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KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s most popular integrated new school security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, is used by more than 9,500 organizations worldwide. Founded by data and IT security expert Stu Sjouwerman, KnowBe4 helps organizations address the human element of s ...
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Scumbag hackers lift $1m from children’s charity
The Register reported on some scumbag criminals that stole a million bucks from a charity. The editors got very upset with these criminals and freely spoke their mind. The resulting copy was highly entertaining (or shocking) but simply cannot be repeated in a public forum. All the expletives have been redacted (a new font we just discovered was just the ticket!)
Malicious Memes Trigger Malware Functions
Cybercriminals are using steganography to deliver commands to malware via malicious memes, according to researchers at Trend Micro. Steganography is the art of hiding messages inside images. In this case the images are ones that circulate as popular Internet memes. The memes install code that acts as a command-and-control service for malware which is already present on the targeted machine.
CrowdStrike: Compelling Stories From The Cyber Intrusion Casebook 2018
From the Front Lines of Incident Response, the CrowdStrike Services Cyber Intrusion Casebook 2018 offers some compelling stories how threat actors are continuously adopting new means to achieve their objectives. Drawn from real-life client engagements, the annual Casebook provides valuable insights into ever-evolving attacker tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs).
Mimecast: “Your Filters Are Missing 12 Percent Of The Unwanted Emails”
Mimecast said: "Is a false negative rate of 12% a large number or a small one? I suppose it depends on your perspective. If your email security system lets in 12 unwanted emails—whether spam, phishing, impersonations, emails containing malicious links or attachments—for every 100 unwanted emails that arrived at your organization’s doorstep, would you be okay with that?"
These Incredibly Realistic Fake Faces Show How AI Can Now Mess With Us
This starts to be more than a bit concerning. The faces in this post look like pretty normal humans. They could be social media shots. However, they were generated by a recent type of algorithm: generative adversarial network, or GAN.
New “Secured” Phishing Site Goes Up Every Two Minutes
SC Mag had an exclusive: Threat actors are "playing by the rules", or at least tricking your browser into thinking they are, in order to deliver more effective attacks.
Kanye West Tops Dashlane’s List of 2018’s “Worst Password Offenders”
  Dashlane today announced its third annual list of the “Worst Password Offenders.” The list highlights the high-profile individuals and organizations that had the most significant password-related blunders in 2018. “Passwords are the first line of defense against cyberattacks,” said Emmanuel Schalit, CEO of Dashlane. “Weak passwords, reused passwords, and poor organizational password management can easily put sensitive information as risk.&rdquo ...
WARNING: Your Head of Finance May Be 1 of 50,000 Execs Targeted in BEC Scams
According to a report from email security & protection vendor Agari, the cybercriminal group dubbed London Blue are directing their latest scams at very specific finance execs.
Ransomware Recovery Expert Scams Victims and Turns Out to be Nothing More than a Bitcoin Middleman
Organizations falling victim to ransomware look for any way to ensure they get their files back. One Belasurian businessman promises decryption but is merely conning victims out of more money. You’ve just become the next victim of a ransomware attack. Your company policy is to not pay the ransom. Backups don’t appear to be able to get it done. So, you search on the web for anyone that can decrypt files… and stumble upon “Dr. Shifro” – a Russian-ba ...
[Heads-up] New Email Extortion Scam Bomb Threat Demands Bitcoin
A new email extortion scam is making the rounds, threatening that someone has planted bombs within the recipient's building that will be detonated unless a hefty bitcoin ransom is paid by the end of the business day.
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