back at the vulnerabilities and threats that made 2020 one of the most active years for security teams in recent memory. In our report, you'll learn the key insights you need to move forward in 2021 with confidence, such as:
The year's Top 5 vulnerabilities,...
While many details about the SolarWinds Orion hack and full victim list remain unknown, experts have ascribed the apparent espionage campaign to Russia. Now, however, Reuters reports that a separate group of Chinese hackers was also exploiting SolarWinds vulnerabilities to hack targets.
Ransomware operations continue to come and go. The notorious Maze ransomware gang retired last year, apparently replaced by Egregor, while new operators, such as Pay2Key, RansomEXX and Everest, have emerged. But in recent months, experts say, just six operations have accounted for 84% of attacks.
Up to 30% of the organizations hit as part of the cyberespionage campaign waged by the hackers responsible for the SolarWinds supply chain attack did not use the company’s compromised software, says Brandon Wales, acting director of CISA. These victims were targeted in a variety of other ways, he says.