In a blog post, FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia said the company was targeted by "a nation with top-tier offensive capabilities."
A security firm has discovered a new victim of the infamous hacking group that targeted critical infrastructure with destructive malware.
FireEye says the cyber attacks by two Kremlin-linked hacking groups have increased significantly since mid-2018
In a new book, New York Times reporter David Sanger made the explosive claim that cybersecurity firm Mandiant hacked into the laptops of Chinese military hackers. Now FireEye, which owns Mandiant, has vehemently denied the claims.
The dump is relatively small, containing around 3MB of files.
VICE News reports from inside one of FireEye's “war rooms,” where a team of experts can reach into any customer's network to determine if its been compromised.
On the bright side, the malicious apps might not have been that dangerous.
PocketKey would encrypt transaction data before it reaches a merchant, to prevent payment information being stolen in a breach.