Killnet, the pro-Russian hacktivist collective, launched an ineffective DDoS attack on U.S. government websites earlier this month, leaving many to wonder what the purpose of such groups is and what impact they actually have, especially amid the war in Ukraine.
Latest in Cyber attack
The Five Eyes' cybersecurity authorities released a joint advisory about the increased threat to managed service providers and their customers.
The possibilities of surprise in cyberspace are almost limitless.
Attackers in cyberspace have had the systemwide advantage for decades. Reversing this requires both a more nuanced understanding of the offense-defense balance and innovations with leverage that works at scale across the internet.
Germany’s decision to publicly name the Ghostwriter hacking group as the perpetrator targeting its political institutions should not be taken lightly.
The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced that it undertook a law enforcement operation to remove malware from hundreds of victim systems in the United States. What’s the significance of the move?
Nation-state indictments may not be dramatic, but they are foundational.
The discussion around cybersecurity risk tends to overlook the automobile sector. Japan’s auto companies have taken important steps to improve cybersecurity in the industry.
The “hackback” debate has been with us for many years.
Last month, more than 50 countries and over 200 major corporations and organizations came together to agree that the international nature of cyber threats needs a cooperative global response and a common set of principles as a basis for security. This conclusion seems obvious—millions of people have been affected by malicious activity perpetrated through the internet—and yet consensus has proved difficult to obtain until now.