March 2018

According to recent reporting, a suspected nation state hacker group with alleged ties to the Iranian government issued death threats to researchers that had detected their cyber espionage activity.  The researchers were checking a server that they believed to be associated with a specific data breach when they received the message “Stop!!! I Kill You […]

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Twitter has always been a great place to stay in touch with the latest cybersecurity trends. It is a great way to join professionals and even experts that normally you wouldn’t be able to reach out. You can follow them, read their posts and comments daily and why not even tagging them in your tweets […]

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  A cyber attack disrupted the recent opening Olympic Games ceremonies, which was confirmed by a spokesman for the Pyeongchang Organizing Committee.  The disruption took out Internet access and telecasts of non-critical machines, grounded broadcasters’ drones, shut down the Pyeongchang 2018 website, and prevented spectators from printing out reservations and attending the ceremony.   Per […]

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