A report released Tuesday details how a Middle East-based advanced persistent threat (APT) adversary is targeting Android users with new, stealthy spyware variants, particularly in the Palestinian territories.
At CyberWarCon on Tuesday, Reuters reporters Christopher Bing and Raphael Satter presented new details into an ongoing investigation into hack-and-leak-as-a-service being offered by Indian and Gulf-state businesses, often to clients looking to impact private sector civil litigation.
The findings shed new light on a global influence campaign that went from pushing anti-NATO narratives to narrowly targeting opponents of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko at home and abroad over the past year and a half.
For a more complete picture of employee cyber habits, organizations must creatively track user behaviors related to endpoint, web and data security as well. The data is there, said Living Security CSO Drew Rose at InfoSec World.