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Microsoft: Ransomware & Nation-State Attacks Rise, Get More Sophisticated

On Sep 30, 2020
@CTIN_Global shared
Microsoft: Ransomware & Nation-State Attacks Rise, ... https://t.co/o8tIy3DowS
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Malware-based attacks are out, phishing is in, along with credential stuffing and business email compromise. Microsoft recommends defensive tactics in its new report on rising threats.

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On Sep 30, 2020
@CTIN_Global shared
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Microsoft: Ransomware & Nation-State Attacks Rise, Get More Sophisticated

Microsoft: Ransomware & Nation-State Attacks Rise, Get More Sophisticated

Malware-based attacks are out, phishing is in, along with credential stuffing and business email compromise. Microsoft recommends defensive tactics in its new report on rising threats.


On Sep 28, 2020
@McAfee_Labs shared
The ransomware economy is getting broader and deeper. Chief scientist @Raj_Samani details the chilling future of #ransomware via @ChannelFutures. https://t.co/VXPpm17wUK
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McAfee Scientist Details Chilling Future of Ransomware

McAfee Scientist Details Chilling Future of Ransomware

During last week's Channel Partners Virtual conference, Raj Samani, McAfee's chief scientist, detailed the terrifying future of ransomware.

On Sep 24, 2020
@SecurityWeek shared
Russian Hackers Target Russian Companies With Ransomware https://t.co/VERFZmdaqC
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Russian Hackers Target Russian Companies With Ransomware

Russian Hackers Target Russian Companies With Ransomware

A hacking group made up of Russian speakers is targeting organizations in Russia and post-Soviet countries with ransomware

On Sep 28, 2020
@ForbesTech shared
As the end of 2020 approaches, the cybersecurity talent drought gets worse https://t.co/lgdup3PJE6 by @esayegh
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As The End Of 2020 Approaches, The Cybersecurity Talent Drought Gets Worse

As The End Of 2020 Approaches, The Cybersecurity Talent Drought Gets Worse

If talent production continues at today’s pace, the information technology industry has a real problem on its hands – and it’s only going to get worse.

On Sep 30, 2020
@Mandiant shared
The future of WHOIS, the GDPR-compliant access model for domain name registrant contact data, is not looking great. See the @cybertechaccord’s blog post about #WHOIS and learn about the path forward. https://t.co/NZXvQJappS
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WHOIS: The process grinds forward, sort of. No relief for cybersecurity pros is in sight.

WHOIS: The process grinds forward, sort of. No relief for cybersecurity pros is in sight.

Two years after ICANN began working on a GDPR-compliant access model for domain name registrant contact data (WHOIS), there remains a great deal of uncertainty as to when a possible ...

On Sep 29, 2020
@e_kaspersky shared
Universal Health Services computer systems taken offline after a ransomware attack, led it to cancel some surgeries and divert some ambulances. Health-care workers switched to paper records for patients ⇒ https://t.co/XzvzZzxDre
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Ransomware Attack Hits Universal Health Services

Ransomware Attack Hits Universal Health Services

A malicious software attack crippled computers at one of the nation’s largest hospital chains and led it to cancel some surgeries and divert some ambulances.

On Oct 1, 2020
@CTIN_Global shared
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The No Good, Very Bad Week for Iran's Nation-State Hacking Ops

The No Good, Very Bad Week for Iran's Nation-State Hacking Ops

A look at the state of Iran's cyber operations as the US puts the squeeze on it with a pile of indictments and sanctions.

On Sep 25, 2020
@rapid7 shared
RT @SCMagazine: Security teams struggle with #ransomware, cloud services @rapid7 @CrowdStrike https://t.co/Y2geamSsFY
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Security teams struggle with ransomware, cloud services

Security teams struggle with ransomware, cloud services

Ransomware, insecure internet-facing systems and attacks against cloud-based services are among the top threats facing industry this year, according to

On Sep 28, 2020
@RSAConference shared
The cybersecurity industry has long proclaimed humans are the weakest link, but according to new research, supply chain has taken the lead. Our industry is far vaster than hackers & supply chains, so let’s look at what else made headlines last week. https://t.co/a1bWvEg5Hx #RSAC https://t.co/QEW4G5ZhiO
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Weekly News Roundup September 21-25, 2020

Weekly News Roundup September 21-25, 2020

For many years the cybersecurity industry has proclaimed that humans are the weakest link in the security chain, but according to research from BlueVoyant, the supply chain has now trumped ...

On Sep 28, 2020
@dakami shared
RT @nicoleperlroth: That other story on today’s front page: Ransomware attacks have been clobbering American counties at a rate of three per day. With <40 days until the election to go, officials are investigating: Run-of-the-mill ransomware or Russian election interference? https://t.co/5pwHlpAR0k
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Ransomware Attacks Take On New Urgency Ahead of Vote

Ransomware Attacks Take On New Urgency Ahead of Vote

Attacks against small towns, big cities and the contractors who run their voting systems have federal officials fearing that hackers will try to sow chaos around the election.

