This week covers two major cyber revelations, which will undoubtedly impact the #geopolitical landscape. First, the #NSOgroup and #Candiru alleged #spyware incidents and the impending impact to Israeli-relations. We also cover the joint statement from western allies accusing China of #cyberespionage.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) recently presented updates to the ISO 27002 standard, which consolidates chapters and controls, as well as adding several new controls. The update to the ISO framework includes Threat Intelligence (TI) further highlights the growing importance of TI in an organization’s security management.
We are honored to announce that QuoIntelligence is among the first security companies to receive the quality label “Cyber Security Made in Europe” from the European Cyber Security Organization (ECSO).
In late 2020, QuoIntelligence identified a malicious Word document. It contained technical indicators associated with an Agent Tesla malware campaign, a readily available Remote Access Trojan (RAT) that steals keystrokes and credentials. It ultimately led us to uncover the operation of a Nigerian eCrime gang.
This week, learn about a newly discovered set of tools to conduct multi-stage kill-chain attacks involving a ransomware variant, dubbed DarkRadiation. Geopolitically, we dive into the latest developments and new regulations of the current ICT landscape.
Microsoft released 49 patches and G7 nations reached a deal on globalized taxation rules for multinationals
Supply chains are in international spotlight. The new EU Due Diligence Law will hold companies, their suppliers and other contractors liable to keep their supply chains secure, ethical and environmental friendly. Germany adopted the law and will start executing 2023. How can you secure your supply chain best now?