SEC Warning: Ransomware Targets Financial Networks
Cybercriminals increasingly use phishing & ransomware to attack financial institution networks, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) reports.
SEC Charges Hackers with $4 Million Securities Trading Scam
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) files fraud charges against Russian, Ukrainian and U.S. individuals — alleging they made more than $4.1 million by cyber stealing financial information from the agency’s database.
Symantec Stock (SYMC) Falls Amid Internal Investigation
Symantec stock (SYMC) falls nearly 35% as of midday Friday after its Audit Committee of the Board of Directors announces an investigation following concerns raised by an ex-employee.
Carbon Black IPO Filing: MSSPs Are Critical to Endpoint Security Success
Carbon Black IPO (initial public offering) filing reveals major dependence on MSSPs (managed security services providers) and strategic partners like IBM and VMware. Nearly 95 percent of sales involve channel partners.
SEC: ‘Critical’ for Companies to Disclose Cybersecurity Incidents
The SEC encourages public companies to inform stakeholders about cybersecurity incidents in a timely manner. SonicWall’s CEO weighs in with perspectives.
SEC: Corporate Data Breach Disclosure, Reporting Rules May Change
Expect the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to rework requirements for publicly-held companies to disclose cybersecurity breaches to investors.
SEC Admits Personal Information Leaked in 2016 Corporate Data Breach
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) 2016 “EDGAR” system data breach exposes the Social Security numbers & other personal information of two people.
SEC Launches Cybersecurity Unit Following Hack, Clumsy Disclosure
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in reaction mode following a major hack & poor post-breach communications, launches cybersecurity unit.