Twitter confirmed at the time that they had indeed been breached and reported a patch to the exploit. However the data was still put up for sale on the dark web.
Luna Moth, a ransomware group active since March of this year – also known as the Silent Ransom Group – has been utilizing multiple tactics to extort ransom from victims.
Make Purchases Online? Here Are 4 Things You (And Your Employees) Need To Do To Keep From Becoming A Prime Target For Cybercriminals
ROI Revolution estimates that e-commerce sales will eclipse $236 billion this holiday season. While that’s the most popular time for consumers to purchase online, in 2021 over $2 billion a day was made in online purchases.
A new extortion scam that is actively targeting website owners and administrators worldwide has been detected and reported by BleepingComputer.com
FBI issues warning about fake refund or payment portals disguised as if from legitimate financial institutions
On November 10th, the FBI released a public service announcement that scammers are now using techniques that impersonate financial institutions – like JP Morgan Chase.
Local News reports that they believe the practice, Hawaii Radiologic Associates, has become victims of a cyberattack. Information was found by investigators and from patient reports that the practice has no access to computers or phones.
White House meets with dozens of allied countries for second counter ransomware summit in wake of increased attacks
The White House and over 36 countries have convened a Cybersecurity Summit to discuss new plans and protections to deal with cybercriminals and hackers.
Typosquatting, the malicious malware method that’s just one mistyped key away from your favorite websites
These maIicious websites can be very difficuIt to spot. Many are direct clones of the actuaI website in design, and extremely convincing.
Insurance firm EyeMed fined $4.5 million dollars by New York’s Department of Financial Services for failing cybersecurity compliance regulations!
As NYDFS prepares new, stricter regulatory updates that are launching within weeks, they are also increasing their penalties and fines to insurance and financial companies.
RaaS is typically human-operated ransomware. This means the software, which often is automated, is instead directed by a live person, in turn making the attack increasingly more effective.