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Exclusive: Chinese hackers are targeting U.S. companies linked to one of the most strategic waterways in the world, FireEye tells Asian security expert @DavidTweed #tictocnews https://bloom.bg/2FIcyJW ...
Chinese hackers have launched a wave of attacks on mainly U.S. engineering and defense companies linked to the disputed South China Sea, the cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc. said.
The Trump administration on Thursday blamed the Russian government for a campaign of cyber attacks stretching back at least two years that targeted the U.S. power grid, marking the first time the United States has publicly accused Moscow of hacking into American energy infrastructure. Beginning in March 2016, or possibly earlier, Russian government hackers sought to penetrate multiple U.S. critical infrastructure sectors, including energy, nuclear, commercial facilities, water, aviation and manufacturing, according to a U.S. security alert published Thursday.
A top cybersecurity CEO tells Jim Cramer that if a cyber war broke out between the U.S. and Russia, then Russia would win.
Finjan (FNJN) settled its long running litigation with Symantec and its subsidiary Blue Coat for $65 million to be paid within the next 20 calendar days. Also part of the agreement is for Symantec to pay another $45 million to Finjan for licensing for any other company it might buy in the next four years that is on an extensive list of names agreed upon by the two. Once the $65 million has been received, Finjan will retire the rest of the preferred outstanding, part of which was already paid down in Q4 2017.
FireEye Inc (NASDAQ:FEYE) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2017.
Investors next week should get fresh data on how corporate spending on cyber-security technology is shaping up in 2018.
North Korea’s increasingly aggressive hackers are now going after one of the few foreign companies that has been willing to work with the intransigent regime.
FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia discusses how he beat cancer while running his own company and how to limit cyberattacks in the future. (Source: Bloomberg)
One of North Korea’s three major hacking units, in a strategic shift, is hunting for overseas targets and not covering its tracks, according to a new report, a sign the regime is expanding its cyber attacks ...
Kevin Mandia, FireEye's chief executive officer, discusses how vulnerable the U.S. midterm elections are to a Russian hack with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets." ...
Feb.20 -- Kevin Mandia, FireEye's chief executive officer, discusses how vulnerable the U.S. midterm elections are to a Russian hack with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets."