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March 17, 2020
Viewpoint: Geneva Conventions for Cyber Warriors Long Overdue 3/18/2020 By Steve Waugh iStock photo Cyber warfare is a fact of the modern world. However, there is no clear international law that distinguishes between warfare, terrorism, crime or vandalism. As a result, U.S. military cyber warriors are operating without the protections and restrictions their...
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We’re prepared to help with your COVID-19 response. Learn more. The effects of globalization and the pace of technological advancement have created a situation in which employees need to be able to work from anywhere in the world, even from the confines of their own homes. Thankfully, cloud infrastructure has reached a zenith where remote...
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Much like the new cases of COVID-19 that occur daily, cybercriminals are constantly rolling out new tactics, techniques and procedures based on the pandemic. One of the newer attacks, first observed on March 7, uses a Coronavirus themed email to spread RedLine Stealer malware. This is described as a particularly well designed, written and developed...
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Home > Security News With concerns over coronavirus on the rise and in a political climate that can generously be described as “charged,” when Facebook began marking and removing posts linking to COVID-19-related articles as spam, many users on the social media platform began eyeing their friends lists with suspicion and even floating conspiracy theories....
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I’m writing this on St. Patrick’s Day in New York City, but there’s no parade, and on streets proudly teeming with Irish pubs, not one is open. Pubs, restaurants: After hurricanes, as we sift through the wreckage and commence the repairs, we’re typically encouraged to flock to them, both to bolster local businesses and reclaim...
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Cybercriminals are exploiting Covid-19 concerns as situation worsens Global Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) have doubled down on their warnings for the public to be wary of scams and cyber-attacks referencing the coronavirus pandemic. Attackers ranging from cybercriminals to suspected spies have cynically used alarm about the global health emergency as bait for phishing or...
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Well, it says a lot of things, and as expected it answers some questions and asks more. First, thank you to everyone who completed the survey and shared it, there are over 400 responses so far and I plan on leaving it open for a few more weeks. I will hold off on sharing my...
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Home > Security News > News Archive > Coronavirus Cymantic has made its in-session visibility dashboard, Cymatic 20/20 will be available for free to educational institutions and non-profits to help supporting students learning from home during the Coronavirus pandemic. The dashboard normally is used to provide remote workers with secure access to critical network applications....
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Credit: Dreamstime An alert by the Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has warned of a COVID-19 themed scam text being sent around, coming from the sender, “GOV”, and more could be on the way. The text alerts the recipient with a notice that they have received a message in regards to the...
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Researchers have uncovered a new malware campaign that uses the COVID-19 pandemic as a lure, and also abuses platform-as-a-service web infrastructure tools to apparently thwart attempts at blocking command-and-control communications. Dubbed BlackWater, the backdoor malware specifically takes advantage of Cloudflare Workers — an offering of Cloudflare, a popular provider of website operators with content delivery...
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Small businesses face a heavy risk when it comes to cyber security. The best defense relies on an active, educated employer. On March 9, 2018, the Oregon Clinic discovered an unidentified party had accessed an email account. The data breach gave attackers access to names, birth dates, medical information, and in some cases, the social...
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TOKYO — Japan’s National Security Council is enlarging its scope to monitor for broad economic risks in light of the changing global environment that has given rise to unconventional threats, such as the novel coronavirus pandemic. The NSC has already highlighted several areas of concern, including the rise of digital currency and land acquisitions by foreigners, ahead...
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With many people being laid off or working from home thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic, cybercrooks are almost certain to have more than their usual share of recruitable “money mules” — people who get roped into money laundering schemes under the pretense of a work-at-home job offer. Here’s the story of one upstart mule factory...
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Around the Bloc – 17 March Today’s regional roundup: U.S. threatens Kosovo aid cutoff; Crimea, six years on; human rights in Moldova; bloggers in Uzbekistan; and Russian hackers. 17 March 2020 Stalled Tariff Dispute Costs Pristina U.S. Aid   Kosovo’s failure to reach a deal with Serbia on the 100 percent tariffs it imposed on...
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RALEIGH, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar 17, 2020– Cymatic today announced that its universal in-session visibility dashboard, Cymatic 20/20, will be available to SMBs, educational institutions, and not-for-profit organizations now through June 30, 2020, at no charge to help support newly remote students and workers as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. As more companies, schools, institutions, and...
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Criminal activity related to the pandemic cannot be tolerated, William Barr states in memo. US Attorney General William Barr has urged attorneys in the Department of Justice to focus attention on cybercriminals seeking to take advantage of coronavirus fears to spread malware and commit fraud. In a memo first reported by the AP, Barr reminds...
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Supply-chain attacks, website third-party risks, client-side threats, Magecart attacks, foam-jacking…, It’s all there, threatening your most valuable asset.  Well, don’t let it bother you these days. We will get you fully covered, and it’s all free now! The current Covid-19 pandemic is presenting businesses with unique challenges like never before. For many, it is about...
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Online guitar tutoring website TrueFire has apparently suffered a ‘Magecart’ style data breach incident that may have potentially led to the exposure of its customers’ personal information and payment card information. TrueFire is one of the popular guitar tutoring websites with over 1 million users, where wanna-be-guitarists pay online to access a massive library of...
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Axis Security has raised $17 million in VC funding. A new security-as-a-service (SaaS) startup officially launched today that provides end users with access to an organization’s private applications while keeping them off the corporate network and application server as a way to help prevent endpoint-borne threats. Axis Security, which had been operating in stealth mode,...
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As security professionals, it’s easy to get cynical about the continued proliferation of tax ID theft and blame the consumers themselves. But that doesn’t help anyone. We hear about it every year at this time: consumer-targeted phishing scams in which hackers are after tax returns. We’re all well aware of the motivations behind these schemes....
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