Middle-eastern bank, international sporting organisation and Asian individuals were victims of a highly-targeted attack that interrupted an in-progress conversation using compromised credentials.
Notwithstanding the real damage caused by WannaCry and NotPetya, it could have been far worse, and the likelihood is that ransomware attacks will get worse, so we need to invest and prepare now says Tony Rowan.
Delegates at The Future of Cyber Security in Manchester were told how the current problems are only getting worse and we're not starting from a great position, but there are defensive strategies than can reduce the risks.
Keith Lowry took time on a trip to Australia to warn that background checks do not make the cut when trying to stop insider threats.
Ross Brewer discusses the impact of the Bangladesh bank cyber-attack and the growing problem of stolen credentials.
New approaches to user monitoring and behavioural analytics enable firms to analyse all user activity, allowing tracking and visualising of user activity in real-time to understand what is really happening on the network says Balázs Scheidler.
This is an entirely new category and it has become one of the most important areas of next-generation network and data protection.
How do we spot anomalous system behaviour on our networks that indicates a security breach? That was the theme of last week's SC Magazine UK roundtable aboard HMS President, sponsored by Splunk.
Analysis of big data in real time provides a granularity of insight into normal network behaviour, allowing earlier identification of abnormal behaviour.