We chatted with ReversingLabs Reverse Engineer Karlo Zanki about how NPM packages have been caught serving malware via compromised software updates.
Cyber Content Lead at ReversingLabs. Paul is a reporter, editor and industry analyst with 20 years’ experience covering the cyber security space. He is the founder and editor in chief at The Security Ledger, a cybersecurity news website. His writing about cyber security has appeared in publications including Forbes, The Christian Science Monitor, MIT Technology Review, The Economist Intelligence Unit, CIO Magazine, ZDNet and Fortune Small Business. He has appeared on NPR’s Marketplace Tech Report, KPCC AirTalk, Fox News Tech Take, Al Jazeera and The Oprah Show. You can find Paul online on Twitter (@paulfroberts and on LinkedIn).
We chatted with ReversingLabs’ very own Hrvoje Samardžić and Independent Malware Hunter Luigi De Mori/JAMESWT (@JAMESWT_MHT) about what kinds of internal threat intelligence are the most useful, where to find it, and how to leverage this data to improve your organization’s defenses.
In this podcast, we dig deep on the Emotet malware with two noted experts: Dado Horvat of ReversingLabs and Dragan Damjanovic of KPMG and talk about the evolution of the threat and the latest Emotet IOCs.
Ransomware groups are changing up their game. To see where things are heading, look no further than the Conti group, says Yelisey Boguslavskiy, a Security Studies Expert at the firm AdvIntel. He joined ConversingLabs host Paul Roberts for this latest episode of the podcast to dig into Conti Ransomware Group’s recent activity. They also discuss what lessons Conti holds for organizations who want to defend against evolving ransomware threats.
Check out our new podcast, ConversingLabs. Airing every two weeks, ConversingLabs features conversations with the top minds in threat hunting, reverse engineering and cyber defense. Join host Paul Roberts as he interviews threat hunting and threat intelligence experts from ReversingLabs and around the world.