Dikutip dari databreachtoday.com | Akshaya Asokan | 5 November 2019
Radio Network, Consultancy Are Targeted
In two separate incidents on Monday, ransomware crippled the systems of a radio network and a major consulting firm in Spain, news portal Bitcoin.es reports.
Radio network ACadena SER and consultancy Everis, which offers outsourcing, were attacked during the early hours on Monday, acccording to Bitcoin.es. In both cases, employees were unable to access their files.
Dikutip dari theguardian.com | Josh Taylor | 8 Aug 2019
Cybersecurity firm FireEye says ‘aggressive’ APT41 group working for Beijing is also hacking video games to make money
A group of state-sponsored hackers in China
ran activities for personal gain at the same time as undertaking spying
operations for the Chinese government in 14 different countries, the
cybersecurity firm FireEye has said.
In a report released on Thursday, the company said the hacking group
APT41 was different to other China-based groups tracked by security
firms in that it used non-public malware typically reserved for
espionage to make money through attacks on video game companies.
Dikutip dari techcrunch.com | Joe Cheravitch | 22-07-2019
Targeting civilian infrastructure opens a dangerous new front in cyber hostilities
Cyber-confrontation between the U.S. and Russia is increasingly turning to critical civilian infrastructure, particularly power grids, judging from recent press reports. The typically furtive conflict went public last month, when The New York Times reported U.S. Cyber Command’s shift to a more offensive and aggressive approach in targeting Russia’s electric power grid.
Dikutip dari reuters.com | Reporting by Tsvetelia Tsolova; editing by John Stonestreet | July 18, 2019
SOFIA (Reuters) – A cybersecurity expert accused of involvement in hacking the personal data of millions of Bulgarian taxpayers was conditionally released on Wednesday after prosecutors downgraded charges against him.