NSA Shadow Brokers Data Leak: Prime Suspect Named
The alleged case against Harold Martin, an ex-National Security Agency (NSA) third-party contractor long suspected as a central figure in the Shadow Brokers’ 2016 heist and online fire sale of the agency’s top secret hacking tools.
The NSA Mess: Cyber Weapons Robbed by Shadow Brokers For Sale to U.S. Adversaries
After more than a year of investigation, the NSA still has no certainty of who the Shadow Brokers are & how they got into the agency, reports suggest.
The Shadow Brokers (TSB) Hacker Group Updates Monthly Data Dump Service
The Shadow Brokers (TSB), a cybercriminal group that provides computer exploits & hacking tools, announces several changes to its monthly data dump service.
Shadow Brokers Archive Fuels Cybersecurity Attack Trends
Shadow Brokers’ “Lost In Translation” archive, which contained numerous exploits, fueled Q2 2017 malware attacks, Kaspersky Lab reports.
The Shadow Brokers Threaten to Launch Hacker Subscription Service
The Shadow Brokers (TSB), the hacker group that shared tools allegedly stolen from U.S. National Security Agency, threatens to launch subscription service.
Top 10 Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) for 2019
Top 10 cloud access security brokers (CASBs) for 2019 based on Gartner Magic Quadrant. Includes MSSP Alert views on partner programs & channel commitments.
Managed Security Services Provider Morning News: 14 November 2017
Our MSSP & cybersecurity new spans Cybint Solutions, Lucas Systems, NSA, Netsurion, Security On-Demand, SecurityFirst, SentinelOne, Shadow Brokers & more.
Managed Security Services Provider Morning News: 11 September 2017
MSSP & cybersecurity updates: Best Buy, Core Security, Delta Risk, Equifax, Kaspersky Lab, Onesecure Asia Pte, Shadow Brokers, Trusted Metrics & Trustwave.
Managed Security Services Morning Update: 15 May 2017
Worldwide managed security services provider (MSSP) updates involving CyberArk, Conjur, Oracle Cloud Services, Shadow Brokers, VirtualArmour & more.
Baltimore Ransomware Attack Involved NSA’s EternalBlue Hacker Tools: Report
The Baltimore ransomware attack involved EternalBlue malware stolen from the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2017, The New York Times asserts.