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Hacker-for-hire groups profit by commoditizing APT tactics

In the span of just over three months, researchers have exposed three mercenary, “hacker-for-hire” groups engaging in industrial espionage and stealing corporate secrets for profit. Despite using tactics, techniques and procedures that are more typical of a nation-state ATP group, these threat actors –  Dark Basin, DeathStalker and an unnamed third entity group detailed late last month by Bitdefender –…
Featured, Security News

The cyber digital divide: How to level the playing field

In the words of Phil Reitinger, president and CEO of the Global Cyber Alliance: “Cybersecurity needs to be a basic human right." In part two of this two-part series, we examine ways to better serve the underserved, economically challenged communities.
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Government/Defense, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Chinese-made drone app may be spying on Americans

An Android application that controls a drone manufactured by China-based Da Jiang Innovations (DJI) contains a self-update feature that bypasses the Google Play Store, thus creating the ability for the app to transmit sensitive personal information to DJI’s servers or possibly the Chinese government. The DJI GO 4 Android app has been designed for use…
Government, Government/Defense, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

EU court kills Privacy Shield, wreaks havoc on digital economy

The EU court decision in the Schrems II case that effectively kills the Privacy Shield pact hammered out four years ago between the U.S. and EU could cripple multinational companies’ ability to operate as they scramble to scrutinize their data transfer mechanisms. “This is a stunning and completely unexpected decision. In invalidating the Privacy Shield framework,…
Executive Insight, Perspectives

Inside the Dark Web: 4 Misconceptions and How Security Teams Can Change Minds and Benefit

While the dark web offers a haven for criminals and serves as inspiration for Hollywood blockbusters, it’s much more mundane in real life. Still, many businesses feed into the fallacies surrounding the dark side of the Internet, ultimately delaying their ability to protect employees and consumers. Our industry really needs to shed some light on…
Executive Insight, Opinion

How insurance CISOs can address cloud migration security concerns

The cloud is hardly new for most industries, but insurance is still in its early days with respect to widespread adoption. While solid progress is being made—a recent report from Novarica shows that more than 70% of insurers now use cloud computing (more than triple the last few years)—most have implemented it only in segments…
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Cybercrime, Data Breach, Ransomware, Security News

REvil hackers extort law firm with Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Elton John as clients

Cyberattackers have breached a high-profile entertainment and media law firm, infecting the practice with ransomware and stealing files that apparently pertain to its star clients, including Lady Gaga, Madonna, Elton John, Barbara Streisand, Bruce Springsteen, Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige. A cyber analyst who requested anonymity provided SC Media with content posted on the…
Features, Security News

The new cybersecurity resilience

Is your cybersecurity posture resilient enough to survive a pandemic? You’re about to find out. Teri Robinson reports.  Long before the coronavirus made the jump from bat to humans, most organizations had prioritized cybersecurity and operational resilience, or at least given it lip service, recognizing that while stopping all threats at the doorstep is impossible,…
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