techspective – 2019 is underway. Two weeks down, fifty to go. Technology continues to evolve rapidly and the threat landscape is constantly shifting. It’s challenging for organizations to try and stay a step ahead of cybercriminals and break out of the cycle of just reacting to the exploit du jour. Cybersecurity experts from IOActive are here to help, though, with insight on what to expect in the year ahead.
SC Magazine – A Polish security researcher has created an automated tool for cracking two-factor authentication systems in phishing attacks, a tool he has made publicly available.
Seattle-Based Cybersecurity Executive Recognized for Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, Empowering Women in STEM Globally Seattle, Wash., January 9, 2019 — IOActive, Inc., the worldwide leader in research-fueled security services, today announced that its CEO Jennifer Steffens has been named a National Diversity Power 50 recipient. The 2018 Washington Power 50 Awardees are a definitive list of female executives, influencers and achievers, impacting various industries in corporate America. The recognition is given by the National Diversity Council, the first nonprofit organization to bring together private, public, and…
Dark Reading – In-flight airplanes, social engineers, and robotic vacuums were among the targets of resourceful white-hat hackers this year. It was a year where malicious hackers waged shockingly bold – and, in some cases, previously unimaginable – false flag attacks, crypto-jacking, social engineering, and destructive malware campaigns.
Securityinfowatch – From cyber attacks on major corporations to breaches on vulnerable industrial control systems. From the potential weaponization of AI to an exploding IoT universe traversed with threats. Cybercriminals are constantly evolving their tactics as the landscape of digital technology expands.