An In-Depth Look at Crypto-Crime in 2023 Part 2

In 2023, the cryptocurrency industry faced a significant increase in illicit activities, including money laundering, fraud, and ransomware attacks. Ransomware attacks were especially prevalent and profitable for attackers. However, other forms of criminal activity also saw a rise. Read More HERE…

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Why You Need Network Detection & Response Now

Cybersecurity teams are well-equipped to handle threats to technology assets that they manage. But with unmanaged devices providing ideal spots for attackers to lurk unseen, network detection and response capabilities have become vitally important. Read More HERE…

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Network detection & response: the SOC stress reliever

Cybersecurity teams are well-equipped to handle threats to technology assets that they manage. But with unmanaged devices providing ideal spots for attackers to lurk unseen, network detection and response capabilities have become vitally important. Read More HERE…

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The Top 10 AI Security Risks Every Business Should Know

With every week bringing news of another AI advance, it’s becoming increasingly important for organizations to understand the risks before adopting AI tools. This look at 10 key areas of concern identified by the Open Worldwide Application Security Project (OWASP) flags risks enterprises should keep in mind through the back half of the year. Read More HERE…

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Turning Jenkins Into a Cryptomining Machine From an Attacker’s Perspective

In this blog entry, we will discuss how the Jenkins Script Console can be weaponized by attackers for cryptomining activity if not configured properly. Read More HERE…

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AI Pulse: Siri Says Hi to OpenAI, Deepfake Olympics & more

AI Pulse is a new blog series from Trend Micro on the latest cybersecurity AI news. In this edition: Siri says hi to OpenAI, fraud hogs the AI cybercrime spotlight, and why the Paris Olympics could be a hotbed of deepfakery. Read More HERE…

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ICO Scams Leverage 2024 Olympics to Lure Victims, Use AI for Fake Sites

In this blog we uncover threat actors using the 2024 Olympics to lure victims into investing in an initial coin offering (ICO). Similar schemes have been found to use AI-generated images for their fake ICO websites. Read More HERE…

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Attackers in Profile: menuPass and ALPHV/BlackCat

To test the effectiveness of managed services like our Trend Micro managed detection and response offering, MITRE Engenuity™ combined the tools, techniques, and practices of two globally notorious bad actors: menuPass and ALPHV/BlackCat. This blog tells the story of why they were chosen and what makes them threats to be reckoned with. Read More HERE…

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