Officials noted that "Russia's threshold for conducting disruptive or destructive cyber attacks in the homeland probably remains very high."
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Just two weeks after accepting the role at NSO Group, new CEO Itzik Benbenisti announced his resignation.
The International Committee of the Red Cross said it detected the attack this week and confirmed that it was not a ransomware attack.
Healthcare security: IT pros warn of vulnerable HVAC systems, imaging machines, check-in kiosks and more
A survey of 400 IT pros found that most are concerned about the potential for data breaches and attacks leveraging medical equipment.
Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 and Group-IB helped law enforcement officials disrupt the ring, which was in possession of more than 800,000 potential victim domain credentials.
Notable FIFA players around the world said hackers were spamming EA customer service channels to change account details.
A Toyota spokesperson told Reuters that it was a "supplier system failure."
The vulnerabilities have a remediation date of March 8.
Researchers at Palo Alto Network's Unit 42 said they discovered a tool that serves as a backup backdoor in case the primary one is removed.
The websites of Ukraine's defense ministry as well as state banks Privatbank and Oschadbank were down on Tuesday due to an alleged DDoS attack.