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Day: January 26, 2018

Are You in Top 10 States Breakdown Projected Loses to Cybercriminals? – 2018 Stats

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Cybercriminals: Techrepublic.com expands an obvious fact that United States have and will continue to lose the most money to cybercriminals More densely populated States have higher estimated losses, and the WBE uses FBI cybercrime data and insurance statistics to predict. Breakdown Stats on State Projected Loses to Cybercriminals California snatched

Menace 2017 Ransomware Attacks may reached its peak – trending downward now

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Ransomware Attacks Stats: Today I came across this story from zdnet.com that showcases that ransomware attacks in 2017 were the year of ransomware, but it could be that the file-encrypting malware has already reached its peak as data have validated below Such attacks, WannaCry and Petya caused serious disruption last year,

14 flaws found in License Management System used in industrial control systems

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary License Management System Vulnerability: Today I came across this story from scmagazine.com that opens up little-known vulnerability in License Management System Used in Industrial Control Systems – Contains 14 Vulnerabilities May Enable Hackers to Control Systems and DoS Attacks. Some serious defects were found in the license management software used in

North Korean cyber arsenal used Lazarus APT hackers attacking financial institutions

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from securityaffairs.co recaps a revealing find that Trend Micro’s security experts have analyzed the tools that malware and the Lazarus APT team have used in recent attacks on financial institutions.Trend Micro’s security experts analyzed the attack on the financial institutions by the infamous

Chrome and Firefox Patch 53 Vulnerabilities and Added Security – mitigate Spectre’s side channel attack

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Firefox and Chrome Browser: Threatpost.com focuses a revealing waited for both updated patches on Mozilla and Google, Firefox and Chrome browsers this week and added important security patches, all while enhancing the privacy and security of their users. One noted Google patch is on the mitigations against speculative side-channel attack techniques. Google on Wednesday introduced

Dutch team infiltrated Cozy Bear hacker group, witnessing US election meddling: DNC and White house attacks

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Cozy Bear: A must-read story from nltimes.nl and  The Hill focused on things we don’t talk about but according to a groundbreaking report by NOSB and the Volkskrant newspaper, two intelligence agencies in the Netherlands have found plenty of evidence detailing how Russian-backed  Cozy Bear, hackers have infiltrated the Obama White House,