GOLD MELODY acts as initial access broker, says Secureworks report
Secureworks identifies GOLD MELODY as a cyber group that sells compromised network access to other criminals
Secureworks identifies malicious Qakbot ransomware campaign
Secureworks' Counter Threat Unit researchers have long maintained active monitoring of the botnet and detected the disruption activity on August 25.
Secureworks and Akamai partner to secure modern systems
The alliance between the companies will aim to empower security operations teams to scale secure access in a hybrid working era.
Email defence methods increasingly falling short - report
According to the Secureworks Incident Response report, the number of incidents involving business email compromise doubled between January and December 2022.
Ransomware down 57%, Secureworks warns against complacency
Secureworks has cautioned against complacency despite a 57% decline in ransomware incident response engagements in 2022.
Supportive security culture essential for breach prevention
Improving the security culture within organisations plays a critical role in mitigating some breaches and bolster disaster recovery efforts.
Secureworks announces 220% increase in customers using Dell's MDR
Notable growth was seen especially within local government, education and healthcare, with customers ranging from 50 or more employees to large multi-nationals.
Secureworks partners SentinelOne to enhance threat detection
Then new Secureworks Taegis integration for SentinelOne Singularity Complete provides enhanced XDR threat prevention, detection and response.
Secureworks unveils an integrated MDR solution for OT and IT
Organisations will gain security resilience with unified detection and response for OT and IT with the company’s MDR solution powered by Secureworks Taegis XDR.
Secureworks reveals 'thriving' infostealer market enabling cyber crime
The Secureworks Counter Threat Unit has revealed a thriving infostealer market that serves as a key enabler for the most damaging forms of cyber crime.
Secureworks has discovered malware in online advertising
Secureworks has found that Bumblebee malware is being spread through malicious online advertising, such as Google ads.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Secureworks
Alex Tilley, who is the Head of Threat Intelligence for APJ at Secureworks, joins us today to tell us more about Secureworks and what its solutions are for the security threats of today.
Secureworks launches its Taegis security posture dashboard
Secureworks reduce cyber risk and bolster cyber resiliency with the new dashboard, which companies can use to evaluate and strengthen their security posture.
Business email compromise doubled in 2022: Secureworks
Analysis of over 500 incidents that Secureworks responded to in 2022 found companies need to make themselves a more challenging target.
BEC overtakes ransomware as cyber crime of choice
The number of incidents involving business email compromise has doubled, replacing ransomware as the most common type of financially motivated cyber threat.
Ransomware down 57% but other threats looming, warns report
The Secureworks Counter Threat Unit (CTU) has found that most real-world security incidents start with much smaller organisational issues.
Iranian state-sponsored threat group impersonates US Think Tank
The targets in this instance were all women who are actively involved in political affairs and human rights in the Middle East region.
Secureworks finds Iranian threat group back with new persona
Secureworks has found that the Iranian threat group, Cobalt Sapling, has reemerged with a new persona, Abraham's Ax.
Iran-sponsored group using GitHub to deploy custom malware
The Secureworks Counter Threat Unit (CTU) has uncovered a subgroup of Iranian Cobalt Mirage using GitHub to store and deploy malware.
Secureworks CTU identifies increase in stolen credential sales
Reports have revealed that infostealer malware responsible for harvesting corporate data is becoming a growing threat to enterprises and an ideal tool for cybercriminals.
Secureworks introduces XDR platform as ransomware escalates
According to IPA, Japanese companies rank the damage caused by ransomware and advanced persistent threats as their top two biggest information security concerns
52% of ransomware incidents started with compromise of unpatched remote services
The exploitation in remote services has become the primary initial access vector in ransomware attacks over the past year.
The growing threat of CEO fraud and how to mitigate it
By posing as the CEO or other senior figures, attackers guarantee that malicious emails get employees' attention. Many employees are reluctant to question a request from their CEO, so they usually provide the information.
Microsoft not addressing authentication flaw in Azure AD
Secureworks has published new research that identifies a proof-of-concept exploit of flaws found in Microsoft's Azure AD PTA method, which it says the tech giant is not planning to address.