HP’s latest Wolf Security Threat Insights Report reveals a growing cybercriminal marketplace that provides tools for low-level attackers to bypass detection and infect systems. The report highlights new attack strategies, including the use of pre-packaged malware kits that can infect systems with a single click. HP found that cybercriminals are utilizing ‘Houdini’ and ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ attacks that conceal malware and operate stealthily in the background of infected systems. The company encourages businesses to isolate high-risk activities to minimize potential breaches.
Blue Shield of California members may have had their data exposed in a November data breach. Information included member names, dates of birth, addresses, subscriber