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Cyber-warfare may be imminent, but defender power is on the rise

On Feb 14, 2020
@Treadstone71LLC shared
Cyber-warfare may be imminent, but defender power is on the rise https://t.co/lkzV2iC8uH
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Businesses appear to be adjusting to the ‘new normal’ of sustained cyberattacks.

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On Feb 14, 2020
@Treadstone71LLC shared
Cyber-warfare may be imminent, but defender power is on the rise https://t.co/lkzV2iC8uH
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Cyber-warfare may be imminent, but defender power is on the rise

Businesses appear to be adjusting to the ‘new normal’ of sustained cyberattacks.


On Feb 16, 2020
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US government goes all in to expose new malware used by North Korean hackers

Malicious wares are used in attacks to steal money and conduct other illegal activities.

On Feb 18, 2020
@StaySafeOnline shared
RT @DarkReading: Why will ransomware target cloud? 1. Ransomware has mostly steered away from cloud, creating new opportunity for attackers 2. Cloud-based data & services are critical to daily business ops 3. Cloud gives attackers a larger victim pool More from @SecAdept https://t.co/B9CWN4JDl9
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Why Ransomware Will Soon Target the Cloud

As businesses' daily operations become more dependent on cloud services, ransomware authors will follow to maximize profits. The good news: Many of the best practices for physical servers ...

On Feb 14, 2020
@cylanceinc shared
#CaseStudy: Investment Bank Takes on #Cybersecurity. In this case study, we'll show how a $40 billion multi-national private equity, investment banking, & financial services corporation switched their antivirus protection to #BlackBerryCylance. Learn more: https://t.co/oXf57R8Aqo https://t.co/YNRBsnToiB
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Case Study: Investment Bank Takes on Cybersecurity

In this case study, we'll show how a $40 billion multi-national private equity, investment banking, and financial services corporation switched their antivirus protection to BlackBerry ...

On Feb 15, 2020
@threatpost shared
Top #security stories for this week include: -Recent phishing scams - including ones with #ValentinesDay hooks -Emotet hacking nearby Wi-Fi networks -A new tactic called “bring your own bug" being used by malware operators -Patch Tuesday craziness https://t.co/OtRSEQa2yv
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News Wrap: Valentine’s Day Scams and Emotet’s Wi-Fi Hack

Top stories of this week include a new Emotet Wi-Fi hack and Robbinhood ransomware operators using a "bring your own bug" technique.

On Feb 17, 2020
@dinodaizovi shared
RT @OhadMZ: Iranian hackers have been hacking VPN servers to plant backdoors in companies around the world - great article by @ZDNet about the operation we uncovered tday https://t.co/G5piovfnrf @campuscodi
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Iranian hackers have been hacking VPN servers to plant backdoors in companies around the world

Iranian hackers have targeted Pulse Secure, Fortinet, Palo Alto Networks, and Citrix VPNs to hack into large companies.

On Feb 15, 2020
@SecurityWeek shared
USCYBERCOM Shares More North Korean Malware Samples - https://t.co/qKNchJ2sar #VirusTotal #Lazarus
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USCYBERCOM Shares More North Korean Malware Samples

The U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) has uploaded new malware samples to VirusTotal, all of which the Command has attributed to the North Korea-linked threat group Lazarus.

On Feb 18, 2020
@cylanceinc shared
Threat Spotlight: Nuke Ransomware. Nuke #ransomware encrypts files with an AES 256-bit encryption key and changes the file name to random characters with a .nuclear55 extension. Our team analyzed a Nuke sample - this blog details our investigation. https://t.co/PZctROcXcp https://t.co/KWefQ78V47
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Threat Spotlight: Nuke Ransomware

Nuke ransomware encrypts files with an AES 256-bit encryption key and changes the file name to random characters with a .nuclear55 extension. Our Threat Research team analyzed a Nuke sample ...

On Feb 14, 2020
@kaspersky shared
The front-running attack that didn’t happen – how we helped @Revain_org to ensure better safety for their users: https://t.co/Pp3W0QCrUc The Ultimate #Cybersecurity for the Crypto-Economy: https://t.co/PZeILD1Rbr https://t.co/Pd2yJbsAEK
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How a front-running attack didn’t happen WEB

How a front-running attack didn’t happen2019 2Revain implements innovative features in their smart contract mechanism to provide extra security for managed digital assets in case of hacking ...

On Feb 15, 2020
@WIRED shared
Your connected vibrator is a security risk. https://t.co/65s0vQVjbr
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The Next Security Risk May Be Your Vibrator

Opinion: The internet of things has permitted the hacking of whole new categories of products -- including sex toys.

