Microsoft Azure’s virtual machines (VMs) have fallen victim to what cybersecurity experts consider to be one of the most sophisticated financially-motivated cyberattacks. The security breach has sent shockwaves through the cybersecurity community, raising serious questions about the security of cloud computing environments.
Phishing and ransomware incidents are increasingly grabbing headlines in today’s digital landscape. Here we are again with another cybersecurity update sharing the latest news on phishing, ransomware, and email security.
Stay up-to-date with this week’s bulletin featuring intriguing updates from across the globe, including insights into recent activities of threat actors and the latest advancements in the field of cybersecurity.
We take great pride in providing excellent transparency to our customers, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for trusting us. We are dedicated to providing our clients with the best level of protection from spam and other email risks because we recognize the critical nature of email security. We go above and above to deliver our services promptly and with care, and we are committed to making sure that our customers’ communications are uninterrupted.
UX design and email marketing are two sensitive topics in the world of online marketing. No matter what sort of business you run, a user-friendly design and effective email outreach are a necessity. However, it is not always easy to refine and perfect these elements of your business. This is even more so the case when you consider that the Internet is changing all of the time.
Microsoft has shared a detailed report of the SEABORGIUM threat actor that has been impersonating social connections to target individuals to steal credentials and eavesdrop on all communications and attachments. This article looks into SEABORGIUM, its attack tactics, theft patterns, and how you can protect against the SEABORGIUM campaign.
There are sophisticated smishing schemes threat actors have started leveraging these days; that is how Twilio described the successful smishing attack that targeted its employees on August 4, 2022. Read on to know how attackers targeted the programmable communication tools provider and stole employee credentials.
Cyberattacks are an everyday struggle, and to stay ahead of the latest attack vectors, we must be updated on the latest security loopholes and patches. To help you stay abreast of the latest cybersecurity happenings, here are this week’s major cyber news headlines:
Cybersecurity headlines this week cover some of the major global security updates. You cannot miss catching up on these, as your next major security move might be suggested in one of these updates. Here are this week’s major cybersecurity updates for your perusal:
In 193 AD, the royal guard killed the Roman emperor. Thenthe empire was auctioned off to one Didius Julianus in 193 AD. Julianus had paid somewhere around $1 billion in today’s money. Unfortunately, the guards had scammed Julianus by selling something that didn’t belong to them. Julianus was emperor for a few weeks before he was overthrown.(more…)
Gone are the days when only a password and anti-virus could protect systems from malicious actors. Newer and more sophisticated cyberattack vectors are being invented daily, so it is now important to consider ransomware protection, especially when it comes to protecting your organization’s information assets. Following the latest cybersecurity news headlines is also essential. Therefore, we bring you the major cyber news headlines from the past week:
In this fast-paced world where things change overnight, ensuring cybersecurity is a rather challenging task. While adversaries are constantly looking for avenues to exfiltrate data and compromise systems, our goal is to ensure the security of our information systems. The following cyber news headlines aid in this process of understanding cybersecurity better and protecting our systems:
The current situation of OT products has revealed a tough spot, highlighting 56 vulnerabilities. With over ten vendors, including the likes of Siemens, Emerson, Honeywell, and more, the latest vulnerabilities in various popular protocols and products have certainly provided a new perspective.
These days, cyber-attacks involve more than the obvious malicious link sent to you through a phishing email. You must remain alert, especially against cryptocurrency scams, as they continue to rise. Here are this week’s cyber headlines:
Technology conglomerate Cisco suffered a significant vulnerability. The latest Cisco vulnerability, discovered on June 6, 2022, allowed cybercriminals to crash the Cisco Secure Email appliances remotely via the usage of malicious email messages.
The Cisco high-profilevulnerability, the CVE-2022-20798, could allow cybercriminals to cut the affected device from management interfaces, rendering them unreachable and causing a DoS (Denial of Service). Let us look at the Cisco vulnerability that has caused a serious commotion.
Microsoft is an organization that provides services across the globe, with over 1.4 billion existing users. With many such users and a huge array of services being provided, there is a high chance of security issues. The zero-day vulnerability that cyber attackers nicknamed “DogWalk” has become an enormous concern for Microsoft as there is no official patch available for it yet, and the extent of compromise using the vulnerability is unclear. (more…)
Cyberattacks are a constant problem but can be tackled with the right cybersecurity measures. This week’s news headlines feature one such incident, reemphasizing the significance of being vigilant online.
Whilst anyone can access these websites, one should note that some domains are more ‘valuable’ than others. Domains that include relevant keywords are more likely to show at the top of search engine results, directing more traffic to those sites. For example, a Google search for “how to make a voicemail” may direct you to websites with the word ‘voicemail’ in the domain name.
There is a critical issue with Atlassian in the form of a remote execution code, a vulnerability that is impacting the Confluence Server and Data Center. The flaw, referred to as the CVE-2022-26134, was first discovered by Australia’s Volexity.