Pegasus Spyware Used to Hijack Phones of US State Department Officials

According to Reuters and The Washington Post, Apple informed nine U.S. Embassy and State Department staff members that their iPhones may have been targeted by an unknown attacker employing state-sponsored…

Researchers Reveal More Details About SideCopy, the Pakistani Threat Actor Group

A hacking group from Pakistan managed to perform Facebook, Twitter, and Google sensitive credentials theft. It seems that its targets were Afghan ministries and a shared government computer from India.…

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…

Brace yourself for these five top data breach trends in 2022, Experian warns

In its latest annual Data Breach Industry Forecast released Monday, credit bureau and information services company Experian said that it has identified five areas it believes cybercriminals will find opportunities…

Enter the Heimdal™ Social Media Giveaway for a Chance to Win Holiday Goodies

Happy holidays from us to you! As the gift-giving season draws near, we are very excited to announce our first time ever social media giveaway! Make sure you follow us…

Retail Cybersecurity: Common Threats During the Holiday Shopping Season

With Black Friday past us and Cyber Monday turning into a Cyber Week — the holiday shopping season has started out with a bang. For many retailers, this season is…

ASIC says financial market cyber resiliency remained steady but fell short of target

Firms in Australia’s financial market have continued to be resilient against cyber threats, with improvement rates in cyber resiliency remaining steady, the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) reported on…

Australia commences work on electronic surveillance law reforms

The Australian government has commenced work to reform the country’s electronic surveillance laws that have been labelled as overly complex, inconsistent, and incompatible with the current technology landscape. The federal…

FBI: Cuba ransomware group hit 49 critical infrastructure organizations

The FBI has released a new notice about the Cuba ransomware, explaining that the group has attacked “49 entities in five critical infrastructure sectors” and made at least $43.9 million…

Ex Ubiquiti Developer Arrested for Data Theft

Ex Ubiquiti Developer Arrested for Data Theft A man from Oregon has been charged with stealing confidential data from his employer and secretly extorting the company for a $2m ransom while purporting…