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On Feb 15, 2020
@whitehatsec shared
With the urban population increasing, the smart city industry is growing. What #cybersecurity must look like to ensure protection: https://t.co/tpIJCy4hvN via @RWW
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Cybersecurity: Ensuring Sanity in Smart Cities

This article contains a thorough insight into smart city cyber security and a step-by-step guide on how to properly implement it.

On Feb 13, 2020
@TalosSecurity shared
This week's Threat Source newsletter has Microsoft bugs, new YouTube videos and RATs. What more could you need? https://t.co/HgpMtaBk0P https://t.co/jouzksiDMy
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Threat Source newsletter (Feb. 13, 2020)

A blog from the world class Intelligence Group, Talos, Cisco's Intelligence Group

On Feb 15, 2020
@whitehatsec shared
IoT has changed the way the industrial industry operates. But is connectivity raising the #cybersecurity risk? More from @cisomag: https://t.co/CDUPTgR8sW
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Is Connectivity Making Industrial Cybersecurity More Vulnerable?

Industrial cybersecurity comes to the forefront as industries increasingly adopt digital technologies.

On Feb 18, 2020
@StaySafeOnline shared
"Attackers can reach campaign and election system online resources and email inboxes far easier than they can scale up hacks on individual voting machines." #PrivacyAware #Election2020 More via @DarkReading @todb https://t.co/AmxIyqgbji
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Forget Hacks... Ransomware, Phishing Are Election Year's Real Threats

As we gear up for the voting season, let's put aside any links between foreign interference and voting machine security and focus on the actual risks threatening election security.

On Feb 13, 2020
@InfosecurityMag shared
Ukrainian Blackout Malware at Large on Dark Web https://t.co/eR5UwdMZGa
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Ukrainian Blackout Malware at Large on Dark Web

SSH backdoor capabilities commoditized for use by cybercrime community

On Feb 13, 2020
@kaspersky shared
Mac users don't have to worry about malware 🍎 #TellMeALie https://t.co/l1qjYjyuUw
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Threats to macOS users

An extremely dangerous threat is a targeted attack on macOS and iOS users, mainly business users. Several well-known cybercriminal groups are currently working to develop malware for these ...

On Feb 18, 2020
@SCMagazine shared
Iranian APT actors have engaged in a #cyberespionage and data theft campaign that has victimized dozens of companies around the world, typically compromising them via VPN and Remote Desktop Protocol services. https://t.co/KQxWtVl8rd
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Fox Kitten APT campaign exploits VPN flaws hours after public disclosure

An Iranian APT campaign called Fox Kitten has compromised dozens of companies around the world via their VPN services, according to researchers.

On Feb 14, 2020
@SCMagazine shared
Almost twice as many attacks were recorded against #Mac endpoints in 2019 compared to those running #Windows, @Malwarebytes revealed. https://t.co/ccBMLu6rdk
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Mac cyberattacks double in 2019: Malwarebytes

The Apple ecosystem has long been considered the safer environment compared to Windows when it comes to being targeted by cyberattacks, but that is no longer necessarily the case.

On Feb 18, 2020
@StaySafeOnline shared
RT @danieleliot: Is this Netflix-style thriller the future of security training? https://t.co/qHB1Ffpa4b
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Is this Netflix-style thriller the future of security training?

Cyber awareness specialists at KnowBe4 reckon that bringing Netflix-style production values to corporate videos heralds a new approach to security training.

On Feb 14, 2020
@StaySafeOnline shared
Have you seen @USATODAY's newest #Cybersecurity magazine edition? Check it out here: https://t.co/zLYV91qMJB for some of the top stories in #IoT, threats & more. #PrivacyAware https://t.co/Wg8rFRBaFj
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Cybersecurity 2020

USA TODAY's Cyber Security magazine offers news and information on cyber security, including technology, useful tools, trends and advice.

On Feb 18, 2020
@cylanceinc shared
SSP Worldwide Takes on #Cybersecurity. "We now consider #CylancePROTECT as a fundamental part of our future #informationsecurity architecture, and to date, it has not only met but exceeded our expectations." Learn more: https://t.co/mkZ6xgUhfx #casestudy #BBRSAC2020 #RSAC https://t.co/IP53jhohPu
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Industry • Financial Services Environment • Server, SaaS, and Cloud • Over 7,000 endpoints • Staff of 700 with operations on four continents Challenges • Reduce the risk of malware, ...