Security News > 2020 > June > CyberX, CyberX, does whatever a CyberX does. Locks IoT, machines too, Microsoft got it, so will you
Redmond is bulking up the security around its AzureStack hardware-to-cloud bundle by acquiring infosec firm CyberX. Microsoft says the newly-integrated security house will be used to help secure industrial gear and other Internet-of-Things devices running under AzureStack, giving companies more reason to buy into the ground-up pitch from Microsoft.
"Microsoft will now provide a simpler approach to unified security governance across both IT and industrial networks, as well as end-to-end security across managed and unmanaged IoT devices, enabling organizations to quickly detect and respond to advanced threats in converged networks," Redmond boasted.
Aleksei Burkov, 30, operated both the Cardplanet cybercrime forum and a second, invite-only site where crooks trafficked in stolen bank card information.
A man behind a massive distributed denial-of-service operation will get his mail via the Alaska Department of Corrections for the next year.
Schuchman was the brains behind the massive Satori DDoS botnet: with his two co-conspirators, known as Drake and Vamp, Scuchman built up the massive network of infected PCs and then rented them out to crooks to flood systems off the internet.