We recorded this episode before news of the massive attack against Kasaye users broke on Friday. Suffice to say, next week's episode will give a full debrief of the incident including how it happened, who it affected, and what all MSPs can learn from it. In the meantime, check out Corey's post on the Kaseya breach here, which we will continue to update as new information comes … [Read more...]
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Its that time of year again! This week on the podcast, we cover the latest internet security report from the WatchGuard Threat Lab. We'll go over the latest trends in malware and network attacks targeting WatchGaurd customer networks through the first quarter of the year, as well as defensive tips for all organizations. … [Read more...]
This week on the podcast we discuss an often overlooked item for sale on underground forums, authentication cookies. Before that though, we'll cover a few surprising stats from a recent ransomware study by Cybereason and an update from NATO on cyber warfare. … [Read more...]
This week on the podcast, we discuss operation Trojan Shield, a multi-year program where the FBI in partnership with international law enforcement agencies developed and distributed an encrypted communications application on the underground that gave them full access into criminal messages. We'll also cover the latest news from the recent Colonial Pipeline and JBS ransomware … [Read more...]
This week on the podcast, we take a look at how soldiers unknowingly leaked highly-sensitive information about the United States' foreign nuclear arsenal and discuss how we can reprogram humans to not make similar mistakes. We also cover the latest major ransomware incident targeting manufacturing and industrial control, a damning privacy admission from Google's own executives, … [Read more...]