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On Sep 29, 2020
@DennisF shared
I think we can all agree that Dubnium is the coolest attack group name here. https://t.co/vwNPlJAFc6
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Microsoft report shows increasing sophistication of cyber threats

Microsoft report shows increasing sophistication of cyber threats

Cyber threats have rapidly increased in sophistication over the past year, using techniques that make them harder to spot. That's one of the findings of Microsoft's new Digital Defense ...

On Sep 24, 2020
@InfosecurityMag shared
Does Cybersecurity Have a Public Image Problem? https://t.co/KUnzXWwRAY
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Does Cybersecurity Have a Public Image Problem?

Does Cybersecurity Have a Public Image Problem?

Research suggests only a third of respondents can see a career option in cybersecurity

On Sep 29, 2020
@WeldPond shared
Paper backup is problematic for hospitals. "A TX hospital clinician part of UHS told the AP that as they are forced to rely on paper backups and emergency room wait has increased from 45 minutes to six hours with no access to patient history or records." https://t.co/vCvnCTQBjY
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Hackers Launch Major Cyberattack Targeting Top Hospital Chain UHS

Hackers Launch Major Cyberattack Targeting Top Hospital Chain UHS

Universal Health Service (UHS) with over 400 facilities across the globe has been hit with a Ryuk ransomware attack leaving doctors with no access to patient records

On Sep 29, 2020
@InfosecurityMag shared
UK Hacking Prosecutions Drop by 12% in 2019 https://t.co/CyabBE5POM
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UK Hacking Prosecutions Drop by 12% in 2019

UK Hacking Prosecutions Drop by 12% in 2019

Just 0.33% of hacking offences reported in the UK were prosecuted last year

On Sep 29, 2020
@StaySafeOnline shared
RT @SecurityNewsbot: Cybersecurity Awareness Month Helps Us All be #BeCyberSmart, by #McAfee https://t.co/H8r4Fsiugl #McAfeeLabs
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Cybersecurity Awareness Month Helps Us All be #BeCyberSmart

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Helps Us All be #BeCyberSmart

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Helps Us All be #BeCyberSmart October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which is led by the National Cyber Security Alliance

On Sep 29, 2020
@CyberScoopNews shared
Ohio medical center offline following another security incident in the medical sector https://t.co/z6idX3Jw9N by @snlyngaas
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Ohio medical center offline following another security incident in the health sector

Ohio medical center offline following another security incident in the health sector

A cybersecurity incident has forced the computer systems of an Ohio medical center offline for multiple days and prompted the clinic to postpone elective procedures for patients. A ...

On Sep 24, 2020
@InsideCyber shared
Free: Cyber Congress: Analysis Whole-of-government efforts credited for trimming threats to election infrastructure; challenges remain https://t.co/LeuQGPsYee @FBI @DHSgov #cyber #CyberSecurity
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Whole-of-government efforts credited for trimming threats to election infrastructure; challenges remain

Whole-of-government efforts credited for trimming threats to election infrastructure; challenges remain

Whole-of-government efforts credited for trimming threats to election infrastructure; challenges remain Effective coordination within the federal government and with state and local ...

On Sep 30, 2020
@USCERT_gov shared
🔏 Check out the newly released @CISAgov & MS-ISAC Ransomware Guide to prevent and respond to ransomware attacks. Read more at https://t.co/CH3Poo1F4d. #Cybersecurity #Ransomware #InfoSec https://t.co/B1VqRUzEjI
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Ransomware Guide

Ransomware Guide

Ransomware is a form of malware designed to encrypt files on a device, rendering any files and the systems that rely on them unusable. Malicious actors then demand ransom in exchange for ...

On Sep 28, 2020
@politico shared
At a time when so many election security issues are hotly debated, one aspect of it is so popular that both candidates in West Virginia’s secretary-of-state race want to take credit for it https://t.co/wZHGTDcaBH
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What one secretary-of-state race portends for the nation

What one secretary-of-state race portends for the nation

More data on ransomware surge — New leader for key House subpanel

On Sep 30, 2020
@InfosecurityMag shared
Ransomware: from Entry to Ransom in Under 45 Minutes https://t.co/MDHlNG12pM
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Ransomware: from Entry to Ransom in Under 45 Minutes

Ransomware: from Entry to Ransom in Under 45 Minutes

Microsoft claims actors are stepping up efforts to capitalize on COVID-19

On Sep 29, 2020
@WIRED shared
As Israel shut down during the pandemic, cyber intelligence researcher Ohad Zaidenberg decided to apply his skills to defending hospitals around the world. https://t.co/SXegFX9jmK
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The Cyber-Avengers Protecting Hospitals From Ransomware

The Cyber-Avengers Protecting Hospitals From Ransomware

As medical facilities strain amid the pandemic, they’re especially vulnerable to cyberattacks. A global coalition of volunteer experts has stepped into the breach.