Cyber criminals have been actively pushing Emotet malware since early November.
US-CERT has published a joint Technical Alert (TA18-201A) warning of a cyber campaign involving Emotet Malware. Malicious activity was observed as recently as this month.
A new US-CERT Technical Alert (TA) warned cyber actors are using Joanap and Brambul malware to target multiple victims worldwide.
A "massive attack" going on now against Cisco switches, which are used in data-centers worldwide.
Talos security researchers have spotted a new family of malware dubbed "GoScanSSH" that compromises internet-facing SSH servers. The malware targets default and weak passwords via a brute force attack on SSH systems that allow password-based SSH authentication.
Russian government cyber activity has targeted U.S Government entities, energy and other critical infrastructure sectors. The activity has been active since at least March 2016, according to a US-CERT Technical Alert (TA).
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have identified Trojan malware variants, HARDRAIN and BADCALL, used by the North Korean government.
US-CERT released good security guidance, Reducing the Risk of SNMP Abuse, in a recent alert.