The Russian-linked group Nobelium APT29 conducted a spear-phishing campaign which delivered new early-stage malware and Denmark has allegedly helped the US to spy on allied EU politicians.
DarkSide’s ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has brought dark shadows over the group from inside the cybercriminals community. Will ransomware operators have to adapt their approaches? What’s next?
CryptoCore attributed to TA Lazarus targeted cryptocurrency exchanges worldwide since at least 2018, and the forced Ryanair landing in Belarus is not helping the already stained EU-US relations with Russia
This week, several sources confirmed increasing ransomware activity. Following the DarkSide attack on Colonial Pipeline, the US released an Exec Order to strengthen its cybersecurity infrastructure and implements a zero-trust model.
The death of the third-party cookie is near. Introducing new privacy-friendly features and alternatives to increase data security.
This week, we look at the Colonial Pipeline cyber attack attributed to Darkside ransomware and patches for Microsoft and Adobe incl. a 0-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader.
In this week’s Weekly, read about the latest Lazarus campaign spoofing Rheinmetall, recent ransomware activity, and how deep fakes are used for fraud.
Lazarus strikes with a fake job social-engineering attack on a pharmaceutical company, and various industries worldwide suffer from the semiconductor supply shortage.
After the US sanctioned against Russia for the SolarWinds attacks, tensions between the nations could grow & likely manifest in cyberspace. Stay up-to-date on Russia’s APTs, their connection to Intelligence Services & sanctioned companies
This week covers FireEyes research on exploitation of 0-day vulnerabilities in SonicWall and Pulse Secure and the impact of the US sanction against Russia in response to the SolarWinds attack.