It's Monday, and there's no better way to start a new week than with some cybersecurity-related news. So, if you need an excuse to procrastinate a bit more, allow us to fill that void. For this iteration, we made a few minor improvements, as always. In addition to the table of contents from last time, we've added more granularity by categorizing all the stories by type. For … [Read more...]
Cybersecurity News: Free Cybersecurity Training, TrickBot Group Exposed, Major GoDaddy Breach, and Russia to Legalize cybercrime?!
A new week, a new month, and a new Cybersecurity News post! This iteration contains a whopping eight (8) stories covering the last two to four weeks. Since cybersecurity is a diverse field of assorted specializations, we attempt to match that with various stories touching on all aspects of cybersecurity. This time we cover a few breaches, Elon Musk's decision to alter Twitter's … [Read more...]
Cybersecurity News: Automated Ransomware Attacks, U.S. No Fly List Leaked, and A.I. Detecting A.I.
Welcome to another iteration of Cybersecurity News. The fairly new and unorthodox, semi-monthly news article that highlights a handful of noteworthy cybersecurity-related stories and provides extra references and resources to do further research if you desire. We aim to solidify a more concrete release schedule going forward and will release more information once we have it. … [Read more...]
A Technical Analysis of ISAACWiper
Shortly after Putin launched his "special military operation" in Ukraine on February 24th, 2022, researchers from ESET published information about two novel destructive malware families – HermeticWiper and ISAACWiper. HermeticWiper was part of a three-pronged campaign that included a worm and pseudo-ransomware component known as HermeticWizard and HermeticRansom, respectively. … [Read more...]
Cybersecurity News: ACLU Unveils Mass Surveillance Program, (More) Malvertising, and Breaches
Sifting through the most recent cybersecurity-related news may seem daunting, and keeping up with the latest developments is arduous. However, the WatchGuard Threat Lab is happy to filter through the latest cybersecurity news and highlight some stories we believe are important, noteworthy, or interesting. The goal is to focus on a few recent cybersecurity-related stories, … [Read more...]