Anomali has discovered a phishing campaign that works by stealing login credentials from government procurement, email and courier services worlwide. The security company said Tuesday the credential harvesting threat has targeted the departments of Energy, Commerce, Urban Housing and Development, Veterans Affairs and Transportation.More
Researchers from Anomali's research arm have identified a malicious server linked to two phishing campaigns that try to deceive government contractors to send sensitive information to threat actors. Anomali Labs said Monday its researchers detected on Feb. 23 the online bidding-themed phishing schemes, which lead contractors to fake landing pages mimicking the Department of Labor and the Department of Transportation's eProcurement portal.More
John Osborne, chief OpenShift architect for public sector at Red Hat, wrote in an article that adopting cloud-native security platforms could help agency developers secure the development of containerized applications. Osborne said the open source community is creating and introducing new tools that could provide visibility into containerized applications, “perform deep scans to detect trojans, viruses and malware contained within the images” and improve runtime security through the identification of possible behavior changes and anomalies.More
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