CISSP® is the term used for the Certified Information System Security Professional. An information systems security certification reflecting the qualification of information systems security practitioners. The CISSP® examination is a six (6) hours exam that consists of 250 multiple choice questions, covering topics such as Identity and Access Management, Asset Security, and Security and Risk Management Practices, and is administered by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium or (ISC)².
Video showing how does a ransomware attack look like? What steps should be taken in case of a ransomware infection? Note: Anti-malware programs (including Combo Cleaner) can remove ransomware but they are not able to decrypt files compromised by ransomware infections.
The ransomware attack and subsequent month-long network outage at CommonSpirit Health in October cost the major health system at least $150 million to date, according to its unaudited quarterly financial report.
A hacker has landed a very shiny prize at the end of the cyber rainbow: the Transportation Security Administration’s no-fly list, as first reported by the Daily Dot.
Microsoft's decision to block Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macros by default for Office files downloaded from the internet has led many threat actors to improvise their attack chains in recent months.
Decentralized multi-chain crypto wallet BitKeep on Wednesday confirmed a cyberattack that allowed threat actors to distribute fraudulent versions of its Android app with the goal of stealing users' digital currencies.
December 13, 2022 - InfraGard, a program run by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to build cyber and physical threat information sharing partnerships with the private sector, this week saw its database of contact information on more than 80,000 members go up for sale on an English-language cybercrime forum. Meanwhile, the hackers responsible are communicating directly with members through the InfraGard portal online — using a new account under the assumed identity of a financial industry CEO that was vetted by the FBI itself.
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Former Uber security chief Joe Sullivan’s conviction is a rare criminal consequence for an executive’s handling of a hack.
A bug in the message encryption mechanism used by Microsoft in Office 365 can allow to access the contents of the messages.
Ad injection and other "man-in-the-middle" techniques will have a tougher time installing themselves onto PCs.
44 per cent of Internet users admit having shared their passwords or stored them in visible places.
Cybersecurity funding in corporate environments has always been a source of anxiety for those who seek to keep organizations safe. When we examine the cybersecurity readiness of many state, local, and territorial governments, this funding struggle is taken to new heights of scarcity.
Cryptographic key reuse is rampart in European payment terminals, allowing attackers to compromise them en masse.
Security firm Zscaler discovered a malicious campaign based on a new strain of the Spy Banker banking malware.
FireEye says it has discovered a type of malware designed to steal payment card data that can be very difficult to detect and remove.
The cybercriminal group behind the malware, which FireEye nicknamed "FIN1," is suspected of being in Russia and has been known to target financial institutions.
The malware, which FIN1 calls Nemesis, infected an organization that processes financial transactions, which FireEye did not identify.
A criminal named Hacker Buba after asking UAE bank for $3 million ransom started leaking customer data online.
Censys is a new Search Engine for devices exposed on the Internet, it could be used by experts to assess the security they implement.
T-Mobile released a statement on Thursday informing customers that it has experienced a data breach in which attackers were able to gain access to “certain information.”