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'Hurricane Panda' hackers used Microsoft zero-day, CrowdStrike says
CSO Magazine

'Hurricane Panda' hackers used Microsoft zero-day, CrowdStrike...

CEO Dmitri Alperovitch said his CrowdStrike has been battling with the group, which the company dubbed "Hurricane Panda," on a daily basis since earlier this year. "They've been very persistent actors," Alperovitch said in a phone interview ... CIO IT-Strategie für Manager, 1 month ago
Hurricane Panda Hackers Exploit Zero-Day for 5 Months Infosecurity Today, 1 month ago

Malware-Free Intrusions on the Rise

VIDEO: Dmitri Alperovitch, CTO of CrowdStrike, details the new threat dynamic. More often than not, data breaches are the result of some form of malware intrusion. While malware is often an indicator of compromise, not all attacks are ...
 EWeek2 months ago

Are e-cigs bad for your computer?

File: A delegate holds up an e-cigarette during The E-Cigarette Summit in London. LEON NEAL/AFP/ Hackers have been known to place malicious software in thumb drives and bury it in innocuous-looking e-mails. But now it appears theyve come up with ...
 Washington Post4 hours ago

CORRECTED-UPDATE 5-U.S. accuses China of cyber spying on American companies

(Corrects sixth paragraph to show that not all victims had filed trade cases) May 19 (Reuters) - The United States on Monday charged five Chinese military officers and accused them of hacking into American nuclear, metal and solar companies to ...
 CNBC3 days ago U.S. accuses China of cyber spying on American companies  Investing.com2 days ago US accuses China of cyber spying on American companies  Moneycontrol.com3 days ago CORRECTED-UPDATE 5-US accuses China of cyber spying ...  Reuters3 days ago
International Business Times Australia

Chinese hacking groups target Australian media ahead of G20

November 14, 2014 A Chinese hacking group, believed to be affiliated with the Chinese Government, has penetrated Australian media organisations ahead of this weekend's G20 meeting. Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder of CrowdStrike, told the ABC's ...
 IT Security Guru1 week ago Chinese Hackers Target Australian Media Agencies Ahead Of G20 Summit  International Business Times Australia1 week ago Chinese hacker group Deep Panda allegedly attacked Australian sites  Mashable1 week ago Chinese hackers 'breach Australian media' ahead of G20  ABC Online1 week ago

Hacker Wars: Companies Fight Back With Counter-Intelligence

ROME, N.Y. — One Monday last June, 16 workers logged into their computers at the defense contractor Exelis and found emails from a financial consultant who was advising them on a subsidiary's planned spinoff. The message, sent the day before, ...
 NBCNews.com1 week ago

The Ubiquity of Cyber-Espionage

Don't worry about dorm-room hackers, crime rings, or the mafia, said two cyber-security experts Thursday at the Washington Ideas Forum. Worry about the government. Or, rather, the governments , plural. These attacks are happening all the time, ...
 Nextgov.com3 weeks ago

Hackers Reportedly Breached White House Network

Hackers reportedly breached an unclassified network at the White House. An administration official said the White House took steps to mitigate the risk. The White House, home of U.S President Barack Obama and office to the Executive Branch of the ...
 EWeek3 weeks ago
Business Insider

These Are The Hacker Groups That Should Be Keeping You Up At Night

See Also In light of recent hacks, you might be interested in the groups that pose the greatest threats to our cybersecurity. Ironically, the hacker groups that you should be afraid of also have the least intimidating names. Deep Panda, Putter ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago
RIA Novosti

Media Jumped to Conclusions in Involving Russia in JPMorgan Cyberattack

WASHINGTON, October 23 (RIA Novosti) - The mainstream western media jumped to conclusions and exercised "bad media reporting" in covering the data breach at JPMorgan and laying the blame on Russia, CrowdStrike Co-founder and CTO Dmitri Alperovitch ...
 RIA Novosti1 month ago
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