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Equifax Breach Suffers Outrage Fatigue

Don’t give Equifax your time, data or attention. They lost our trust. They need to re-earn it. Focus on the people, products & institutions we CAN trust.

More Russia: Tensions Mount Over Another NSA Cybersecurity Breach

Did Russia hack the NSA (National Security Agency) & White House Chief of Staff John Kelly — and was Kaspersky Lab’s software partly involved?

Sonic Drive-In Security Breach: How to Get Free Identity Theft Protection

Sonic Drive-In offers free fraud detection & identity theft protection following a cybersecurity breach at some fast food chain restaurant locations.

Apple Mac Firmware Security Vulnerabilities: 5 Steps to Mitigate Malware Risks

Failure to properly update Apple Mac EFI firmware can lead to cybersecurity vulnerabilities & malware, Duo research reveals. Here are five corrective steps.

Sonic Drive-In Breach: Is Cybersecurity Crisis Communications on the Menu?

Sonic Drive-In confirms cyber breach. Can the fast food chain master cybersecurity crisis communications following the SEC & Equifax disclosure missteps?

ElasticSearch POS Malware Infects Amazon AWS Cloud Servers

Point-of-sale malware infects nearly 4,000 ElasticSearch nodes, 99% of which are hosted in Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud, Kromtech Security Center says.

Xero Phishing Campaign Targets Online Accounting Software Customers

Cyberattackers are using a new phishing & malware campaign to target Xero online accounting software customers, according to Chicago-based MSSP Trustwave.

WireX Android Botnet Mitigated by Cybersecurity Providers, Researchers

Android Botnet called WireX mitigated by researchers from Akamai, Cloudflare, Flashpoint, Google, Oracle Dyn, RiskIQ, Team Cymru & other organizations.

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.

NotPetya Cyberattack Costs: FedEx, Nivea Suffer Material Financial Damage

FedEx, Nivea, Maersk & other multinational corporations suffered material financial damage related to the NotPetya global ransomware attack on June 27.