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Threat Actor Impersonates USPS to Deliver Backdoor Malware

The campaign is consistent with emerging tactics from bad actors to use increasingly sophisticated social engineering and spoofing to deliver malware.

By |2019-11-14T09:00:26-05:00November 14th, 2019|backdoor, cobalt strike, email campaign, government agencies, impersonation, Malware, new threat actor, Social Engineering, United States Postal Service, USPS, Web Security|Comments Off on Threat Actor Impersonates USPS to Deliver Backdoor Malware

Understanding the Ripple Effect: Large Enterprise Data Breaches Threaten Everyone

Fallout from giants at the top is one of the largest drivers of cyber-impacts on everyday people and companies.

By |2019-11-08T14:44:37-05:00November 8th, 2019|advice, Breach, corporate risk, Critical Infrastructure, data breach, Featured, Fortune 500, Hacks, large enterprises, Malware, Mobile Security, number of records breached, operational technology, privacy, strategies, tips, Vulnerabilities, Web Security|Comments Off on Understanding the Ripple Effect: Large Enterprise Data Breaches Threaten Everyone

Art Imitates Life: Lessons from the Final Season of Mr. Robot

Unlike Elliot, real-world adversaries don’t have lofty ideals nor do they suffer crises of conscience.

By |2019-11-08T13:31:58-05:00November 8th, 2019|Bluetooth Low Energy, Breach, could it happen in real life, elliot, episode 1, final season, Hacks, InfoSec Insider, IoT, james plouffe, mobileiron, mossack fonseca, Mr. Robot, panama papers, real world parallels, Web Security|Comments Off on Art Imitates Life: Lessons from the Final Season of Mr. Robot

Pwn2Own Tokyo Roundup: Amazon Echo, Routers and Smart TVs Fall to Hackers

The latest edition of the bi-annual hacking contest saw creative exploits in new device categories.

By |2019-11-08T11:09:33-05:00November 8th, 2019|amazon echo, f-secure labs, hacking contest, Hacks, IoT, Master of Pwn, Mobile Security, PWN2OWN, Routers, Smart TVs, team flashback, team fluoroacetate, tokyo 2019, Vulnerabilities, Web Security|Comments Off on Pwn2Own Tokyo Roundup: Amazon Echo, Routers and Smart TVs Fall to Hackers