Vodafone has launched a new portfolio of cybersecurity products to protect UK enterprises, public sector organisations, and critical national infrastructure providers from cybercrime.
A new mercenary hacker group tracked as CostaRicto by BlackBerry researchers is selling its services to entities requiring APT-level hacking expertise in cyber-espionage campaigns
A hack-for-hire cyberespionage group named BAHAMUT is reportedly involved in advanced attacks targeting government officials and organisations with sophisticated credential harvesting attacks and phishing campaigns, new Windows malware samples, zero-day exploits, and other techniques.
BlackBerry today launched BlackBerry Persona Desktop, a user and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA) solution that uses advanced AI and machine learning to deliver continuous authentication to validate user identity in real-time and protect against security breaches.
BlackBerry today launched BlackBerry Protect Mobile, a new mobile threat defense (MTD) solution that extends the powerful AI-based security in BlackBerry Protect to mobile devices. The solution provides security teams with visibility into their mobile, desktop, and server endpoints from a single security console.
BlackBerry has launched BlackBerry Cyber Suite, in what BlackBerry says is the industry's first, comprehensive, AI-powered unified endpoint security (UES) solution. BlackBerry Cyber Suite delivers security and Zero Trust with a zero-touch end-user experience through a single console
Huawei is to open a Cybersecurity and Transparency Center in Rome next year. The Center will be operational in September 2021 and will complement existing centers in Banbury (Britain), Brussels, Bonn (Germany), Dubai, Shenzhen, and Toronto.
Investigators at the UK's Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) say that Huawei has failed to adequately tackle security flaws in equipment used in the UK's telecoms networks, according to an oversight report published on Thursday.
Microsoft has announced a new tool that it claims can detect the presence of deepfake software in images and video as it seeks to tackle disinformation online. Deepfakes, or synthetic media, are photos, videos, or audio files manipulated by artificial intelligence (AI). And they’re becoming increasingly hard to detect.
At Black Hat USA 2020 Monday, BlackBerry released a free open-source tool for cybersecurity professionals, called PE Tree that significantly reduces the time and effort required to reverse engineer malware.
BlackBerry has partnered with airspace security company Dedrone to deliver advanced counter-drone technology to secure the world's most critical sites.