Microsoft customers will gain access to expanded cloud logging capabilities at no additional cost just days after lower-level customers were unable to detect a Chinese cyberattack. CISA has identified several security logs - critical to detect and prevent threat activity - that currently cost extra.
Microsoft estimates that each day threat actors attack 95 million Active Directory accounts. In the face of so many attacks, security teams should assume compromise and focus not just on securing Active Directory but also on recovery and resilience, said Semperis' Simon Hodgkinson.
Cyber crooks are performing server hijacking or proxyjacking to make money from the sale of their victims' compromised bandwidth on proxy networks, a new report by security firm Akamai finds. "The attacker doesn't just steal resources but also leverages the victim's unused bandwidth," it says.
The latest vulnerability in MOVEit's managed file transfer application could lead to escalated privileges and unauthorized access to customer environments. Progress Software said a SQL injection flaw could allow an unauthenticated attacker to gain unauthorized access to the MOVEit Transfer database.
The 2023 Data Breach Investigations report says that 83% of breaches involved external actors—with the majority being financially motivated.
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This week, the list of MOVEit victims grew and now includes the U.S. government. Also, CISA and its global peers crowned LockBit the world's top ransomware threat, North Korean hackers copied a popular South Korean web portal, and an impersonation campaign used SEO techniques to target top brands.
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Hacking group Asylum Ambuscade, which security researchers say aligns with Belarusian government interests, has an "unusual" twist: It appears to be mixing cybercrime - focused on banking and cryptocurrency customers - with cyberespionage, including attacks targeting Ukraine.
Criminals are continuing to wield stolen credentials, compromise attacks, ransomware and social engineering to earn an illicit payday, according to Verizon's latest annual analysis of data breaches and how they happened, which finds that post-ransomware cleanup costs are rising.
This week: Amazon settled privacy and cybersecurity investigations with the U.S. FTC, SAS received a $3 million extortion demand and apparently Ukrainian hacktivists penetrated Russia's Skolkovo Foundation. Plus, breaches at Onix Group and Toyota and a warning about Salesforce "ghost sites."
A community hospital and its clinics in rural Idaho are diverting ambulances and some patients to other facilities as the entities recover from a cyberattack discovered on Monday. The incident spotlights ongoing healthcare sector cyber challenges, especially in rural communities.
Online sports retailer Sports Warehouse has agreed overhaul its security program and pay a $300,000 fine to New York State after hackers stole 20 years' worth of payment card data and customer information the company was storing in plaintext on its e-commerce server.
Check fraud is back although, technically, it never went away. Today, cybercrime groups are openly hawking fraudulent check schemes on the Telegram messaging app. Check fraud is easier and more accessible, and it’s back in the headlines. Experts say banks need to adopt new solutions to curb losses.
Federal regulators are aiming to protect patient information shared on websites. It's increasingly important for healthcare sector entities to take a careful and proactive approach in how they are using website tracking and analytics technologies, said Lokker CEO and privacy expert Ian Cohen.
Britain's privacy watchdog has seen a surge in data breach reports from outsourcing giant Capita's customers tied to two incidents: a March hack attack by a ransomware group against Capita and one of the company's Amazon Web Service buckets being left unsecured for six years.