New SEC Cybersecurity Rules Could Affect Private Companies Too

For years, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) strongly advised public companies to improve their cybersecurity. However, after minimal corporate adoption of stronger cybersecurity, the SEC has drafted rules to require more formal cybersecurity reporting and disclosure. This requirement copies the strategies of previous legislation that dramatically improved financial reporting for both public and […]

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September 23, 2022
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Ransomware Groups Turn to Intermittent Encryption to Speed Attack Times

During a cyberattack, time is of the essence for both attackers and defenders. To accelerate the ransomware encryption process and make it harder to detect, cybercriminal groups have begun using a new technique: intermittent encryption. Intermittent encryption allows the ransomware encryption malware to encrypt files partially or only encrypt parts of the files. The features […]

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September 21, 2022
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Threat Group TeamTNT Returns with New Cloud Attacks

A retired threat actor has returned with new attacks aimed at the cloud, containers – and encryption keys. The Aqua Nautilus research team observed three attacks that appeared very similar to those performed by TeamTNT, a threat actor specializing in cloud platforms and online instances such as Kubernetes clusters, Redis servers, and Docker APIs. These […]

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September 20, 2022
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