As the world dabbles into religious science, here’s a lesson or two for Cyber Security risk managers. This image showing Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs and a top official of Russian’s Orthodox church went viral across social media sites recently.
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In the wake of Wannacry Ransomware that infected 50,000+ systems globally, it is becoming important users take extra caution of app download particularly for Android users.
In a recent, massive incident, more than 400 apps on Google Play (and nearly 3,000 in other app stores) turned out to be plagued with the DressCode Trojan.
Read more: https://blog.kaspersky.com/dresscode-android-trojan/13219/
Yahoo Data Theft linked to Blackhat Group In Eastern Europe
In a recent report released by InfoArmor, Yahoo Data Theft has been linked to a group of hackers code name “Group E”. InfoArmor says the group apparently ex-filtrated the data via a remote attack.
When asked to explain the cause of the attack that led to the compromise of 500 Million User Accounts, Yahoo had previously fingered state sponsored organ linked to the Russian federation.
Full details of InfoArmor investigation can be downloaded here
A Real-world Assessment of Organization’s Defense-in-Depth Model: Snippets from FireEye Recent Data Analysis
- Nearly all (97 percent) organizations had been breached, meaning at least one attacker had bypassed all layers of their defense-in-depth architecture.
- More than a fourth of all organizations experienced events known to be consistent with tools and tactics used by advanced persistent threat (APT) actors.
- Three-fourths of organizations had active command-and-control communications, indicating that attackers had control of the breached systems and were possibly already receiving data from them.
- Even after an organization was breached, attackers attempted to compromise the typical organization more than once per week (1.59) on average.
Extensive update on this report can be downloaded from fireEye website