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Phishing Attack Impersonates Law Firm

Phishing Attack Impersonates Law Firm

Netskope’s Threats Research Lab recently revealed details about newly discovered phishing cyber-attack that was targeting the client bases of a law firm in Denver, Colorado, and across the entire U.S. Using a PDF file which is hosted in Azure’s Blob Storage service, the attackers could easily send the file as …

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Tory App Snafu Exposes Ministers Personal Info

Tory App Snafu Exposes Ministers Personal Info

A malfunctioning mobile application which has left the Conservative Party red-faced after the users who can easily access the phone numbers and other personal details of Cabinet ministers, as the party’s conference kicked off in Birmingham this week. Events industry the app developer, CrowdComms, who apologized “unreservedly” for the incident, …

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Ransomware Casts Anchor at the Port of San Diego

Ransomware Casts Anchor at the Port of San Diego

A cybersecurity attach that was recently announced on Tuesday which was happened at the Port of San Diego, September 25, 2018, but the CEO Randa Coniglio announced on September 27, 2018, that the event was actually a ransomware attack on the port, which oversees more than 34 miles of coastline …

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Despite BOD 18-01, Federal Agencies Not at 100% HTTPS

Despite BOD 18-01, Fed Agencies Not at 100% HTTPS

A recent study that is assessing whether the federal agencies are prepared to respond to Binding Operation Directive-18-01 have successfully found that around half of these federal organizations have all the tools and automation in their place to respond incidents that impact the machine identities and many of which are …

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Businesses in Arkansas Hit with Ransomware

Businesses in Arkansas Hit with Ransomware

According to the news KARK, local businesses in Conway, Arkansas, have got hit with ransomware attack. Some of these businesses have lost around thousands of dollars. Companies that were attacked by ransomware doesn’t want to go public, but the local news KARK which is reporting that multiple files were been …

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DDoS Attack on Infinite Campus Limits Parent Access

DDoS Attack on Infinite Campus Limits Parent Access

DDoS Attack on Infinite Campus Limits Parent Access: A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on Infinite Campus, and educational software provider that hosts the parent portal for Oklahoma City Public Schools, created a lot of troubles for parents to get connected with district’s student information system. While this is not the …

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Solution to Skills Gap is Strong Cyber Culture

Solution to Skills Gap is Strong Cyber Culture

A new study that was recently released by (ISC)2 , organizations that have made a strong investment in cybersecurity technology are better able to retain the talent they need to protect against both the internal and external threats. The study, Building a Resilient Cybersecurity Culture, that surveyed around 250 organizations, …

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