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Caribou Coffee data breach affects 270 locations

The Caribou Coffee chain has reported that its point of sale system was hacked, resulting in a data breach affecting dozens of locations, primarily in Minnesota. The breach was noticed on Nov. 28, after which time Caribou Coffee hired the security firm Mandiant to investigate. Mandiant reported two days later that unauthorized persons had accessed…
Data Breach, Ransomware, Security News

Magellan Health warns ransomware attack exposed PII

Magellan Health is warning customers that an April 11 ransomware attack may have affected their personal information. A Mandiant investigation determined an “unauthorized actor gained access to Magellan’s systems after sending a phishing email on April 6” impersonating one of the company’s clients, the company said in a notice from Magellan Senior Vice President and…
Product Review

FireEye Endpoint Security v4.9

FireEye Endpoint Security uses machine learning and built-in detection and protection capabilities to defend against cyber-attacks and safeguard the information stored on endpoints. Too often, security teams face continuous attacks from multiple attackers. They then receive a string of alerts about such attacks, but lack the environmental visibility necessary to respond. FireEye reverses this trend,…
Coronavirus, Security News

APT32 actively spearphishing Chinese officials in a search for COVID-19 data

The suspected Vietnamese threat group APT32 has been conducting a spearphishing campaign against Chinese targets in an attempt to glean information on COVID-19. FireEye’s Mandiant Threat Intelligence Team reported the attacks have been conducted throughout the pandemic, from early January to date, with the targets including China’s Ministry of Emergency Management as well as the…
APTs/cyberespionage, Cybercrime, Featured, Security News, Website/Web Server Security

Media companies need to lock down content systems as fake news invades

Social media companies have started to become more efficient at recognizing and taking down fake accounts designed to spread fake news and propaganda. But operators of traditional media websites and other digital platforms that regularly publish vital news information to the public may also want to train themselves be on the lookout for disinformation secretly…
No news on if Iran will retaliate yet...
APTs/cyberespionage, Security News

Iranian actors possibly behind DNS attack: FireEye

A tentative connection has been made to Iranian-inspired actors for a wave of DNS attack being conducted against targets in Middle East and North Africa, Europe and North America. FireEye’s Mandiant Incident Response and Intelligence teams tempered its belief that Iran is behind the attacks noting work continues on attribution, but enough evidence exists for…
Malware, Network Security, Security News

Amid Iranian hacker crackdown, CISOs should prep for retaliation

The United States ran a full-court press against Iranian hackers last week, including indictments from the Department of Justice, the FBI identifying malware used in attacks, and the addition of government-aligned hackers to the sanctions list by Treasury. In theory, increasing pressure against a foreign group may cause a pause in operations. Alternately, sanctions can…
Cybercrime, Malware, Ransomware, Security News

FIN6 cybercrime actor adds ransomware to its repertoire

Traditionally associated with payment card theft, the cybercriminal group FIN6 has expanded its operations to apparently include ransomware attacks using the malicious encryption programs Ryuk and LockerGoga, according to researchers. Investigations by the FireEye Intelligence research team and the company’s Mandiant division have revealed that FIN6’s ransomware activity dates back to July 2018, and has…
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