Cyber-Security in 120 Secs:  Data Breaches & Third Party Vulnerabilities

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

  This week we have been seeing the aftershock related to the     Sabre  SynXis breach, a third-party platform that creates reservations for a large percentage of the hospitality industry; Verizon experienced a data breach that potentially affected 14 million customers, also related to a third-party.  

  

 

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Cybersecurity in 120 Secs: Cost of a Data Breach (NotPetya Domino Effect)

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product, Ransomware, WannaCry, NotPetya

This week we have been seeing the domino effect from cyber attack, NotPetya, some are questioning the differences/similarity between the WannaCry ransomware attack; there is now one case of decrypting a file related to NotPetya; companies like Reckitt Benckiser and Cadbury have felt the domino effect of a cyber-attack that raises a new degree

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs:  A Cyber Weapon Disguised as Ransomware

Weekly Security News, Windows, Malware, enSilo Corporate and Product, Ransomware, NotPetya

This week NotPetya ran a campaign that was intially thought to be ransomware shutting down computers worldwide; A researcher revealed that Microsoft's new Surface laptop can be interupted by ransomware; Anthem agrees to $115M in settlement fees for the 2015 data breach.

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Microsoft Patches Legacy Systems

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week we witnessed Microsoft pick up the ball to patch legacy systems against ESTEEMAUDIT; a fileless malware campaign is targeting U.S. restaurants; researchers discovered a new malware that could have a destructive effect on a power grid's infrastructure.

 

 

 

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Heard of Post-Infection Protection?

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week a report indicated cyber-attacks are up 200% with the top targeted industry being healthcare; Zusy malware is being paired with a spam campaign, enticing users to open attached PowerPoint file; it is very evident if an attacker has a target, they are most likely already in and 1/2 of data breaches are discovered  within 38 days .

 

 

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Data Breaches & Stealthy Patches

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week, the extent of Chipotle's data breach was brought to light;  Kmart's payment systems was affected by another data breach of credit/debit cards;  Microsoft patched a critical vulnerability without reporting the patch, as it automatically is patched with the latest  Microsoft   update .

 

 

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Preventing The Consequences

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week enSilo issued a free patch in preparation for cyber attackers exploiting ESTEEMAUDIT; WannaCry may have left the headlines, but it still lingers as criminals integrated it in tech-scams;  Subtitles are thoughtlessly downloaded for movies/T.V. shows and now cyber criminals are embedding malicious code within the subtitle files.

 

 

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs: Worldwide Infection.  TO BE CONTINUED...

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week we saw the impact of exploits that the ShadowBrokers released that assisted in the WCry/WannaCry Ransomware attack that was felt worldwide; ShadowBrokers advertise releasing more exploits from their toolbox;  DocuSign experienced a data breach. 

 

 

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs:  Hacking Presidential Elections

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week we saw the hacking records in an attempt to send a curve ball to the French presidential election; Microsoft patched a vulnerability that Google researchers calling it “the worst Windows vulnerability in recent memory”; cyberespionage campaign is active and the perpetrators are using readily available software tools.

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Cyber-Security in 120 Secs:  Intel's 9 Year Old Flaw

Weekly Security News, enSilo Corporate and Product

This week, Intel issued a security advisory on a 9-year old critical CPU vulnerability that can be patched with a system firmware update;  Texas based, Sabre Corporation is investigating a possible point-of-sale breach;  Hacking group, The Dark Overload (TDO) infiltrated, stole and exposed the first 10 episodes of "Orange is the Black", after
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