U.S., allies warn of rising recent and future attacks on managed service providers

Written by AJ Vicens May 11, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP Cybersecurity authorities in the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand released a joint advisory Wednesday warning that they “expect malicious…

FBI joins other intelligence agencies in warning about Russia

Written by Tonya Riley Mar 29, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP The FBI’s top cyber official called Russia a “formidable foe” in an oversight hearing Tuesday by the House Judiciary Committee. “We…

Alleged Ukrainian member of REvil Ransomware Gang extradited to US

Yaroslav Vasinskyi (22) is believed to be part of the REvil Ransomware gang that was behind multiple ransomware attacks against the United States including the Kaseya supply chain attack. A…

CISA, White House urge organizations to get ready for holiday cyberattacks

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the White House have released warnings to companies and organizations across the country, urging them to be on alert for cyberattacks ahead of…

Ransomware Attackers Have ‘Industry Standards’ Too

Security Intelligence – Security Intelligence – Ransomware Attackers Have ‘Industry Standards’ Too Ransomware attackers are creating ‘industry standards’ and using them to define an ideal target for their campaigns. The…

Ransomware in 2022: We're all screwed

Ransomware is now a primary threat for businesses, and with the past year or so considered the “golden era” for operators, cybersecurity experts believe this criminal enterprise will reach new…

In 2022, Expect More Supply Chain Pain and Changing Security Roles

If 2021 was the Year of Supply Chain Pain, 2022 will be the Year of Supply Chain Chronic Pain (or something worse than pain). This past year, the pain was…

REvil/Sodinokibi Ransomware: Origin, Victims, Prevention Strategies

This post is also available in: Danish Cyberattacks have become a part of our reality, but have you ever wondered what might happen if your company gets targeted? You probably…

Hackers are using this new malware which hides between blocks of junk code

A Russian-government back hacking group linked to the SolarWinds supply chain attack has developed new malware which has been used to conduct attacks against businesses and governments in North America and Europe…

Treasury Crypto Security Sanction Blocks Exchange Favored by Ransomware Actors

Security Intelligence – Security Intelligence – Treasury Crypto Security Sanction Blocks Exchange Favored by Ransomware Actors The U.S. government sanctioned the cryptocurrency exchange SUEX for moving money for ransomware actors.…