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Cybercrime: Conti Ransomware Retools After Backing Moscow
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report investigates the reboot of ransomware group Conti, which supports Russia's invasion of Ukraine. It also discusses why paying ransomware actors is a "business decision" and how to respond to the talent shortage in the financial sector.
The Ransomware Files, Episode 8: Travelex
Ransomware struck global currency exchange and remittance company Travelex on New Year's Eve 2019. Don Gibson, a security architect at Travelex, became publicly linked with the incident, and the undesired attention he received contributed to a health situation that nearly led to a tragic outcome.
Highlights of RSA Conference 2022
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report includes highlights and observations from RSA Conference 2022, including a key message from RSA CEO Rohit Ghai. It also discusses the value of automation and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's mission to grow cyber talent.
Elasticsearch Attack: The Problem of Unsecured Databases
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses how security researchers have warned of a new attack campaign targeting 1,200 cloud-based Elasticsearch databases. It also revisits the Kaseya supply chain attack and examines how we can mitigate mobile phone fraud.
The Ransomware Files, Bonus Ep. 1: REvil Is Foiled
If software has a dangerous security flaw, should its maker tell customers to shut it down until it’s fixed? It's a tough call, but Dutch company Hoppenbrouwers says the software vendor Kaseya should have done so last year to prevent a massive supply chain attack by the REvil ransomware gang.
FBI: 2021 Business Email Compromise Losses Hit $4.3 Billion
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses how the leader of a "transnational cybercrime syndicate" has been arrested in Nigeria, according to Interpol. It also shares updates on U.S. privacy laws and how we can improve collaboration as an industry.
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