Supply Chain Cyberattacks Eyed by Lazarus Cyber Syndicate
Lazarus threat actor develops supply chain cyberattack capabilities, thereby expanding tis potential targets, Kaspersky research alleges.
VHD Ransomware Linked to North Korea’s Lazarus APT Group: Report
Lazarus advanced persistent threat (APT) group linked to VHD ransomware attacks, Kaspersky research finds.
McAfee ID’s Lazarus as Operation Sharpshooter Malware Operators
It was Lazarus all along behind the critical infrastructure cyber attacks in 2018, McAfee said in a follow up to its Operation Sharpshooter research.
Lazarus Group Steals Millions of Dollars From U.S. ATMs
Trojan.Fastcash malware infected ATMs. Lazarus hackers tied to North Korea stole millions of dollars from U.S. banks, Symantec says.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 26 October 2021
Today’s MSSP news involves Armis, BCS, Cerberus Cyber Sentinel, Cofense, Devo, ESET, Kaspesky, Microsoft Intelligent Security Association, Paladin Cyber, Piiano, Security On-Demand, Sonrai Security & more.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 25 February 2021
Today’s MSSP news involves Armorblox, Assured Data Protection, Black Girls Hack (BGH), Kaspersky, Microsoft MISA, OneLogin, Palo Alto Networks, Quzara, RangeForce, SolarWinds, Transmit Security & more.
DOJ Charges North Korean Hackers With Digital Crimes
U.S. Justice Department charges three North Korea-backed cyber operatives with conspiring to steal & extort more than $1.3B in cash & cryptocurrency.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 16 February 2021
Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Bridgecrew, Centreon, Check Point, CSPM, Egregor ransomware, Ingram Micro, NIST, Palo Alto Networks & more.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 16 November 2020
Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Check Point, ConnectWise, ESET, Lazarus hackers, Malwarebytes, Microsoft MISA, Onevinn, Palo Alto Networks, Pay2Key ransomware, WhiteSource & more.
US Treasury Department Warning: Are Ransomware Payments Illegal?
The U.S. Department of the Treasury raises questions about companies that facilitate ransomware payments during the COVID-19 pandemic.