Cyber threat groups frequently design innovative ways to cover their tracks. In early 2015, a new malware emerged, which the analysts are calling HAMMERTOSS, from an advanced persistent threat (APT) group. The Russian attacker group that FireEye knows as APT29, employs HAMMERTOSS to compromise its targets. Using a variety of ...Watch Now
Unique phishing attacks surge worldwide according to the Anti-Phishing Working Group. Advanced targeted attacks, like spear phishing, are fast becoming the norm. Spear phishing has especially become a successful tactic that hackers use to exploit networks and trigger an attack that can lead to catastrophic financial, operational, and reputation risks. ...Watch Now
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