Old Foe Or New Enemy? Here’s How Researchers Handle APT Attribution

Malwarebytes’ exposé of LazyScripter revealed that the group has operated since at least 2018, targeting International Air Transport Association (IATA) members, airlines and immigrants seeking employment in Canada. (Scazon/CC BY 2.0) With cybercriminals commonly sharing tactics and techniques on underground forums, and with digital adversaries frequently leveraging many of the same commodity malwares and commercially […]

Chart Shows Connections Between Cybercrime Groups

Cybersecurity reports often talk about threat actors and their malware/hacking operations as self-standing events, but, in reality, the cybercrime ecosystem is much smaller and far more interconnected than the layperson might realize. Cybercrime groups often have complex supply chains, like real software companies, and they regularly develop relationships within the rest of the e-crime ecosystem […]

Four New Hacking Groups Are Targeting Critical Infrastructure

More hacking groups than ever before are targeting industrial environments as cyber attackers attempt to infiltrate the networks of companies providing vital services, including electric power, water, oil and gas, and manufacturing. Threats include cyber-criminal groups looking to steal information or encrypt systems with ransomware, as well as nation-state-backed hacking operations attempting to determine the […]

Bombardier Data Posted On Ransomware Site Following FTA Hack

Image: SAAB Canadian airplane manufacturer Bombardier has disclosed today a security breach after some of its data was published on a dark web portal operated by the Clop ransomware gang. “An initial investigation revealed that an unauthorized party accessed and extracted data by exploiting a vulnerability affecting a third-party file-transfer application, which was running on […]

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