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Cybersecurity Collaborative creates task force to mitigate third-party risk

Recent supply chain attacks prompted cybersecurity professionals, under the auspices of Cybersecurity Collaborative, to stand up a task force focused on minimizing third-party risk. The need for the Third-Party Risk Task Force, which kicked off this week, has been amplified by recent advanced persistent threat attacks that infiltrated corporate and government networks, due to security…
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SMBs assaulted by ‘mercenary’ DeathStalker APT espionage campaigns

The hacker collective known as DeathStalker has recently widened its footprint to include small to medium-sized business (SMB) targets in the financial sector throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia and Latin America. Deathstalker’s tactics, techniques and procedures aren’t different from when it first emerged as a hacker-for-hire, according to Kaspersky, which tracked Deathstalker’s activities for the…
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Leaked videos offer rare behind-the-scenes look at Iranian APT operation

Threat analysts hit the cyber intel mother lode after uncovering a 40GB data leak that included training videos shedding light on the activities of an Iranian advanced persistent threat group. In a company blog post this week, IBM X-Force Incident Response Intelligence Services (IRIS) said that the leaked assets were the result of an OPSEC error on…
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Feds arrest teen Twitter hack leader, accomplices

The ringleader of the Twitter breach that used prominent accounts to run a cryptocurrency scam turns out to be a 17-year-old in Tampa arrested earlier today. Two accomplices, Nima Fazeli, 22, of Orlando and Mason Sheppard, 19, in the U.K., known as Rolex and Chaewon, respectively, were also arrested in the scheme that took over…
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