Chinese cyberespionage group PKPLUG uses custom and off-the-shelf tools

Security researchers have linked various attack campaigns against organizations and ethnic groups in Asia to a single threat actor they believe is likely serving China’s geopolitical interests in the region and is connected to the country’s state-sponsored cyberespionage apparatus. Researchers from security firm Palo Alto Networks have been tracking attack…

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Different conferences, common theme: How to best manage the disparate security solutions we’re using

As a venture capitalist focused on security, I’ve spoken at and participated in a number of terrific conferences this year.  Each has offered an opportunity to explore different specific market segments and to make valuable new connections.  Most recently, I’ve picked up on converging macro themes and similarities across events….

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Kaspersky Anti-Virus Is Still Active in U.S. Government Agencies and the Fortune 500

Cyberwarfare, hacks, and data breaches — such concerns are present in the minds of today’s citizens and organizations, and rightfully so. The continued digital transformation of business and government has led to those very entities becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. All of this means that government agencies and leading enterprises…

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