Recorded Future news stories
CyberArk and Recorded Future officially join the XDR Alliance
"We welcome CyberArk and Recorded Future to the alliance. Their diverse cybersecurity expertise will serve to further strengthen organisations SOCs and accelerate the building of an open XDR framework.”
Insight Partners snatches up Recorded Future for $780m
“This transaction is the logical next step for Recorded Future given the opportunities in front of us, as we fully realize the potential and vision of our strategy."
Opinion: 4 Ransomware trends to watch in 2019
Recorded Future's Allan Liska looks at the past big ransomware attacks thus far to predict what's coming this year.
Norwegian security firm thwarts state-sponsored attack by APT10
Norwegian cybersecurity firm Visma is accusing a Chinese state-sponsored attack group (APT10) of allegedly attacking their systems and engaging in cyberespionage.
Trump cancelling North Korea summit will have 'cyber-retaliation'
"Cancellation of this summit with Kim will likely have larger implications than if President Trump never accepted the invitation in the first place."
Cyberattacks imminent for Western businesses due to Trump’s actions
A report has predicted because of Trump, "Iran is likely to respond by launching cyberattacks on Western businesses within months, if not faster."
North Korea's threat actors operating from other countries
North Korea conducts malicious cyber operations from countries including India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nepal, Kenya, Mozambique, Indonesia, and China.
‘World’s biggest’ DDoS market BUSTED, but experts remain cynical
Europol has announced another major takedown that is a triumph for the ‘good guys’, but experts say it only shows how easy it is for cybercriminals.
Verizon unveils new tech to transform security decision making
The Verizon Risk Report assesses a company's security risks before advising what cybersecurity to invest in.
New research finds China tampering with public vulnerability data
Recorded Future believes China has been altering public vulnerability data to allow the Ministry of State Security to play with it first.
Rumours fly about who was behind the PyeongChang Olympics hack
The Olympic Destroyer campaign comes at a precarious time of geopolitical tensions with several possible perpetrators but no conclusive proof.