MonthJune 2018

Natural Language Processing Fights Social Engineers

Researchers used natural language processing to detect malicious content in more than 187,000 phishing and non-phishing emails.

Equifax Software Manager Charged with Insider Trading

Sudhakar Reddy Bonthu used insider information about the company's 2017 data breach to profit in stock transaction.

Why Sharing Intelligence Makes Everyone Safer

Security teams must expand strategies to go beyond simply identifying details tied to a specific threat to include context and information about attack methodologies.

Adidas US Website Hit by Data Breach

The athletic apparel firm was hacked and data on potentially 'millions' of customers now at risk.

The 6 Worst Insider Attacks of 2018 – So Far

Stalkers, fraudsters, saboteurs, and all nature of malicious insiders have put the hurt on some very high-profile employers.

Botnets Evolving to Mobile Devices

Millions of mobile devices are now making requests in what's described as "an attack on the economy."

Botnets Evolving to Mobile Devices

Millions of mobile devices are now making requests in what's described as "an attack on the economy."

There’s No Automating Your Way Out of Security Hiring Woes

65% of Resold Memory Cards Still Pack Personal Data

BlackBerry’s Android upgrade track record should give anyone pause

Hey, look: A new BlackBerry phone is here! And no, you didn't just wake up from a 12-year coma. I promise you, it is still 2018.

The new BlackBerry Key2, however, is aimed squarely at those who miss the glory days of the physical-keyboard-packin' phone — specifically, business users who still place some sort of value on the BlackBerry name (even if it's technically a different organization making the devices now). The company's own landing page for the device placards that focus plainly:

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